"Nitrobenzenes" is a descriptor in the National Library of Medicine's controlled vocabulary thesaurus,
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BENZENE derivatives carrying nitro group substituents.
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Below are the most recent publications written about "Nitrobenzenes" by people in Profiles.
Harwood KR, Miller SC. Leveraging a small-molecule modification to enable the photoactivation of rho GTPases. Chembiochem. 2009 Dec 14; 10(18):2855-7.
Loscalzo J, Freedman J. Purification and characterization of human platelet glutathione-S-transferase. Blood. 1986 Jun; 67(6):1595-9.
Letvin NL, Rock KL, Nepom JT, Gramm CF, Benacerraf B. Antibody responses to trinitrophenyl (TNP)-L-glutamic acid60-L-alanine30-L-tyrosine10 (GAT) in microcultures: anti-hapten and anti-carrier responses appear to be under separable control. Cell Immunol. 1982 Jul 15; 71(1):89-98.
Finberg R, Burakoff SJ, Benacerraf B, Greene MI. The cytolytic T lymphocyte response to trinitrophenyl-modified syngeneic cells. II. Evidence for antigen-specific suppressor T cells. J Immunol. 1979 Sep; 123(3):1210-4.
Finberg R, Greene MI, Benacerraf B, Burakoff SJ. The cytolytic T lymphocyte response to trinitrophenyl-modified syngeneic cells. I. Evidence for antigen-specific helper T cells. J Immunol. 1979 Sep; 123(3):1205-9.
Campos-Neto A, Schlossman SF, Levine H, Yanovski A, Yaron A. Specificity and genetic restrictions of the guinea-pig immune response to dinitrophenyl-lysyl-alanyl octapeptides. Immunology. 1978 Nov; 35(5):763-9.