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Synonyms for chelate

a heterocyclic compound having a metal ion attached by coordinate bonds to at least two nonmetal ions

form a chelate, in chemistry

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relating to or characterized by chelation

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Recently, I came across another marketed "natural" chelator, a hybrid of several agents, joining the "choir" as yet another treatment allegedly superior to the rest.
Another important chelator, which is used in patients with severe emesis where oral administration of D penicillamine is not possible is BAL.
However, DMSA information as listed the Physician's Desk Reference recommends a 4 week "rest" period after the last dose of DMSA and before the initiation of any other chelator.
The iron chelator Dp44mT causes DNA damage and selective inhibition of topoisomerase IIalpha in breast cancer cells.
01) dose dependent ability to chelate copper ions with 0,43 [+ or -] 0,03 at 7mg/ml compared to the control and the rest extracts (CLE, EALE and MLE) which presented a high stable absorbance, but this capacity still low compared to the standard chelator which gave a very significant (p [less than or equal to] 0.
Results revealed that minimum values of all the attributes are obtained at 450 mg/kg of Cd level, while chelators treatments proved effective in relieving Cd stress of which OA had 10% more pronounced germination percentage than EDTA and 30% more as compared to control.
Chelators are classified according to their iron-binding capacities.
So cardiac injury in patients with transfusional iron overload was best prohibited by maintaining the small level of chelator in the blood circulation (Link et al.
The mobilization of NTBI by chelators from complexes in which NTBI is not available for the bleomycin reagent may explain this discrepancy.
The side effects or reasons leading to cessation of chelator therapy (deferasirox) or necessitating a change in initial therapy were studied.
Guardian Chelox L gives the makers of mayonnaise, dressings, margarine and spreads a flavor-based, value-adding, natural alternative to EDTA, which has long been the industry's traditional, synthetic chelator.
Our data show that treatment with the iron chelator deferiprone opposes several pathological events induced by a cholesterol-enriched diet.
Combined and alternative iron chelator drugs in treatment of thalassemia major.
Carnosine's possible biological activities include scavenger of reactive oxygen species (ROS) and reactive nitrogen species (RNS), chelator of zinc and copper ions, and antiglycating and anticross-linking activities.