cyanogen bromide

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cyanogen bromide

[sī′an·ə·jən ′brō‚mīd]
(inorganic chemistry)
CNBr White crystals melting at 52°C, vaporizing at 61.3°C, and having toxic fumes that affect nerve centers; used in the synthesis of organic compounds and as a fumigant.
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"CNBR helps me to visualize the idea of performing world-class research; it assists me in integrating research between ASU and Ege University and will act as an enhancer in developing new programs in nanobiotechnology."
noting there was vast uncertainty, and charged the President's Working Group on Financial Markets with analyzing the potential for longterm insurance for terrorism risk and CNBR losses.
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The report also speculated on the market for CNBR risks, saying that there has been little development in this market and, because insurance companies have historically excluded coverage for these types of losses--even if not caused by terrorism--there may be little potential for future market development.
CNBr cleavage at the C-terminal side of methionine 11 would generate a 975 Da DAT peptide fragment containing serines 2, 4, and 7, but no radiolabeled fragment of this mass was generated in the presence of CNBr.
(1) Department of Biological Sciences, Center for NanoBiotechnology and Life Sciences Research (CNBR), Alabama State University, 1627 Hall Street, Montgomery, AL 36104, USA
CNBr (caution: toxic!) (9.8 g, 0.09 mol) was added and the solution was further cooled to -15[degrees]'C.
According to the report, the actuaries were not able to identify any insurance, reinsurance, or capital market solution that could finance such potential insured losses from a large chemical, nuclear, biological or radiological (CNBR) event.
Proteins, including human albumin, and reagents were obtained from Sigma-Aldrich, except as noted; cyanogen bromide (CNBr) [1] was from Acros Chemicals and guanidine hydrochloride from Calbiochem.
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"A lot of the modeling firms have been providing event scenario analysis that is literally translating into hundreds of billions of dollars of either economic or insured loss from CNBR [chemical, neurological, biological or radiological] events" Davis said.
Isolated B[beta] chains (approximately 200 [micro]g) were redissolved in a 25-[micro]L volume of 700 mL/L formic acid that contained 200 [micro]g CNBr. After overnight incubation at room temperature, the mixture was dried under reduced pressure over NaCH.