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Term:bis-(4-hydroxybenzyl)sulfide
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Definition:An organic sulfide that consists of two 4-hydroxybenzyl groups covalently bound to a central sulfur atom. It is isolated from Gastrodia elata and Pleuropterus ciliinervis and exhibits neoroprotective activity.
Synonyms:exact_synonym: 4,4'-(sulfanediyldimethanediyl)diphenol
 related_synonym: Formula=C14H14O2S;   InChI=1S/C14H14O2S/c15-13-5-1-11(2-6-13)9-17-10-12-3-7-14(16)8-4-12/h1-8,15-16H,9-10H2;   InChIKey=OEISQDWSEZCYNH-UHFFFAOYSA-N;   SMILES=Oc1ccc(CSCc2ccc(O)cc2)cc1
 xref: PMID:17381154 "Europe PMC";   PMID:17851433 "Europe PMC";   Reaxys:2459138 "Reaxys"


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