dihydroxy


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dihydroxy

[¦dī‚hī¦dräk·sē]
(chemistry)
A molecule containing two hydroxyl groups.
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Analytical and clinical validation of a radioimmunoassay for the measurement of 1,25 dihydroxy vitamin D.
Observations were recorded on root length, root weight, total phenols, ortho dihydroxy phenols, IAA oxidase, Chlorogenic acid, Ascorbic acid in roots and yield per plant.
Resorcinol and dihydroxy benzoic acids are among coal-processing wastes, their work shows.
Tallow dihydroxy ethyl betaine and sodium cocoamphoacetates have shown good viscosity building properties in our tests.
the University of Alabama at Birmingham and the National Research Council of Canada in Saskatoon, show that flavonoids in the hulls of millet, when broken down by bacteria in the gut, can be transformed into resorcinol; a functionally similar variant known as "substituted' resorcinol; dihydroxy benzoic acids; and yet another potent thyroid-function inhibitor, ferulic acid.
8,017,376, "Methods of Increasing Dihydroxy Acid Dehydratase Activity to Improve Production of Fuels, Chemicals, and Amino Acids" ("AFT Patent").
Glucuronic acid-conjugated dihydroxy fatty acids in the urine of patients with generalized peroxisomal disorders.
Honeyol[TM] contains dihydroxy benzenes (Table 1) with additional substitutions at the positions where directing groups would affect FA to react on, and with [Na.
Skeletal deformities, hyperosteoidosis and elevated 1,25 dihydroxy vitamin D levels in children from an area of endemic fluorosis (poster, abstract no.
Millable polyurethane elastomers are a specialty type of synthetic rubber made by reacting a dihydroxy polyether or polyester with chain extender and diisocyanate.
In the first step of the process a polyol, an excess of isocyanate, and a dihydroxy acid are heated to form a prepolymer.