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MESITYLENE     1,3,5-trimethylbenzene

Synonyms: Fleet-X, HSDB 92, M7200_ALDRICH, AGN-PC-00JPNS, AGN-PC-00KS9X, ...
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Disease relevance of mesitylene


High impact information on mesitylene


Biological context of mesitylene

  • The biological indices of exposure for mesitylene have been proposed, taking the maximum allowable concentration (MAC) value in Poland (100 mg/m3) as the basis [7].
  • The animals were exposed in the inhalation chambers to mesitylene vapors at the following concentrations: 0 ppm--group MES0; 25 ppm (125 mg/m3)--group MES25; 100 ppm (500 mg/m3)--group MES100 and 250 ppm (1,250 mg/m3)--group MES250 for 4 weeks (6 h/day, 5 days/week) [8].

Anatomical context of mesitylene


Associations of mesitylene with other chemical compounds


Gene context of mesitylene


Analytical, diagnostic and therapeutic context of mesitylene


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