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any compound containing the group -C=NOH

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Zhang, Synthesis, Crystal Structure and Biological Activites of Rotenone O-Alkyl Oximes, Chem.
Antidotes may be used; atropine provides relief of muscarinic and central nervous system symptoms, [8] and the clinical efficacy of oximes is contested as current evidence is insufficient.
Various oximes, including pralidoxime, obidoxime and Hi-6, are potent re-activators of organophosphate-induced cholinesterase inhibition in experimental conditions including in vitro as well as in vivo toxicity (6).
Only certain oximes work on specific nerve agents - hence the need to know exactly what was used.
To address the need for a safer and compliant testing method, a multistep synthesis was conducted with the reagents characterized by proton nuclear magnetic resonance (Hydrogen-1 NMR) and confirmed as an oxime producing a colorimetric response within the compliance range.
In 90s, ethyl cysteinate dimer (ECD) and d,l-cyclobutylpropylene amine oxime (d,l-CBPAO) were labelled with [sup.99m]Tc, and their labelling efficiency and stability were compared with [sup.99m]Tc-HMPAO.
Sentinel contains lufenuron plus milbemycin oxime, which is used for heartworm prevention and for the treatment of hookworms, roundworms, and whipworms.
Among numerous of ligands, especially Phenytoin and 6-(4-chlorophenyl) imidazo [2,1-b][1,3] thiazole-5-carbald-ehyde-(3,4-dichlorobenzyl) oxime (CITCO) have been reported as CAR agonists in primary hepatocytes (Peacock, 2005; Kublbeck et al., 2011).
NOX (([+ or -])-2,3-dihydro-5,7-dihydroxy-2-(4-hydroxyphenyl)-4H-1-benzopy-ran-4-one oxime) was resynthesized as described in the literature (Scheme 1) [30].
Classification of chemical weapons (15) Nerve Gases Blister Gases Pulmonary Blood Irritants Poisons Sarin (GB) Sulfur Mustard Phosgene (CG) Cyanogen (HD) Chloride Tabun (GA) Nitrogen Diphosgene (DP) Hydrogen Mustard Cyanide (HN-mustard gases) Soman (GD) Lewisite (L) Chlorine (CL) Methylphosphono- Phosgene oxime Chloropicrin thioic acid (VX) (CX) (PS) Nerve Gases Incapacitators Vomitive Agents Sarin (GB) Psychomimetics Adamsite (DM) (3- quinuclidinyl benzilate, LSD) Tabun (GA) Opioids and Diphenylcyanoarsine Benzodiazepines (DC) Soman (GD) Tear Gases Diphenylchloroarsine Chloroacetophenone (DA) (CN), orthochloroben- zylidenemalononitrile (CS), Methylphosphono- Dibenzo [B,F] [1,4] thioic acid (VX) Oxazepine) (CR)
All of these systems undergo condensation cure resulting in elimination of a volatile byproduct such as acetic acid, an oxime, or alcohol.
A previous diagnosis following coprological analyses in both cats had indicated an infection sustained by ascarids and the animals had been treated by practitioners with milbemycine oxime and praziquantel (2mg/kg bw and 5mg/kg bw, resp., PO, single administration).
converted to an oxime by derivatization with hydroxyammonium chloride
Iron and manganese concentrations were determined by phenanthroline spectrophotometry (China MEP, 2007a) and formaldehyde oxime spectrophotometry, respectively (China MEP, 2007b).