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sulfonyl

[′səl·fə‚nil]
(chemistry)
Also known as sulfuryl.
A compound containing the radical ‒SO2‒.
A prefix denoting the presence of a sulfone group.
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spectra the polaronic moieties are isolated inside the contracted chains of PSDA because of self-doping interaction between pendant sulfonyl group and positive charges on the nitrogen atoms while an ordered polaron lattice exists on the more extended chains of p-PSDA.
Current diabetes treatment strategies include: reducing insulin resistance using glitazones, (3) supplementing insulin supplies with exogenous insulin, (4) increasing insulin secretion with sulfonyl ureas, (5) and reducing hepatic glucose production with biguanides.
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He did the original studies on the sulfonyl urea herbicides and on Qualicon[R], a business of analyzers for pathogen screening in food, cosmetics and pharmaceuticals.
ABSENCE OF AUTOACCELERATION IN AROMATIC SULFONYL AZIDES AS FREE-RADICAL INITIATORS FOR PHOTOPOLYMERIZATION
Since the sulfonyl group can be easily removed, the sequence described by the Chong group represents a useful preparation of chiral alpha-amino ketones.
Abbreviations used: BPB, bromophenol blue; CBB, Coomassie brilliant blue; CHAPS, 3-[(3-Cholamidopropyl) dimethylammonio]-1-propanesulfonate; 2 DE, 2 dimensional electrophoresis; IEE isoelectric focusing; MIA, monoiodo acetic acid; PMSF, phenyl methyl sulfonyl fluoride; SB3-10, caprylyl sulfobetaine SB3-10; SDS-PAGE, sodium dodecyl sulfate polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis; TBP, tributyl phosphine; TEMED, tetramethyl ethylene diamine.
MSM (methyl sulfonyl methane) is very effective for joint and muscle pain.
NatraFlex contains Boswellia serrata, from a tree which produces resin said to reduce swelling, and MSM (Methyl Sulfonyl Methane), a natural source of organic sulphur, believed to help improve joint flexibility.
Angel, OR, has patented a composition to penetrate the skin to underlying blood vessels containing methyl sulfonyl methane urea, propylene glycol and an organic compound.