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a salt of thiocyanic acid

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The elaborated methodology makes it possible to determine various ions (including thiocyanate ion) in the samples containing complex matrix, such as meconium.
Spot urine samples were collected to measure the urinary thiocyanate levels by using the thiocyanate picrate kit method (Haque & Bradbury, 1999).
The most common isolation method is guanidinium thiocyanate followed by phenol-chloroform extraction that uses liquid nitrogen along with a specialized motorized grinding device which prevent RNA activity.
The cell walls of root endodermis and SC (Figure 3(e)) and of rhizome epidermal cuticle (Figure 3(f)) fluoresced bright orange, when root and stem transverse specimens were stained with berberine and KSCN; no crystals of berberine thiocyanate were observed in the aerenchyma of roots and rhizomes, though sometimes crystals could be found in ruptured root exodermis cells (Figure 3(e)).
Thereby, the respective reduction potentials of the one- and two-electron oxidation of thiocyanate at very low pH are 1.65 V and 0.82 V and promote the halogenation cycle [51].
Cyanide and thiocyanate, the same hazardous chemicals used by mining companies to get gold to leach out of rock, must be used to dissolve gold particles in soil water, the Live Science report said.
Folin-Ciocalteu reagent, sodium carbonate, gallic acid, rutin, aluminium chloride, sodium nitrate, sodium hydroxide, 2,2-diphenyl-1-picrylhydrazyl (DPPH), trichloroacetic acid, potassium ferricyanide, sodium acetate buffer, neocuproine, deoxyribose, EDTA, potassium phosphate buffer, hydrogen peroxide, ascorbic acid, TBA, 2,4,6 tripyridyl-s-triazine (TPTZ), ferric chloride, HCl, ammonium molybdate, sodium phosphate, sulfuric acid, ammonium thiocyanate, and all other chemicals used were of analytical grade.
Cyanide antidote kit additionally contains sodium thiosulfate which converts cyanomethemoglobin to the less toxic thiocyanate (1).
The thiocyanate degradation by fungi isolated from mining environments and evaluation of degradative capacity
Archaeal urease can act upon urea generating ammonia and thiocyanate. Ammonia and thiocyanate serves the purpose of cellular and neuroimmune endocrine regulation.
Tauricus) in smokers, Tillman Vollbrandt, Claus Peter Siegers, (2) Measurement of Thiocyanate and COHb in Human Blood as a Function of Smoke and (3) Evaluation of anti-corrosion property of DLC coatings for medical devices, University of Dundee.
This enzyme transfers a sulfur atom onto the cyanide radical to create the relatively nontoxic thiocyanate. Cancer cells have trouble doing this because they lack this enzyme.
The total antioxidant activity was determined by means of the ferric thiocyanate method which is the measurement of the inhibition of linoleic acid peroxidation and metal ion chelating.
Elevated whole blood cyanide and thiocyanate have been found in smokers [12].
The HCN content in cassava, after entering the animal, is converted to thiocyanate (SCN-), an antioxidant that stimulates immunity (Utarak, 2008).