sulfhydryl compound

sulfhydryl compound

[‚səlf′hī·drəl ′käm‚pau̇nd]
(chemistry)
A compound with a ‒SH group. Also known as a mercapto compound.
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Amifostine is a prodrug converted by alkaline phosphatase to the active sulfhydryl compound WR-1065.
5,5'-Dithiobis-2-nitrobenzoic acid (DTNB) is a disulfide compound, which is readily reduced by sulfhydryl compounds, forming a deep yellow-colored compound.
Glutathione prevents ethanol induced gastric mucosal damage and depletion of sulfhydryl compounds in humans.
MTZ, MPG and captopril are all sulfhydryl compounds.
Effects of sulfhydryl compounds on the accumulation, removal and cytotoxicity of inorganic mercury by primary cultures of rat renal cortical epithelial cells.
Extraction of sulfhydryl compounds was performed by dissolving an amount of garlic powder in distilled water and the extraction was assisted by using sonicator with operating frequency of 30 kHz (LabsonicM, Sortorius AG, Germany).
Szabo S, Trier JS, Frankel PW (1981) Sulfhydryl compounds may mediate gastric cytoprotection.
It is an essential part of SOD and protects vital biomolecules called sulfhydryl compounds from oxidizing and turning into free radicals.
153-158) Specifically, it has been shown that sulfhydryl compounds limit geatamicin-induced damage to outer hair cells in vitro and that in vivo gentamicin ototoxicity can be diminished with glutathione.
False-positive results for ketone with the drug mesna and other free sulfhydryl compounds.
It indicates that a concomitant increase in sulfhydryl compounds (Szabo et al.