Escherichia coli K-12 substr. MG1655 Compound Class: an ester

an ester compound structure

Child Classes: a 3-(3-hydroxyalkanoyloxy)alkanoate (0), a carboxylic ester (0), a cholesterol ester (0), a glyceride (3), a lactone (5), a long-chain ester (0), a poly[(R)-3-hydroxyalkanoate] (0), a retinyl ester (0), a short-chain-alcohol—long-chain fatty acid ester (0), a steryl-ester (0), a thioester (66), a wax ester (0), an acetic ester (0), an ester of aromatic amino acids (0), an ester of hydrophobic-amino acids (0), an O-acyl-L-carnitine (0), poly-3-hydroxyoctanoate (0)

methyl pyruvate

SMILES: C([R1])(O[R2])=O


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