Azaserine

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Azaserine
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FormulaC5H7N3O4
Molar mass173.127 g/mol

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Overview

Azaserine is a carcinogen primarily used for researching pancreatic cancer in animal models. It is a glutamine analogue that inhibits glutamine phosphoribosyl amidotransferase, which is involved in the synthesis of purine nucleotides.




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