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Synonyms for carbonyl

a compound containing metal combined with carbon monoxide

relating to or containing the carbonyl group

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Protein carbonyls are considered as markers of oxidative stress (1).
Mice that had the most trouble finding the platform had the highest level of carbonyls in the cerebral cortex, a part of the brain known to be useful in learning and remembering.
Although the data are preliminary, we found that patients with an elevation of three or four cancer-specific carbonyl compounds was predictive of lung cancer in 95% of patients with a pulmonary nodule or mass," Dr.
The first one in which only carbonyl group acts as proton acceptor in the soft segments, and the other in which both carbonyls and alcoxy group could act as proton acceptors in the soft segments.
Modeling the nucleophilic approach after Cram's rule shows that the carbonyl carbon on both esters was not equal in the cis conformation.
And the aromatic carbonyls form strong halogen bonds with halogens in the crystal to pack the molecules tightly.
If the number of chain scissions was proportional to the number of carbonyls, it would be ~ 14 X [10.
6) shows two carbonyl peaks at 170 and 173 ppm (carbons 11 and 10, respectively) as well as two resonances for the methylene groups of the ethyl esters (near 61 ppm), indicating each ester is different chemically.
Protein carbonyl concentrations in native plasma decreased 20% after CGJ supplementation, which was a significantly different response than that after alpha-tocopherol supplementation.
Topics include the analysis of alkanes and cycloalkanes, alkenes and alkynes, aromatic compounds, hydroxyl-containing compounds, water, amines and amides, carbonyls, carbohydrates, amino acids, peptides and proteins, synthetic polymers and rubbers, and a history of NIR applications.
Incense burning produces a great deal of particulate matter and releases many possible carcinogens including polyaromatic hydrocarbons, carbonyls, and benzene.
A similar pattern was observed for carbonyls formation as measured by anisidine values.
To accomplish these goals, IDEM and the city will conduct air monitoring to assess outdoor concentrations of metals, carbonyls and volatile organic hazardous air pollutants in the area.
In other reaction pathways, carbonyls and carboxylic acids promote peroxyhemiacetal and polymer formation.