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ACMC-1AD1V     3-(4-hydroxy-3-methoxy- phenyl)prop-2-enal

Synonyms: AG-C-84217, AG-E-51477, KB-39062, CTK4E4769, CTK8F6023, ...
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Disease relevance of Coniferaldehyde


High impact information on Coniferaldehyde


Chemical compound and disease context of Coniferaldehyde


Biological context of Coniferaldehyde


Anatomical context of Coniferaldehyde


Associations of Coniferaldehyde with other chemical compounds


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