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24-methylpentacosanoic acid (CHEBI:84905)
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(2E,6E,10E)-geranylgeranic acid +  
(2E,6E,10E,14E)-omega-hydroxygeranylgeranic acid 
(2E,6Z,9Z,12Z,15Z,18Z,21Z)-tetracosaheptaenoic acid +  
(2S)-2-methylheptadecanoic acid 
(3R)-3,22-dihydroxytricosanoic acid +  
(3R,22R)-3,22-dihydroxytricosanoic acid +  
(5Z,9Z)-5,9-hexacosadienoic acid +  
(E)-11-methyldodec-2-enoic acid 
(R)-2-hydroxyhexacosanoic acid 
(R)-2-hydroxylignoceric acid +  
10-methyldodecanoic acid 
10-methyltetradecanoic acid 
10-methylundecanoic acid 
12-methyloctadecanoic acid +  
12-methylpentadecanoic acid 
12-methyltetradecanoic acid +  
13,16,19-Docosatrienoic acid 
13,16-docosadienoic acid 
13-methylpentadecanoic acid 
14-methylhexadecanoic acid 
14-methylpentadecanoic acid 
16-methylheptadecanoic acid 
16-methyloctadecanoic acid 
17-methyloctadecanoic acid 
18-methylicosanoic acid 
18-methylnonadecanoic acid 
2,6-dimethylheptanoic acid 
2-ethylhydracrylic acid 
2-hydroxyhexacosanoic acid +  
2-hydroxypentacosanoic acid 
2-methylbut-2-enoic acid +  
2-methylhexadecanoic acid +  
2-methyloctadecanoic acid 
2-n-Propyl-2-pentenoic acid 
2-n-Propyl-3-pentenoic acid 
2-n-Propyl-4-pentenoic acid  
2-Propyl-2,4-pentadienoic acid 
2-propyl-2-pentenoic acid 
20-methyldocosanoic acid 
20-methylhenicosanoic acid 
22-methyltetracosanoic acid 
22-methyltricosanoic acid 
24-methylhexacosanoic acid 
24-methylpentacosanoic acid 
A methyl-branched fatty acid that is pentacosanoic acid substituted by a methyl group at position 24.
26-hydroxyhexacosanoic acid 
26-methylheptacosanoic acid 
26-methyloctacosanoic acid 
26-oxohexacosanoic acid 
28-methylnonacosanoic acid 
28-methyltriacontanoic acid 
3-methylbut-2-enoic acid +  
3-methylglutaconic acid 
3-methylundecanoic acid +  
3-oxohexacosanoic acid +  
3-oxopristanic acid +  
4,8,12-trimethyltridecanoic acid 
4-aminovaleric acid betaine 
4-methylpent-3-enoic acid 
6,9,12,15,18,21-tetracosahexaynoic acid 
7-methyloctanoic acid +  
cerebronic acid +  
dimethylbutyric acid +  
docosa-13,16,19-trienoic acid 
farnesoic acid +   
geranic acid  
heptacosanoic acid +  
hexacosahexaenoic acid +  
hexacosanoic acid +  
hexacosapentaenoic acid +  
hexacosatetraenoic acid +  
hexacosenoic acid +  
isobutyric acid +   
isocaproic acid +   
isoheptadecanoic acid +  
isomyristic acid +  
isopentadecanoic acid +  
isotridecanoic acid 
isovaleric acid +   
leptomycin +   
methyl-branched fatty acid 11:0 
methyl-branched fatty acid 12:0 
methyl-branched fatty acid 14:0 
methyl-branched fatty acid 15:0 
methyl-branched fatty acid 16:0 
methyl-branched fatty acid 16:1(9Z) 
methyl-branched fatty acid 17:0 
methyl-branched fatty acid 18:0 
methyl-branched fatty acid 18:1 
methyl-branched fatty acid 18:2 
methyl-branched fatty acid 20:0 
methyl-branched fatty acid 20:1(11Z) 
methyl-branched fatty acid 21:0 
methyl-branched fatty acid 22:0 
methyl-branched fatty acid 22:1(13Z) 
methyl-branched fatty acid 23:0 
methylbutyric acid +   
mycocerosic acid 
Mycolipanolic acid (C27) 
omega-hydroxy-15-methylpalmitic acid 
omega-hydroxyphytanic acid 
omega-hydroxytetracosanoic acid 
pentacosanoic acid +  
phytanic acid +   
pivalic acid +   
pristanic acid +  
tetracosanoic acid +   
tetracosapentaenoic acid +  
tetracosatetraenoic acid +  
tetracosenoic acid +   
tricosanedioic acid 
tricosanoic acid +  
tricosenoic acid +  
tuberculostearic acid +  
ultra-long-chain fatty acid +  
valproic acid +   

Related Synonyms: Formula=C26H52O2 ;   InChI=1S/C26H52O2/c1-25(2)23-21-19-17-15-13-11-9-7-5-3-4-6-8-10-12-14-16-18-20-22-24-26(27)28/h25H,3-24H2,1-2H3,(H,27,28) ;   InChIKey=VGANCIUXOAKSHS-UHFFFAOYSA-N ;   Isocerotic acid ;   SMILES=CC(C)CCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCC(O)=O
Xrefs: LIPID_MAPS_instance:LMFA01020024 ;   Reaxys:1799680

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