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- n. A chemical allergen, 4-ethoxymethylene-2-phenyloxazol-5-one, used for immunological experiments, particularly for experiments on delayed type hypersensitivity.
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Some chemists were convinced the structure contained two five-membered rings connected by a single bond, known as a thiazolidine-oxazolone.
Researchers induced contact hypersensitivity reaction with oxazolone, a chemical allergen used for immunological experiments and found that bortezomib significantly inhibited the contact hypersensitivity responses.