arylamine


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arylamine

[′ar·əl·ə‚mēn]
(organic chemistry)
An organic compound formed from an aromatic hydrocarbon that has at least one amine group joined to it, such as aniline.
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Sulfa-containing antibiotics contain a five- or six-member nitrogen-containing ring attached to the N1 nitrogen of the sulfonamide group and an arylamine group (H N) at the N4 position of the sulfonamide group (Pharmacotherapy 2004;24:856-70).
Inhibitory actions of ellagic acid on growth and arylamine N-acetyltransferase activity in strains of Helicobacter pylori from peptic ulcer patients.
The molecular design flexibility of polybenzoxazines has been demonstrated such as in a synthesis of a series of benzoxazine resins with varied arylamine groups [6].
Molecular analysis of the arylamine N-acetyltransferase polymorphism in a Spanish population.
These results have been supported by other investigators, (11,13) who also suggest that "women may have a higher propensity for arylamine activation compared with men.
Cabot Corporation has obtained a patent for a modified pigment preparation that is comprised of a pigment having attached a group comprising the formula -X-Sp-S-[PI], wherein X is an arylene, heteroarylene, or alkylene group, Sp is a spacer group, and PI represents a polymeric group comprising at least one ionic or ionizable group comprising the reaction product of a polymer having at least one anhydride, at least one activated carboxylic acid, or at least one carboxylic acid or salt thereof and an alkylamine, arylamine, or alcohol.
Hemolytic anemia, the uncompensated loss of red blood cells from the circulation, has been recognized as a side effect of arylamine drugs and other environmental chemicals.
NATs, or arylamine N-acetyltransferases, are metabolic enzymes known to play a major role in the biotransformation of exogenous chemicals including AAs, many of which are known or suspected human carcinogens.
Possible involment of arylamine N-acetyl transferase 2, glutathione- S-transferases M1 and T1 genes in the development of endometriosis.
2004), and inhibits human bladder tumor cells by suppression of arylamine N-acetyltransferase (NAT) activity (Chung et al.
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