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PENTANAL     pentanal

Synonyms: Valeral, Amylaldehyde, Pentaldehyde, Valeraldehyde, Pentanaldehyde, ...
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Disease relevance of pentanal

  • Soybean milk, which serves as a base for a variety of beverages, contains raffinose, stachyose, pentanal and n-hexanal; the former two may be responsible for flatulence after fermentation, whilst the latter two for a beany flavour [1].

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Anatomical context of pentanal


Associations of pentanal with other chemical compounds


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