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thiol:

see mercaptanmercaptan
or thiol
, any of a class of organic compounds containing the group -SH bonded to a carbon atom. The volatile low-molecular-weight mercaptans have disagreeable odors.
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thiol

[′thī‚ȯl]
(organic chemistry)
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BPE also significantly decreased the levels of thiol group oxidation and BSA aggregation.
Total glutathione (GSH) and non-protein thiol contents in cell lysates prepared from the yeast cells were estimated by the chemical method as previously described by Israr et al.
15,16] Abnormal thiol disulphide homeostasis states are involved in the pathogenesis of many kinds of diseases, including diabetes, [17] cardiovascular disease, [18] cancer, [19] chronic kidney disease, [20] and rheumatoid arthritis.
Also, there was a positive correlation between lipid peroxidation of labor and thiol groups and total antioxidant capacity in women with their newborns3,7.
Blood thiol disulfide homeostasis was analyzed using the new automatic method, developed by Erel and Neselioglu [28].
Serum level of thiol proteins was measured using 5,5'-dithio-bis-2-nitrobenzoic acid (DTNB) as color reagent as previously described (30).
When the epoxy resins were cationically polymerized in conjunction with a thiol-ene system that included either acrylates or allylic compounds with a multifunctional thiol, it was found that due to the basic nature of the formed polythioethers, these species interrupted the cationic polymerization of the epoxy resin [28].
0), 100 mM sodium chloride (NaCl), 50 [micro]M Cr(VI), and various reducing agents such as thiols [3 mM GSH + 0.
In terms of thiol production (see "Thiol Formation With DAP"), the thiols 3-MH and 3-MHA are lower when DAP is used.
One of the major antioxidants within and out of the cell is the thiol system of antioxidant mechanism.
However, thiol protected gold nanocrystals draw greater attraction due to their ultra-stability and ability to control their composition with atomic precision (3).