New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc is known to contain some of the highest concentrations of volatile thiols
of any wine in the world, according to Frank Benkwitz.
The synthesis and the reactivity of a 4- (chloroacetyl) pyridinium salt and the structure and the properties of the chromophore prepared from this chloro ketone by reaction with thiols
was presented .
It oxidizes the thiol
group in PSF to form disulfide linkage for crosslinking as indicated in Fig.
In the UV pre-vulcanization of NR latex, the photoinitiator and the thiol
were emulsified in de-ionized water.
2+]-induced cytotoxicity is mediated by thiol
depletion (Zalups 2000) or oxidative stress (Wiggers et al.
To test the in vitro effect of BPE on the formation of glycated BSA, thiol
group oxidation, and protein aggregation of BSA, various concentrations of BPE were incubated with BSA and glucose at 37 [degrees]C for 72 hr.
Mechanism of heavy metal ion activation of phytochelatin (PC) synthase blocked thiols
are sufficient for PC synthase-catalyzed transpeptidation of glutathione and related thiol
One side of this double-sided balance, namely thiols
, has been measurable since 1979.
redox status by laser-induced fluorescence capillary electrophoresis.
At present, no information on clinical significance of BuChE activity and phenotypes and its relationship with AChE activity, the marker of inflammatory (CRP), the enzymatic (superoxide dismutase, glutathione peroxidase, catalase) and/or non-enzymatic (protein thiol
and total antioxidant capacity) antioxidant defense system in IUI is available.
The sample is also found to contain small quantities of the ketonic compounds and thiols
0), 100 mM sodium chloride (NaCl), 50 [micro]M Cr(VI), and various reducing agents such as thiols
[3 mM GSH + 0.