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Chelator

Definition of the noun Chelator

What does Chelator mean as a name of something?

Chelator is a genus of Desmosomatidae, described by Hessler in 1970.

Alternative definition of the noun Chelator

noun

  1. [chemistry] A chelating agent

Phrases with Chelator

Phrases starting with the word Chelator:

  1. Chelator Stellae
  2. Chelator chelatus
  3. Chelator insignis
  4. Chelator striatus
  5. Chelator vulgaris
  6. Chelator verecundus

Phrase ending with the word Chelator:

  1. genus Chelator

Other phrases containing the word Chelator:

  1. Species Chelator Stellae
  2. species Chelator chelatus
  3. species Chelator insignis
  4. species Chelator striatus
  5. species Chelator vulgaris
  6. species Chelator verecundus

Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Chelator

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Google previewEquilibrium Concept in Analytical Chemistry (2009)

by Maurice Iwunze

A chelator is a ligand that can bind to metal with two or more atoms. Briefly, a chelator is a polydentate ligand. In our discussion of the formation constant, we will use EDTA as an example. When this specie is fully deprotonated, which is the ...

Google previewMagnetic Resonance Imaging (2006)

Methods and Biologic Applications by Pottumarthi V. Prasad

For ProHance, the chelator is a ringlike structure known as a macrocycle; whereas, for Magnevist, the chelator is an open configuration. Both chelators contain carboxylic acid arms. Gadolinium has an affinity for nitrogen and oxygen groups ...

Google previewInteraction of Amphiphilic Macromolecules with Globular Proteins

Removal of excess iron using a synthetic iron chelator is an attractive strategy to treat diseases like β- thalasemia ...

Google previewHandbook of Small Animal Imaging (2016)

Preclinical Imaging, Therapy, and Applications by George C. Kagadis, Nancy L. Ford, Dimitrios N. Karnabatidis, George K. Loudos

The chelator is a diamine dioxime with similarities to that in 99mTc-exametazime; see Figure ...

Google previewTreatment of Copper-CMP Waste Streams Containing Copper(II) ...

Chelator A chelator is an organic chemical that forms 47.

Google previewThe Best of Health (2003)

by Sheldon Zerden

A chelator is a substance that pulls minerals and metals out of the body. Since calcium deposits are a major constituent of the plaque, and a factor in the hardening of the arteries, its removal will improve this condition. A solution of vitamins, ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Movement Disorders (2010)

is a chelator of lead and zinc, and its effectiveness ...

Google previewConcise Dictionary of Modern Medicine (2010)

by Joseph Segen

chelator. A chemical–eg, EDTA that binds metal ions from solutions. See Chelation therapy–clinical toxicology ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Molecular Pharmacology

by Stefan Offermanns

Chelator. A molecule that binds iron through coordinating moieties (e.g., carboxylates or amines). They are used to inhibit iron-catalyzed free radical reactions or to treat iron overload conditions. Desferrioxamine and defer- iprone are two ...

Google previewDesk Encyclopedia of Microbiology (2010)

by Moselio Schaechter

the chelator produced by E. coli itself) (FepA), ferrichrome (chelator produced mostly by fungus) (FhuA), coprogen (FhuE), ferric citrate (FecA), dihydroxybenzoate–ferric complex (Fiu), ferric complexes of similar catecholate- type compounds ...

Google previewCRC Dictionary of Agricultural Sciences (2001)

by Robert Alan Lewis

Edetic acid is a powerful chelator of +2 and +3 cations. The sodium...

as a chelator of metals in inorganic chemistry; it is used in the treatment of heavy metal poisoning (e.g., lead poisoning, especially of livestock). and in calcinosis therapy.

Google previewEncyclopaedic Dictionary of Biology (2003)

by S. Choudhary

chelator (vb: chelate, chelation) : A chelator is an organic chemical that bonds with and removes free metal ions from solutions.

Google previewEncyclopedia of Microbiology (2009)

chelator produced by E. coli itself) (FepA), ferrichrome (chelator produced mostly by fungus) (FhuA), coprogen (FhuE), ferric citrate (FecA), dihydroxybenzoate–ferric complex (Fiu), ferric complexes of similar catecholate- type compounds (Cir) ...

Google previewHawley's Condensed Chemical Dictionary (2016)

by Michael D. Larrañaga, Richard J. Lewis, Sr., Robert A. Lewis

A powerful chelator of +2 and +3 cations. The sodium salt binds heavy metals most strongly and can form as many as six bonds. Properties: A colorless, flammable, crystalline substance, ammoniacal odor, slightly soluble in water, insoluble in ...

Google previewLewis' Dictionary of Toxicology (1998)

by Robert Alan Lewis

Edetic acid is a powerful chelator of +2 and +3 cations. The sodium salt binds heavy metals most strongly and can form as many as six bonds. It is used as a chelator of metals in inorganic chemistry; is administered by injection in the treatment ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Parasitology: A-M (2008)

by Heinz Mehlhorn, Horst Aspöck

Divalent cation chelators such as ethylenediamine tetraacetate (EDTA) or the calcium-specific chelator ethyleneglycol tetraacetate (EGTA) can abolish the synergistic action of heparin- ized rat blood with SHAM +glycerol. Transform may also ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Food and Health (2015)

The most common chelators include dimercaprol, DMSA, and Dimaval. D- Penicillamine was a chelator used previously, but is no longer recommended because of serious reactions involving the hematologic system ( thrombocytopenia, ...

Google previewPolymer Technology Dictionary (2012)

by A. Whelan

chelating agent A chelator, or metal deactivator, is an additive which will sequester, or lock up, unwanted metal ions.

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Scrabble value of C3H4E1L1A1T1O1R1

The value of this 8-letter word is 13 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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