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Definition of the noun Amanitin
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noun - plural: amanitins
- [biochemistry] A bicyclic oligopeptide that is an deadly amatoxin
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by David Van Vranken, Gregory Weiss
structurally,α- amanitin is a cyclic peptide with an unusual transannular tryptathionine crosslink.
Third, a subtle alkaloid, without smell or taste, is contained in some mushrooms, as, for instance, in the group of the Amanita;, and is called amanitin. No antidote has yet been discovered for this ...
The Missouri Dental Journal (1879)
by Homer Judd, Christopher W. Spalding, Henry Seymour Chase
Third, a subtle alkaloid, without smell or taste, is contained in some mushrooms, as, for instance, in the group of the amanitae, and is called amanitin. No antidote has yet been discovered for this ...
Chromatin, SF-1, and CtBP Structural and Post-translational Modifications Induced by ACTH/cAMP Accelerate CYP17 Transcription Rate (2008)
α- Amanitin is a cyclic peptide toxin from ...
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Third, a subtle alkaloid, without small or taste, is contained in some mushrooms, as, for instance, in the group of amanitae, and is called amanitin. N o antidote has yet been discovered for this ...
"Amanitin is a wonderful and dangerous alkaloid, which is absorbed in the intestinal canal. It is extremely violent. Three to five one-thousandths of a gram, or six one- hundredths of a grain, are very dangerous. More than that, the poisoning ...
by Pei-Show Juo
Alveolar Macrophage • Amanitin 68 Alveolar Macrophage Macrophages in the lung. Alveoli Plural of alveolus. Alveolitis Inflammation of the pulmonary alveoli, caused by inhalation of allergic substances. Alveolus A small saclike structure, e.g., ...
A Dictionary of Genetics (2013)
by Robert C. King, Pamela Mulligan, William Stansfield
Alpha— amanitin (see formula below] is an amatoxin most commonly used experimentally to inhibit transcrip— tion. See phallotoxins, RNA polymerase. amaurosis blindness occurring without an obvious lesion in the eye, as from a disease of ...
amanitin (ah-man'it-in). A poisonous alkaloid, identical with cholin, from fly agaric; also a poisonous glucosid from the various mushrooms. amanitotozin (am-an-it-o-toks'in). A poisonous principle or toxin ...
Dictionary of Toxicology (2014)
by Ernest Hodgson, Michael Roe
Amanita phalloides See: amanitin. amanitin. CAS number 11030-71-0 A drug derived from the highly poisonous fungus Amanita phalloides (death cap). Alpha- amanitin, a cyclic octapeptide, is toxic because of its affinity for RNA polymerase II ...
Encyclopedia of toxicology (2005)
Dib-L] by Philip Wexler, Bruce D. Anderson
As HDV RNA synthesis can be inhibited by α- amanitin, it most likely utilizes cellular RNA polymerase II. It is not clear how this enzyme is converted from a DNA-dependent enzyme to an RNA-templated enzyme.
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Scrabble value of A1M3A1N1I1T1I1N1
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