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PROPANOLAMINE     3-aminopropan-1-ol

Synonyms: beta-Alaninol, AGN-PC-00KEEM, CHEMBL115530, NSC-7766, ACMC-1BV4Q, ...
 
 
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Chemical compound and disease context of PROPANOLAMINE

 

Biological context of PROPANOLAMINE

  • The 13C- and 31P-NMR spectra and DSC thermograms of unsonicated dispersions consisting of phospholipids of varying methylation stages of the propanolamine head group were investigated [8].
 

Gene context of PROPANOLAMINE

  • Those isomers with different configuration on the center of chirality in the propanolamine side chain showed statistically different PGP-inhibitory activity [9].

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