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PubChem3718     1,2,4,5-tetrachlorobenzene

Synonyms: CCRIS 766, CHEMBL45428, SureCN348913, ACMC-209s62, CHEBI:36697, ...
 
 
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Disease relevance of NSC27003

 

High impact information on NSC27003

 

Chemical compound and disease context of NSC27003

 

Biological context of NSC27003

 

Anatomical context of NSC27003

 

Associations of NSC27003 with other chemical compounds

  • Residues of PeCB were detected in serum, feces, and adipose and muscle tissues for 120 days post-treatment; TeCB residues were detected in feces and serum at 1 and 8 days post-treatment and in adipose tissue at 30 days post-treatment [16].
 

Analytical, diagnostic and therapeutic context of NSC27003

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