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4-Dimethylaminobenzoic acid a substituted benzoic acid that acts as an inhibitor of ultraviolet mediated damage to skin. It is a biotransformation product of 2-ethylhexyl 4- (N,N-dimethylaminobenzo)benzoate(EDP), a widely used UV filters in sunscreen cosmetics and other cosmetic products.
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AJ Birch.; J Slobbe. Reduction by dissolving metals. XXII. Reduction and reductive alkylation of some Methoxy- and Dimethylamino-benzoic acids. Australian Journal of Chemistry. 1977, 30 (5), 1045 - 1049.