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chemical research had identified one previously unknown family of different chemical
compounds: esters of phenyl-amino-propanediol. Epidemiological studies had already been
made on fatty acid anilides. In view of the existence of these new compounds, further
information on them was added for the development of other projects.
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Schurz HH, Hill RH, Posada de la Paz M, et al. Products of aniline and triglycerides in oil samples associated with the toxic oil syndrome. Chem Res Toxicol 1996;9(6):1001-6.
Schurz HH, Hill RH, Philen RM, et al. Analytical measurements of products of aniline and triglycerides in oil samples associated with the toxic oil syndrome. Arch Toxicol Suppl 1997;19:53-64.