glutaric acid


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glutaric acid

[glü′tar·ik ′as·əd]
(biochemistry)
C5H5O4 A water-soluble, crystalline acid that occurs in green sugarbeets and in water extracts of crude wool.
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In this study, various zinc glutarate derivatives were newly prepared by the reaction of zinc oxide with ten different glutaric acid derivatives.
Heterocycles Derived from the Condensation of Aliphatic Diamines with Succinic and Glutaric Acid Derivatives.
Morton began driving to Lancaster County from Philadelphia at least one day a week to measure the glutaric acid levels in the urine of infants and children.
An adult with a movement disorder and bilateral temporal arachnoid cysts by brain imaging was found to have very elevated glutaric acid, indicating the presence of the genetic disease glutaric aciduria type I.
The report came back showing the product had an arginine component and an alpha keto glutaric acid component.
This produces a greater loss of sensitivity for dicarboxylic acid, for which glutaric acid is an important member of this family.
This paper describes polyols whose backbones are based on glutaric acid.