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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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Carbonylation at the level of [beta] subunit was observed in Escherichia coli after treatment with [H.
Bite Angle Effects of Diphosphines in Carbonylation Reactions (Piet W.
5-50 [micro]g/mL; 15 and 60 min) on plasma protein carbonylation induced by [H.
36), which focus on the role of GSTA4, suggest that the GSTA4 downregulation increases the protein carbonylation and alters the glucose and lipid metabolism.
In addition, skeletal muscle exhibits increased protein carbonylation (Dekeyser et al.
Impact of lipid content and composition on lipid oxidation and protein carbonylation in experimental fermented sausages.
25) Protein carbonylation is a type of protein oxidation that can be promoted by reactive oxygen species.
BP's is a world leader in the Acetic Acid marketplace and provides state of the art technological suites with the Cativa XLTM process based on methanol carbonylation and the SaaBre process based on syngas.
Proteome expression and carbonylation changes during Trypanosoma cruzi infection and Chagas disease in rats.
Yerba-mate extracts reduced the damage by DNA, lipid peroxidation and protein carbonylation in rats skin tissue induced by UVA and UVB radiation (Barg et al.
High concentrations of reactive oxygen species (ROS) can increase the risk of DNA damage, lipid peroxidation, and protein carbonylation reactions [5].
Cardiomyopathy, which is associated with significantly higher risk of VT/VF, is associated with oxidative stress and increased oxidation and carbonylation of proteins [24].
O'Brien, "Differences in glyoxal and methylglyoxal metabolism determine cellular susceptibility to protein carbonylation and cytotoxicity," Chemico-Biological Interactions, vol.
The new topical agent was the most effective product in reducing three molecular markers (cyclobutane pyrimidine dimers, protein carbonylation, and 8-oxo-7,8-dihydro-2'-deoxyguanosine) in human skin biopsies.