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Synonyms for heterocyclic

a compound containing a heterocyclic ring

containing a closed ring of atoms of which at least one is not a carbon atom

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We used the CHARRED Database (National Cancer Institute), an online database (NCI 2006) that contains data on heterocyclic amines and meat-derived mutagenicity (MDM), a marker for overall meat mutagen exposure, which was measured using the Ames Salmonella test (Ames et al.
Keywords: Carbon steel; Corrosion Inhibiters; Heterocyclic amine derivatives; Potentiostatic polarization; Weight loss
The classes, or families, have the same heterocyclic scaffold, the same mode of action, and a similar substitution pattern.
Hence, in continuation of earlier work [13-15], the present communication comprises the studies on novel mordent and disperse heterocyclic dyes based on 1-[(2butyl-2,3-dihydrobenzofuran-3-yl)]- 1-(4-hydroxyphenyl)methanone
Heterocyclic amines form in grilled, charbroiled, or fried meat in two essential steps.
Latest Developments in the Analysis of Heterocyclic Amines in Cooked Foods.
Heterocyclic Compounds (FCHC) devoted a special issue for honoring the
These heterocyclic amines (HCAs) are carcinogenic and are formed from the cooking of meats such as beef, pork and chicken.
According to researchers from the University of Porto, the beer or red wine marinade reduced levels of heterocyclic amines by up to 88 per cent.
Cooking food increases the levels of cancer-causing compounds called heterocyclic amines (HAs).
Fried and grilled meat have especially high levels of cancercausing compounds called heterocyclic amines (HAs), produced by the effect of hot temperatures on sugars and amino acids.
Fried and grilled meat have especially high levels of cancer-causing compounds called heterocyclic amines (HAs).
The compounds, heterocyclic amines, form when food is cooked at high temperatures.
Fried and grilled meat have especially high levels of cancer-causing compounds called heterocyclic amines (HAs), produced by the effect of hot temperatures on sugars and amino acids.
The company has entered into an agreement with Heterocorporation (Provo, UT) to publish the "Journal of Heterocyclic Chemistry" beginning with Vol.