betulinic acid

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betulinic acid

[¦bech·ə¦lin·ik ′as·əd]
(organic chemistry)
C30H48O3 A dibasic acid, slightly soluble in water, ethyl alcohol, and acetone.
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"I cannot put my finger on what is the worst thing about this man," said Mairin de Burca, one of the oldest protesters, at 81 years of age.
Hiqa deputy Dr Mairin Ryan said more than 500 cases of cancer that would be covered by the vaccine are detected in Ireland each year.
The eight High Court judges are SM Komathy, Datuk Abd Karim Abd Rahman, Datuk Wong Kian Kheong, Dr Choo Kah Sing, Datuk Ahmad Bache, Datuk Mohd Firuz Jaffril, Datuk Mairin Idang @ Martin and Dr Alwi Abdul Wahab.
Mairin Nic Eoin's essay explores the extent to which competition for scarce economic resources in a stressed labour market and rapid social and political change exacerbated tensions between Irish and other ethnic groups in 1960s Britain and America.
"I screamed to Owen, 'Help us, we're floating away, we need help.' " Mairin Casey, Coroner for Nottinghamshire, said: "We know that Owen entered the water to try to get Jorgie.
Bede's use of ad dating in the Historia ecclesiastica is, Mairin MacCarron argues, a way of confirming the Christian future.
ID Active compounds Structure OB (%) Caco-2 DL C1 3-Methylcoumarin 19.66 1.27 0.05 C2 5,6,7- Trimethoxycoumarin 32.54 0.94 0.12 C3 AIDS045703 21.37 0.55 0.87 C4 Androstane-3,11,17-triol 13.19 -0.04 0.38 C5 Anemosapogenin 17.87 0.07 0.77 C6 Anemoside A3 15.46 -1.6 0.15 C7 Aureusidin 53.42 0.07 0.24 C8 Beta-sitosterol 36.91 1.32 0.75 C9 Betulonic acid 16.83 0.65 0.78 C10 Campesterol 5.57 1.6 0.72 C11 Cauloside A 6.84 -0.82 0.4 C12 Cernuoside 2.69 -1.51 -2.18 C13 Dauricine (8CI) 23.65 0.9 0.37 C14 Ergosterol 14.29 1.47 0.72 C15 Fraxinol 24.19 0.7 0.1 C16 Hederagenol 22.42 0.1 0.74 C17 Isorhamnetin 49.6 0.31 0.31 C18 LAN 42.12 1.52 0.75 C19 Lignoceric acid 14.9 1.24 0.33 C20 Mairin 55.38 0.73 0.78 C21 Oleanolic acid 29.02 0.59 0.76 C22 Oleanolic acid deriv.
A commission spokeswoman, Mairin Bellack, conceded that there was "an initial denial" but insisted, "as soon as it was brought to our attention it was rectified immediately."
Jane, The Imperial Russian Navy (London: Conway Maritime Press, 1983); Mairin Mitchell, The Maritime History of Russia, 848-1948 (London: Sidgwick and Jackson, 1949); A.
Mairin Lemus (1,2), Raquel Salazar (1,3), Byron Lapo (4) & Kyung Chung (5)
All Dressed Up builds on earlier works, such as Mairin Ni Dhonnchadha and Theo Dorgan's collection Revising the Rising (1991) and Ian MacBride's edited collection, History and Memory in Modern Ireland (2001) to provide a more comprehensive examination of how pageantry specifically functioned in a vast array of contexts.