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Definition of the noun Diamide
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noun - plural: diamides
- [organic chemistry] Any compound having two amide groups
- [dated, organic chemistry] hydrazine
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TOXICOLOGY OF THE EYE (1993)
Effects on the Eyes and Visual System from Chemicals, Drugs, Metals and Minerals, Plants, Toxins and Venoms; also Systemic Side Effects from Eye Medications (4th Ed.) by W. Morton Grant, Joel S. Schuman
Diamide is a reagent utilized in biochemical investigations to ...
Intestinal Lipid Metabolism (2011)
by Charles M. Mansbach II, Patrick Tso, Arnis Kuksis
Experimentally, the NADPH supply rate in cells can be quantified using the diamideinduced GSH redox cycle model. Diamide is a thiol oxidant that preferentially reacts with cellular GSH to produce GSSG at a constant rate (Aw and Rhoads, ...
Oxygen Sensing (2003)
Responses and Adaption to Hypoxia by Sukhamay Lahiri, Gregg Semenza, Nanduri R. Prabhakar
Diamide is an agent that reacts with GSH (and other compounds having sulfhydryl groups) and oxidizes it to GSSG and thereby it would mimic a situation in which there is an increased production of ROS: it will cause a decrease in GSH /GSSG ...
by Paul Fuchs
Diamide is a reagent that affects spectrin by modifying its disulfide bonds. Indeed diamide treatment reduces the axial stiffness of OHCs up to threefold in a dose— dependent manner. A reduction of the axial stiffness is accompanied by an ...
by Haroun N. Shah, Saheer E. Gharbia
Diamide is an electrophilic azo-compound that reacts with protein thiolates leading to the formation of disulfides or S-thiolated proteins [69-71]. Catechol and hydroquinone-like compounds are auto-oxidized to toxic quinones. Quinones are ...
by Helmut Sies
Diamide is a specific oxidant for thiol groups: a 2-hr treatment with 2 mM diamide drastically decreased the GSH level in benefit of GSSG in human red ...
According to recent research from the United States, “Diamide is a membrane- permeable, thiol-oxidizing agent that rapidly and reversibly oxidizes glutathione to GSSG and promotes formation of protein-glutathione mixed disulfides.
by T.V. How
Diamide is a bifunctional SH-reagent which cross-links membrane SH-groups and thus decreases the membrane deformability. Indeed Fisher et al. have observed diamide treated cells in a rheoscope and found that, under equal applied ...
by E. Kenneth Weir, Joseph R. Hume, John T. Reeves
Diamide is a sulfhydryl oxidant which ...
by John M. Chalmers, Robert J. Meier
Low molar mass dicaproyl hexamethylene diamide is a fully crystalline compound; the chemiluminescence signal under isothermal conditions below the melting point (1361C) at 1301C is very low, but it becomes rather strong after the ...
by Yi-Wei Tang, Max Sussman, Dongyou Liu, Ian Poxton, Joseph Schwartzman
Diamide is an electrophilic azocompound that causes disulphide stress. (b) Quinones can react as electrophiles with the nucleophilic thiol group of Cys residues via thiol-S-alkylation leading to irreversible thiol-S-adduct formation. Quinones ...
by Simon Avery, Malcolm Stratford, Pieter van West
Diamide is a chemical that has the useful property of causing depletion of reduced glutathione, thereby sensitizing ...
Inorganic by Arthur Messinger Comey
Diamide,. n2H4. See. Hydrazine. Amidochromic. acid. Potassium amidochromate, KCrOaNH2. Sol. only in HaO. Sat. solution in H20 contains 13 % of ...
by Robert Alan Lewis
-N',o-trimethylenephosphoric acid ester diamide 2,5-bis(1- aziridinyl)-3-(2-hydroxy-1-methoxy ethyl)-6-methyl-p-benzoquinone carbamate ( ester). carboquone. bis(bisdimethylaminophosphonous]anhydride. Schradan.
by A. Townshend, D.T. Burns, Ryszard Lobinski, E.J. Newman, G Guilbault, Z. Marczenko, H. Onishi
Thioimidodicarbonic diamide, 9CI T-00163 2,4' Dilhiobiuret ...
by George A. Burdock
Description Carbamide; Carbamide resin; Carbonyl diamide; Carbonyldiamine; Isourea; Keratinamin; Pseudourea; Triple sulfa vaginal cream; Ultra mide; Urea ...
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
Cyclophosphan; Cyclophosphane; Cytophosphan; Cytoxan; Endoxan; Genoxal; N,N-bis-OTrimethylenephosphoric acid ester diamide: N.NBis(2- chloroethyl)-l\l',O-propylenephosphoric acid ester diamide; NSC 26271: Procytox; Sendoxan; ...
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