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dinitrobenzene sulfonic acid
(166 times)
(33 times)
MPO (26 times)
IBD (17 times)
DNFB (15 times)
1978 Inhibition of a primary DNA-synthesis response by trinitrobenzosulfonate (TNBS)-activated suppressor cells; characterization of the inhibitory cells.
2,4-dinitrobenzene based sulfonamides
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LOD (1 time)
PET (1 time)
TAB (1 time)
2018 Triarylboron Anchored Luminescent Probes: Selective Detection and Imaging of Thiophenols in the Intracellular Environment.
Di-n-butyl sulfate
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Chemistry Techniques, Analytical
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CI (1 time)
2000 Electrospray and chemical ionization mass spectrometry of di-n-butyl sulfate. Unimolecular chemistry of its protonated form and quantification method by liquid chromatography/electrospray ionization tandem mass spectrometry
(1 time)
Allergy and Immunology
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IBD (1 time)
IBS (1 time)
SICE (1 time)
2014 Effects in the use of a genetically engineered strain of Lactococcus lactis delivering in situ IL-10 as a therapy to treat low-grade colon inflammation.
DiNitroBenzene Sulfate
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Microbiological Phenomena
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DSS (1 time)
MAM (1 time)
2017 Microbial Anti-Inflammatory Molecule (MAM) from Faecalibacterium prausnitzii Shows a Protective Effect on DNBS and DSS-Induced Colitis Model in Mice through Inhibition of NF-kappaB Pathway.
dinitrosulfonate benzoate
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DRGs (1 time)
SGCs (1 time)
2010 Gap junctions in dorsal root ganglia: possible contribution to visceral pain.
dried neonatal blood spots
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EAL (1 time)
i-ALL (1 time)
KMT2A-r (1 time)
2016 Early-age Acute Leukemia: Revisiting Two Decades of the Brazilian Collaborative Study Group.