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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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Among the various preconcentration methods, solid-phase extraction with metal chelators has been proven to be an effective method due to the attained high recovery, rapid processing, reduced cost, technical simplicity, lower consumption for harmful organic solvents than liquid-liquid extraction, in addition to the feasibility to synthesize chelating resins for specific applications [14, 15]
In order to increase the effects of irrigants and chelators, particularly in the apical portion, laser systems have been used in recent years (7).
The amount of free chelators can be tailored according to the starting ratio of precursors.
Chelators are supposed to function best in a slightly basic environment and pH is an important factor influencing complex formation and stability.
Iron chelators with high antiproliferative activity up-regulate the expression of a growth inhibitory and metastasis suppressor gene: A link between iron metabolism and proliferation.
The chelators agents are able to capture ferrous ion beforferrozine.
The effects of zinc depletion in cells have been widely discussed in literature, and TPEN is one of the most functional chelators used in those studies.
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.
Iron chelators are drugs that bind to and help clear excessive iron from the body.
This toxic iron was the constituent bound and deactivated by chelators. 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 effects of strong synthetic chelators such as 1, 2 bis(2-aminophenoxy)ethane-N, N, N', N'-tetra-acetic acid acetoxymethyl ester (BAPTA-AM) have been compared with weak organic calcium chelators such as 2-aminophenol-N, N, 0-triacetic acid acetoxymethyl ester.
Our current study has coupled DTPA chelators to double coated magnetic nanoparticles (dMNPs).