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Definition of the noun adduct
What does adduct mean as a name of something?
- a compound formed by an addition reaction
Definition of the verb adduct
What does adduct mean as a doing word?
verb - inflections: adducted | adducting | adducts
- draw a limb towards the body
Alternative definition of the verb adduct
- [transitive, physiology] To draw towards a common center or a middle line.
Specialised definition of the verb adduct
Glossary of sports
to pull a leg or arm towards the central line of the body, or to pull a toe or finger towards the central line of a leg or arm (2006. Dictionary of Sport and Exercise Science. A&C Black Publishers Ltd)
- antonym: abduct
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by Matthew S. Platz, Robert A. Moss, Maitland Jones, Jr.
The big difference is that for simple carbenium ions the cation is a transient intermediate and the covalent adduct is the normally encountered form, while for carbonyl compounds the “carbenium ion” is the stable form (with a few exceptions) ...
Hydrolytic Enzymes (1988)
by K. Brocklehurst, A. Neuberger
Of course, the transition state itself possesses partially broken and/or formed covalent bonds, whereas the tetrahedral adduct is a true covalent intermediate, even if its lifetime is very short. A transition state analogue also forms a tetrahedral ...
More specifically, the cellulose reactive second adduct is a reaction product of a starting polyvinylamide with at least a dialdehyde, wherein the starting polyvinylamide is a polymer or copolymer formed from at least (meth)acrylamide, ...
The two proteins respond to differing cellular redox modulators, suggesting that the oxidized cysteine adduct is a disulfide bond(s) in Tat, but sulfenic acid in EBNAl,” wrote A.T. Washington and colleagues, Louisiana State University, Health ...
Lipid Analysis (2010)
Isolation, Separation, Identification and Lipidomic Analysis by W. W. Christie, X Han
A sodium adduct is the most common one to form since sodium ions are essentially present “everywhere”. Lithium ions should be added in the extraction procedure (Chapter 3) for the purpose of direct infusion or introduced into the matrix prior ...
Furthermore, the dG-CS-AAF adduct is a better substrate of NER than dG-CS-AF in all three NarI sequence contexts. The conformations of each of these adducts were investigated by Molecular dynamics (MD) simulation methods.
Advances in Photochemistry (2009)
by Douglas C. Neckers, David H. Volman, G?nther von B?nau
With cycloalkenes such as cyclopentane, isomerization cannot occur and the cis —anti—cis adduct is the main product of |2 + 2| photocycloaddition. 1. Intermolecular 12 + 2| Photocycloadditions. When stereogenic centers are present on ...
Organometallic Chemistry (2001)
by Royal Society of Chemistry, M. Green
Diels Alder adduct is the thermodynamic rather than the kinetic product.261 The relative electrophili- cities of free and [Fe(CO)3] complexed tropilium have been investigated using uncharged nucleophiles.
by CTI Reviews
An aldol adduct is a betahydroxy ketone or aldehyde, and is the product of aldol addition (as opposed to aldol condensation, which produces an α,βunsaturated carbonyl moiety). Typically, 'aldol' refers to 3hydroxybutanal. However, it may ...
Electron Spin Resonance (2007)
Volume 10B by M C R Symons
OH radical adduct is a very common artifact in any study using DMP0. In fact, it is a common impurity in 5: Spin Trapping Free Radical Metabolites 193 6 Oxygen- derived Radicals 6.1 Superoxide Anion Radicals 6.2 Hydroxyl Radical.
The Design and Manufacture of Medicines by Michael E. Aulton, Kevin M.G. Taylor
An adduct is a new chemical species formed by the direct combination of two molecular entities with no loss of atoms, in contrast to a chemical reaction. Active substances that contain primary or secondary amines (e.g. pramipexole and ...
by Steven Baskin, Harry Salem
The first adduct is the direct trapping of a carbamoyl monochloride radical. The second possibility is a scission at the nitrone as occurred with POBN and PBN. Similar to POBN and PBN, this scission in DMPO would yield a nitroxide with an ...
Foodborne Diseases (2007)
by Shabbir Simjee
The aflatoxin B1- N7-guanine adduct is a reliable urinary biomarker for detecting recent exposure, and laboratory studies have shown that carcinogenic potency is highly correlated with the extent of total DNA adducts formed in vivo (54,63).
by Nicholas E. Geacintov, Suse Broyde
PDE-N2-dG adduct is the major product of the tumorigenic (+)-anti-B[a]PDE metabolite and hence has been the subject of intense interest for many years [9–11]. The (–)-trans-anti-B[a]PDE-N2-dG stereoisomer, derived ...
Synthesized Chemicals and Psychoactive Plants by Donald G. Barceloux
This protein adduct is a nonspecific biologic effective dose marker of exposure to tobacco smoke.
Encyclopedia of Toxicology (2005)
by Bruce Anderson, Ann de Peyster, Shayne C. Gad, P.J. Bert Hakkinen, Michael Kamrin, Betty Locey, Harihara M. Mehendale, Carey Pope, Lee Shugart
quantitationof individual adducts and chemical characterizationofa specific adduct.This isbecause humans are exposed to complex mixtures of chemical carcinogens, and humanDNA will containmultiple DNAadducts induced by different ...
Spin trapping involves the addition of a diamagnetic molecule, usually a nitrone or nitroso compound, which reacts with a free radical to give a stable paramagnetic spin adduct that accumulates until it becomes observable by EPR ( eqn ).
Encyclopedia of Cancer (2011)
by Manfred Schwab
Methods to Measure Carcinogen-DNA Adducts Single methods currently in use for carcinogen-DNA adduct detection include radiolabeling, immunoassays, immunohistochemistry, 32P-postlabeling, fluorescence and phosphorescence ...
Black’s Medical Dictionary (2017)
by Harvey Marcovitch
Adduct. To move a limb or any other part towards the midline of the body. ( Opposite: ABDUCT.) Adenitis. Inflammation of a GLAND. AdenoA. prefix denoting relation to a GLAND or glands. Adenocarcinoma. A malignant growth of glandular ...
by Martin Alexander, Barry R. Bloom, David A. Hopwood, Roger Hull, Barbara H. Iglewski, Allen I. Laskin, Stephen G. Oliver, Moselio Schaechter, William C. Summers
The question about the role of formaldehyde in mode of action of formaldehyde– adduct biocides was not always clearly addressed. Studies with bacterial strains resistant to formaldehyde and formaldehyde–adduct biocides derived separately ...
The Encyclopedia of Aging (2006)
Fourth Edition, 2-Volume Set by Linda S. Noelker, PhD, Kenneth Rockwood, MD, FRCPC, Richard L. Sprott, Ph.D.
Fructoselysine O O FIGURE 1 Reaction of lysine with glucose to form the Amadori compound, fructoselysine, the primary glucose adduct on glycated proteins. Fructoselysine is oxidized to form AGEs, e.g. by oxidative cleavage to form ...
by Moselio Schaechter
Formaldehyde–adduct biocides with formaldehyde as active moiety in mode of actiona TABLE 11.7 Biocide mixtures used in metalworking and hydraulic fluidsa Hexahydro-1,3,5-tris(2-hydroxyethyl)-s-triazine Hexahydro-1,3 ...
Black's Medical Dictionary (2005)
by Bloomsbury Publishing
Adduct underlying disease process. The patient usually complains of appetite and weight loss, nausea, weakness and fatigue. The skin becomes pigmented due to the increased production of ACTH. Faintness, especially on standing, ...
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Adduct the leg across the mid line
sportEX dynamics 2011;27(Apr):9-10
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