iodonium

iodonium

[ī·ə′dōn·ē·əm]
(inorganic chemistry)
A halonium ion such as H2I+or R2I+, it may be open-chain or cyclic.
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A pioneer in the wide-ranging subject area of halogen organic chemistry, who did his major work in the 1940s, Sandin was known both for synthesizing chemicals used to treat cancer and also for creating some of the first stable bromonium and iodonium ions.
Studies on the inhibitory mechanism of iodonium compounds with special reference to neutrophil NADPH oxidase.
Hypoxia-inducible angiopoietin-2 expression is mimicked by iodonium compounds and occurs in the rat brain and skin in response to systemic hypoxia and tissue ischemia.
We then tried iodonium salts like hydroxytosyloxyiodobenzene and IBDA and obtained better results with the last one due to a better solubility in chloroform.
The molecular mechanism of anticancer effects of cisplatin involves activation of Akt/mTOR pathway regulated by NOX-generated ROS, and NOX inhibition by diphenyl iodonium was critical for cisplatin cytotoxicity [87].
In some studies, catalytic crosslinking of epoxy resins has been done using trialkyloxonium tetrafluoroborates (20), iodonium salts (21), and imidazoles catalysts (22-25).
Reactive oxygen species generation by human spermatozoa is induced by exogenous NADPH and inhibited by the flavoprotein inhibitors diphenylene iodonium and quinacrine.
Reactive oxygen species generated by human spermatozoa is induced by exogenous NADPH and inhibited by the flavoprotein inhibitors diphenylene iodonium and quinacrine.
The advantage of this product is its cure response to UV C radiation due to the incorporation of patented Iodonium Borate photoinitiator technology.
PQQ also counters the mitochondrial complex 1 inhibitor, diphenylene iodonium (DPI).
Using the frontal photopolymerization of acrylates in the presence of organic zirconate and iodonium salt, an axial gradient polyacrylate/nanozirconia hybrid rod was fabricated.