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PubChem23344     4-chloro-N-methyl-aniline

Synonyms: SureCN228690, CCRIS 2889, AG-L-25146, ACMC-209rl1, ANW-40019, ...
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  • The differences in sensitivity of renal and hepatic AHH and PCNMA activities to the inhibitors may have been due to organ-specific differences in the affinities of the inhibitors for interaction with the active site(s) on cytochrome P-450 [8].


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