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CAS No. 33018-91-6
Monoethyl pimelate is a PROTAC linker that refers to the alkyl/ether composition. Monoethyl pimelate is applicable to the synthesis of (S,R,S)-AHPC-Me-C7 ester, a specific BCL-XL PROTAC degrader.
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|Description||Monoethyl pimelate is a PROTAC linker that refers to the alkyl/ether composition. Monoethyl pimelate is applicable to the synthesis of (S,R,S)-AHPC-Me-C7 ester, a specific BCL-XL PROTAC degrader.|
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