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This approach can prevent issues related to the handling of intermediate aldehydes, which are unsuitable substrates difficult to isolate, toxic, volatile, and show proclivity towards hydration, polymerization and oxidation.
Higher voltages produced hotter conditions and more of the toxic aldehydes, two of which are probable or suspected carcinogens.
A genetic defect in aldehyde dehydrogenase, causing upstream metabolites to increase (aldehydes)
Pellets from native spruce wood showed much lower aldehyde emissions compared to native pine wood and comparable terpene emissions.
Studies have been continuing in order to determine the activity of the aldehyde at lower concentrations.
Detection of aldehyde oxidase activities: The aldehyde oxidase activities were examined by zymograms (Seo et al.
Acetaldehyde constitutes around 90% of all the aldehydes found in wine.
13CM had the similarity with, respectively, aldehyde dehydrogenase (B0KJD3) and iron containing alcohol dehydrogenase (B0KJD2) of Pseudomonas putida GB-1.
Citation: "Mechanisms of Action of Human Aldehyde Dehydrogenase Bright Cells in Therapy of Cardiovascular Diseases: Expression Analysis of Angiogenic Factors and Aldehyde Dehydrogenase Isozymes;" Hannah Storrie White et al.
In order to better understand the conditions that may affect the antimicrobial activity of plant-derived phenolics, researchers at the University of Georgia determined the activity of cinnamic aldehyde when it is exposed to high temperatures.
In order to avoid this, we've found that bedbug nymphs release aldehyde pheromones that let the male know that they should look elsewhere," said Harraca.
This collection is free of formaldehyde, aldehyde and thio.
It uses a proprietary technology that isolates an enzyme known as aldehyde dehydrogenase, or ALDH, which it believes can target a number of diseases.