類縁物質の総量(%)

23:13 Oct 9, 2009
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Medical - Medical: Pharmaceuticals
Japanese term or phrase: 類縁物質の総量(%)
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4 +2Total amount of related substances (%)
Kara ph.D.
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FYR
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Total amount of related substances (%)


Explanation:
Total amount of related substances (%)

It seems pretty straightforward...

Kara ph.D.
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agree  gcpradhan1
4 hrs

agree  Tokyo_Moscow
11 hrs

neutral  Steven Smith: Analogue and 'related substance' seem to be synonymous but 'analogue' is the more commonly used term
16 hrs
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Reference: FYR

Reference information:
http://wwwsoc.nii.ac.jp/scs/pdf/24-2_081.pdf
analog
2 類似化合物,類似体(化学において,構造が他のものと似ている化合物.必ずしも異性体ではない(例えば,5-フルオロウラシルはチミンの類似化合物).しばしば酵素と結合させて酵素反応を阻害するために用いる(例えば,イソプロピルチオガラクトシドに対する乳糖)).
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