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Synonyms for acetylate

receive substitution of an acetyl group

introduce an acetyl group into (a chemical compound)

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In the first step, acetylated [beta]-CD (Ac-[beta]-CD) was synthesized according to acetylation reaction [15].
The present study also demonstrated that 21 d restraint stress decreased the levels of acetylated histone H3 at promoter IV of the BDNF gene and that this decrease was reversed by olanzapine administration.
BD interacts with acetylated lysine residues in histones acting as an epigenetic "reader" [76].
The obtained results of elemental analysis of acetylated potato starch by malic acid chloride are as follows: 44.47% of carbon has been found, 6.07% of hydrogen has been defined; 44.86% of carbon and 5.79% of hydrogen have been calculated.
Acetylated tapioca distarch adipate was prepared by acetylation and cross-linking reaction using tapioca starch as a raw material and a mixture of acetic anhydride and adipic acid as acetalation and cross-linking agent, respectively, and by a wet approach.
In another independent study, aimed at evaluating the levels of histone posttranslational modifications during the differentiation of ESCs, a global decrease in multiply acetylated histone H4 peptides was found [53], suggesting the relevance of this modification in the maintenance of stemness.
crude polysaccharide (PLCP) were acetylated using acetic anhydride as acetylation reagent, and bioactivities of the acetylated polysaccharides (Ac-PLCP) were investigated on dendritic cells model.
The previous observation that FA cannot react with acetylated sites on histones (Lu et al.
Most enzymes involved in intermediate metabolism have been shown to be acetylated, which include nearly all enzymes involved in glycolysis, glycogen metabolism, gluconeogenesis, the tricarboxylic acid cycle, fatty acid oxidation, the urea cycle and some enzymes involved in oxidative phosphorylation and amino acid metabolism [12,13].
Subsequently, a number of molecular studies revealed the presence of carnitine transporters in sperm, sertoli cells and epididymal epithelium and their importance in maintenance of male fertility.12-15 During the epididymal transit spermatozoa takes up free L-carnitine by passive diffusion and accumulates free as well as acetylated form.7
Taken together, these data suggest that GD2 is differentially acetylated in normal and tumor tissue and that normal tissues expressing GD2 may not express O-acetyl-GD2.
The acetylated Akt levels were also explored through immunoprecipitation and Western blot.
To determine the levels of acetylated-PGC1[alpha], the liver nuclear extract from each group was initially immuno-precipitated with anti-PGC1[alpha] followed by immunoblotting with acetylated lysine antibody.