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PubChem2563     3,4-dichloroaniline

Synonyms: NSC-247, AGN-PC-00KE7Y, NSC247, SureCN203854, CCRIS 2395, ...
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  • However, control group FT50 values were determined on each occasion the bioassay was performed, indicating that a substantial reduction in gammarid feeding activity had occurred in the majority of the 3,4-DCA treatment groups [11].


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