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Chemical Turpentine

Name Turpentine
Equivalent Terms Oil Turpentine | Turpentine, Oil
CAS Registry Number 8006-64-2
Definition The concrete oleoresin obtained from PINACEAE such as longleaf pine (Pinus palustris). It contains a volatile oil, to which its properties are due, and to which form it is generally used. Turpentine is used as a solvent and an experimental irritant in biomedical research.
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MeSH® ID D014425
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1. ChemicalsLipids Has associated genes Has associated diseases Has associated phenotype references Has associated exposure references Oils Has associated genes Has associated diseases Has associated phenotype references Has associated exposure references Oils, Volatile Has associated genes Has associated diseases Has associated phenotype references Turpentine Has associated genes Has associated diseases Has associated phenotype references
2. ChemicalsComplex Mixtures Has associated genes Has associated diseases Has associated phenotype references Has associated exposure references Biological Products Has associated genes Has associated diseases Has associated phenotype references Has associated exposure references Plant Exudates Has associated genes Has associated diseases Has associated phenotype references Has associated exposure references Resins, Plant Has associated genes Has associated diseases Has associated phenotype references Has associated exposure references Turpentine Has associated genes Has associated diseases Has associated phenotype references

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Turpentine Has associated genes Has associated diseases Has associated phenotype references
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