N-Acetyltryptamine is an acetyl derivative of a biogenic acid commonly found in many microbial fermentations. N-Acetyltryptamine exhibits weak activity in a diverse range of bioassays and is thus an important standard for analytical and bioassay dereplication of crude microbial extracts.
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