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catechol

[′kad·ə‚kȯl]
(organic chemistry)
One of a group of three isomeric dihydroxy benzenes in which the two hydroxyl groups are ortho to each other. Also known as catechin; pyrocatechol; pyrocatechuic acid.
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Then, the modified MMT was coated onto a surface using the reaming catechol moiety [15, 16].
A significant relationship of equilibrium can be identified between the 2 and 16 hydroxy catechol metabolites.
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In a mixture of catechol standards, DOPAL was resolved chromatographically from other catechols (Fig.
A ratio of 2:1 hexane: DEE was necessary to extract most of the catechols and syringols.
We assessed different types of neuroactive compounds: the choline derivative acethylcholine, the indolamine serotonin, and the catechols epinephrine, L-norephinephrine, dopamine, and L-DOPA.
The European scientists indicate that the catechols may be industrially isolated from the wash water by using acidification, enzymatic pectin degradation and absorption on sorbent resins.
The isolation and purification of the catechols will be touched upon.
The data show lower levels of the main carcinogens and toxins in both mainstream and sidestream smoke, including polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs), tobacco specific nitrosamines (TSNAs) and catechols.
monocytogenes obtains iron by using [ILLEGIBLE TEXT] exogenous siderophores of other microorganisms or natural catechols, such as dopamine and norepinephrine, in host tissues.
In the presence of dioxygen, the complex has been found by GC/MS to cleave the catechols to the corresponding muconic acids.
Anti-inflammatory effects of catechols in lipopolysaccharide-stimulated microglia cells: inhibition of microglial neurotoxicity.