N-Nitrosoethylmethylamine (CAS No: 10595-95-6) is a derivative of N-nitrosamine compounds that is carcinogenic primarily for the liver and its beta-trideuterated derivative, produces a high incidence of tumors in the esophagus, is of particular interest in mechanistic studies on the organ specificity of nitrosamines.
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