dibucaine


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dibucaine

[′dī·byə‚kān]
(organic chemistry)
C20H29O2N3 A local anesthetic used both as the base and the hydrochloride salt.
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The dibucaine number, which is a measure of the enzymatic activity of pseudocholinesterase, was 81 (Normal values are > 70).
The serum pseudocholinesterase level and serum dibucaine inhibition tests were performed at the Mayo Clinic Laboratory.
It is possible that the patient had a pseudocholinesterase enzyme variant, such as the fluoride -resistant or K type, which is unlikely to be detected utilizing a standard dibucaine inhibition test.
4] Nonstandard abbreviations: BChE, butyrylcholinesterase; DN, dibucaine number.
Parents should keep all medications containing dibucaine, as well as lidocaine, another anesthetic, out of the reach of children, he advised.
703] [right arrow] Gly), or dibucaine point mutation in exon 2, the most extensively studied.
The five BCHE mutations analyzed in the mutation screen were dibucaine (D70G; [Asp.
An exon 2 region that included the dibucaine (D70G) and sil-1 (G117FS) loci was amplified as a single 570-bp fragment with primers BC14 and BC3 (Table 2).
MEASUREMENT OF SERUM BCHE ACTIVITY, DIBUCAINE NUMBER AND FLUORIDE NUMBER
03 [micro]mol/L dibucaine and FN is the percent inhibition of activity caused by 4 [micro]mol/L sodium fluoride [15].