289 a.k.a. Kinnell is a publisher.
"289" a.k.a. "Chaga" is an award-nominated book by Ian McDonald, published on November 1st, 1995 (18 years ago).
- also known as "Evolution's Shore", Evolution's Shore
- genre: Speculative fiction
- copyright: 1995
- award: 1996 - Locus Award for Best Science Fiction Novel nomination for Ian McDonald
- 289 a.k.a. Pyrocatechol: Guaiacol may be obtained directly from beechwood tar, from pyrocatechin by methylation with potash and potassium methyl sulphate at 180, or from anisole by nitration, reduction of the ortho-nitroanisol to amino-anisol, which is then diazotized and boiled with water. It melts at 28 and boils at 250. It is employed in medicine as an expectorant. The dimethyl ether or veratrol is also used in medicine. Many other pyrocatechin derivatives have been suggested for therapeutic application. Guaiacol carbonate is known as duotal, the phosphate as phosphatol, the phosphite as guaiaco-phosphal; phosphotal is a mixture of the phosphites of creosote phenols. The valerianic ester of guaiacol is known as geosote, the henzoic as benzosol, the salicylic as guaiacolsalol, while the glycerin ether appears as guaiamar. Pyrocatechol, often known as catechol or benzene-1,2-diol, older name pyrocatechin, is a benzenediol, with formula C6H42, first prepared in 1839 by H. Reinsch by distilling catechin; it occurs free in kino and in beechwood tar; its sulfonic acid is present in the urine of the horse and man.
- also known as Catechol, Oxyphenate, Fouramine PCH, Phthalic alcohol, Oxyphenic acid, Pelagol Grey C, Pyrocatechin, Phthalhydroquinone, Pyrocatechine, Durafur Developer C
- 289 a.k.a. Maverick - Season 5 is a tv season.
- 289 a.k.a. Brak Presents the Brak Show Starring Brak is a TV program, begun in February 2000 (13 years ago).
- 289 a.k.a. Other diseases of blood and blood-forming organs is an icd-9-cm classification.
- 289 a.k.a. anophthalmos 1 (with mental retardation, without limb anomalies or dental or urogenital abnormalities) is a gene.
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Residue 289 is an isoleucine in CYP2C19
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