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Synonyms for carbonic

relating to or consisting of or yielding carbon

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Epstein RJ, Allen RC, Lunde MW Organic impotence associated with carbonic anhydrase inhibitor therapy for glaucoma.
The sorption of proteins such as insulin, aprotinin, [alpha]-lactalbumin, ribonuclease, myoglobin, carbonic anhydrase, peroxidase, and enolase was largely unaffected by the sorbent when the mobile phase organic solvent used was acetonitrile.
This study, according to Lukaski, suggests that dampened carbonic anhydrase activity may explain these effects.
Transmembrane carbonic anhydrase isozymes IX and XII in the female mouse reproductive organs.
14) Other combination medications are available in a single bottle, such as Cosopt, which contains the beta-blocker timolol and a carbonic anhydrase inhibitor (dorzolamide).
carbonic anhydrase inhibitors (Diamox 500 mg followed by oral acetazolamide 250 mg 4 times daily.
Carbonic anhydrase IX and pathological features as predictors of outcome in patients with metastatic clear cell renal cell carcinoma receiving vascular endothelial growth factor-targeted therapy.
Carbonic anhydrase IX is an independent predictor of survival in advanced renal clear cell carcinoma: implications for prognosis and therapy.
Carbonic anhydrase pumps are important endothelial pumps regulating fluid movement.
A potential tumor marker for RCC is a screen for serum carbonic anhydrase IX (CAIX).
They cover carbonic anhydrase inhibitors and activators, matrix metalloproteinase inhibitors, bacterial zinc protease inhibitors, and other enzymes containing zinc.
Acetazolamide is an inhibitor of carbonic anhydrase and thus promotes an alkaline diuresis (2).
By adding normal carbonic anhydrase genes designed to work only in guard cells, they were able to restore the CO2-triggered pore-tightening response in mutant plants.
16 Science that tasting fizz begins with the enzyme carbonic anhydrase 4.
A team headed by Charles Zuker, a neuroscientist at Columbia University, found that a class of taste-receptor cells in the tongue respond to carbon dioxide, the gas that gives drinks their fizz, and identified an enzyme called carbonic anhydrase 4 in CO perception.