acetoacetic acid

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unstable acid found in abnormal amounts in the blood and urine in some cases of impaired metabolism (as diabetes mellitus or starvation)

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For acetoacetate, the interference was positive for 1 enzymatic procedure, negative for 1, and absent for the other 2.
The shellac acetoacetate ester (20 g) was dissolved in MEK (40 g).
One study of 116 dogs found that measurement of beta-hydroxybutyrate and urine acetoacetate measurements were both able to segregate dogs into the categories of diabetic ketoacidosis, diabetic ketosis, and normal.
Since the traditional route to these compounds involves the use of the active methylene compound ethyl acetoacetate, our initial efforts have focused on the development of a polymer-supported version of this reagent.
King will feature application and technical information on the company's latest high performance additives, including: new K-KAT[R] XK-602 powder catalyst for uretdione crosslinked powder coatings, new K-KAT[R] XC-604 mercury replacement catalyst for cast elastomers, and K-FLEX[R] XM-B301, an acetoacetate functional resin modifier.
On day 50, serum concentrations of the ketone bodies were as follows: serum [beta]-hydroxybutyrate 974 [micro]mol/L; acetoacetate 408 [micro]mol/L.
Several dilithiated beta-ketoesters, such as ethyl acetoacetate, and beta-diketones, such as 1-benzoylacetone, were condensed with polylithiated methyl 2-(aminoulfonyl)-benzoate to give C-acylated intermediates that were not isolated but cyclized directly to the 3-substiuted 1,2-benzisothiazole 1,1-dioxides.
Using an isolated, perfused rat-heart model, Russell and Taegtmeyer (47) showed that the beating heart loses contractile function (more than 50% loss of function in 60 minutes) when oxidizing acetoacetate alone.
Other explanations for the gonadal suppression associated with alcohol involve the metabolism of alcohol to acetoacetate, a highly toxic compound, and other toxic agents that are formed from acetoacetate, such as salsolinol (Stumble et al.
com/research/w82wqb/global_methyl) has announced the addition of the "Global Methyl Acetoacetate Industry Report 2014" report to their offering.
Monensin treatment in lactating dairy cattle reduced the blood concentrations of [beta]-Hydroxybutyrate (BHBA), acetoacetate, and non-esterifed fatty acid (NEFA).
Ethyl acetoacetate, methyl acetoacetate, dimethyl acetoacetamide, monomethyl aceto-acetamide, and acetoacetanilide are low-color copromoters for room-temperature cure of unsaturated polyesters.
The filtrate was extracted by petroleum ether, nether, acetoacetate and n-butanol in turns.
DMI and plasma NEFA are conversely correlated and accretion of TAG in liver resulted to hepatocyts disfunction acetyle-coA conveted to acetoacetate and beta hydroxyl butyrate.
Also disclosed is a method for producing the acetoacetyl polymer, wherein the method is characterised by comprising the following steps: ammonolysing an acetoacetatc via ester ammonolysis reaction using an ami no-containing polysiloxane, and/or esterifyinga hydroxyalkyl-containing polysiloxane via transesterification reaction using an acetoacetate.