3-Fluoropyridine-2-carboxylic acid (also named as 3-Fluoropicolinic acid) is a fluorinated building block for the synthesis of various pharmaceuticals substances, such as specific carboxamides as KCNQ2/3 modulators, proteasome inhibitors, ghrelin receptor antagonists, etc..
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