xylenol


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xylenol

[′zī·lə‚nȯl]
(organic chemistry)
(CH3)2C6H3OH Highly toxic, combustible crystals; slightly soluble in water, soluble in most organic solvents; melts at 20-76°C; used as a chemical intermediate, disinfectant, solvent, and fungicide, and for pharmaceuticals and dyestuffs.
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In our experiment, ferrous benzoic xylenol orange (FBX) gel was prepared using gelatine (from bovine skin, Type B), ferrous ammonium sulfate (Aldrich ammonium iron (II) sulfate hexahydrate, 99% American Chemical Society (ACS) reagent), sulfuric acid (Sigma-Aldrich), xylenol orange tetrasodium salt (Sigma-Aldrich) and benzoic acid (Sigma-Aldrich) formulated in 1998 by Kelly RG16 and others.
The second, the content of La has been measured with using xylenol orange as indicator by EDTA titration.
MEASUREMENT OF OXIDATIVE STRESS PARAMETERS: The oxidative stress was evaluated by estimating the amount of oxidant load of lipid peroxides was determined by ferrous oxidation products in xylenol orange assay in conjunction with triphenylphosphine version 2 (FOX2 assay) (18).
Ferrous ion oxidation in the presence of xylenol orange for detection of lipid hydroperoxide in low density lipoprotein.
Hydroperoxide levels: An aliquot of cytosol or mitochondria (100 [micro]g protein) was added to 1 ml FOX reagent (100 [micro]M xylenol orange; 250 [micro]M ammonium ferrous sulphate; 100 [micro]M sorbitol; 25 mM [H.
Of the substituted phenols, the most important are alkylated phenols like m-cresol which reacts with formaldehyde more readily than phenol, and 3,5 xylenol which reacts even faster than does m-cresol.
A working color reagent was prepared by mixing 100 ml distilled water containing 100 mM sorbitol and 125 [micro]M xylenol orange (Sigma, USA) with 1 ml of 25 mM ferrous ammonium sulphate prepared in 2.