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Term:all-trans-retinol-R
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Definition:a retinoid molecule in which all four exocyclic double bonds have (E)-trans geometry, and where R can be H or a fatty acyl chain.
Synonyms:related_synonym: Formula=C20H29OR;   SMILES=C\\C(=C/CO[*])\\C=C\\C=C(/C)\\C=C\\C1=C(C)CCCC1(C)C;   all-trans-retinol derivative


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  CHEBI ontology 19728
    chemical entity 19726
      atom 19724
        nonmetal atom 19597
          carbon atom 19494
            organic molecular entity 19494
              isoprenoid 9326
                terpenoid 9321
                  diterpenoid 8257
                    retinoid 7817
                      all-trans-retinol-R 0
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  CHEBI ontology 19728
    subatomic particle 19724
      composite particle 19724
        hadron 19724
          baryon 19724
            nucleon 19724
              atomic nucleus 19724
                atom 19724
                  main group element atom 19610
                    main group molecular entity 19610
                      s-block molecular entity 19378
                        hydrogen molecular entity 19367
                          hydrides 18278
                            organic hydride 17545
                              organic fundamental parent 17545
                                hydrocarbon 16957
                                  terpene 9326
                                    diterpene 8257
                                      diterpenoid 8257
                                        retinoid 7817
                                          all-trans-retinol-R 0
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