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Diisopropylfluorophosphate; dyflos; abbr.: DIPF or DFP; an inhibitor of cholinesterase and other serine proteases. It phosphorylates the serine in the enzyme's active site, causing long‐lasting inhibition. Recovery of enzymic activity requires de novo enzyme synthesis.


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