butyl nitrite

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a colorless pungent liquid sometimes used as a stimulant drug by drug abusers

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Changes in brain serotanin and 5-hydroxyindalacetic acid levels induced by 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic butyl ester.
The mean (SD) retention times of the butyl ester derivatives of L-arginine, ADMA, and SDMA, respectively, were 1.
Formamidene butyl esters of amino acids afford more stable ions than the corresponding butyl esters during electrospray ionization-MS/MS analysis (6).
The method is based on chromatographic separation of MMA from SA and selective fragmentation of MMA butyl ester.
The semiautomated preparation of butyl ester derivatives of acylcarnitines and amino acids from blood spots consisted of a simple solvent extraction and derivatization procedure that takes ~2.
Relevant AC butyl esters were extracted and derivatized from 1/3 inch dried blood samples and were analyzed using a protocol described by Schulze et al.
Propyl and butyl esters were obtained only under acid catalysis.
We report the validation of a high-throughput method for the analysis of acylcarnitine butyl esters in infants with these disorders and include the results from a prospective study of the occurrence of PA and MMA in nearly 1 million newborns screened using MS/MS.