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SureCN203149     (4-hydroxyphenyl) ethanoate

Synonyms: AG-F-08010, BSPBio_003001, KBioGR_002039, KBioSS_000634, CHEBI:31128, ...
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Disease relevance of hydroquinone monoacetate


High impact information on hydroquinone monoacetate


Chemical compound and disease context of hydroquinone monoacetate


Biological context of hydroquinone monoacetate


Anatomical context of hydroquinone monoacetate


Gene context of hydroquinone monoacetate

  • These include benzylsuccinate synthase (Bss), 4-hydroxyphenylacetate decarboxylase (Hpd) and the coenzyme B12-independent glycerol dehydratase (Gdh) [14].

Analytical, diagnostic and therapeutic context of hydroquinone monoacetate


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