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Page move[edit]

(fron WP:RM)


  • Eicosane is where this page was originally, before someone moved it to Icosane last march. I did a google search for both terms. Icosane came up with 378 results, Eicosane came up with 6780 results. Eicosane is also what it should be if IUPAC nomenclature is followed. SECProto 19:37, 1 Dec 2004 (UTC)
  • Good call. I note that the article's two external links use "eicosane", and that one is currently broken because of the use of "ICOSANE" instead of "EICOSANE" in the URL... —Tkinias 06:31, 2 Dec 2004 (UTC)

I moved it back as IUPAC naming changed. 4 T C 13:50, 20 February 2010 (UTC) I[reply]

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A Biomarker for Parkinson's disease[edit]

I don't feel qualified to post the details of this but this compound has been identified as a biomarker (along with hippuric acid and octadecanal) in the sebum of people suffering from Parkinson's disease which may lead to a predictive test which could be used before symptoms manifest themselves. [1] [2]

I shall post similar talk topics in the three other relevant articles.

Stan staveley (talk) 14:38, 24 March 2019 (UTC)stan_staveley[reply]

[1] [2]