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acetylation

[ə‚sed·əl′ā·shən]
(organic chemistry)
The process of bonding an acetyl group onto an organic molecule.
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The foam capacitiy of AAS was lower than that of NAS, while the emulsion capacity of AAS was higher than that of NAS suggesting that the acetylated starch could find application as an emulsifier in the food industries [30].
The acetylated alanine at the N terminus of the Hb Raleigh [beta] chain, however, cannot be glycated and therefore prevents reaction with the antibody in the immunoassay.
Several anhydrides have been tested, and we report here the use of acetic anhydride as a potential reagent for creating acetylated mass tags.
10g of the acetylated starch was dispersed in 65ml of distilled water and mixture neutralized by adding few drops of 0.
Acetylation and phosphorylation specific antibodies reveal that S33 and S37 are phosphorylated after UV or IR, a long, with acetylation at K382 in vivo, while p53 is also acetylated at K320 after UV exposure (22).
This considerable increase also improved the ratio of free L-carnitine to acetylated L-carnitine, which is an indicator of the supply of functionally active L-carnitine.
Patients who more rapidly metabolize the drug to the acetylated derivative associated with side effects achieved a maximum tolerated dose of 320 mg/m2 weekly, whereas patients who metabolized the drug more slowly achieved a maximum tolerated dose of 400 mg/m2 weekly.
If the product's label lists isopropyl myristate, acetylated lanolin, laureth-4, coconut butter, D&C #30 and #36, ceteryl alcohol or ceteareth 20, pass on it.
Microtubules are more stable and more highly acetylated in ethanol-treated hepatic cells.
Hybrid composites with glass fiber mat at the top and the bottom, and hemp fibers in the middle are manufactured with untreated, acetylated, and alkalized hemp fibers separately using RTM.
Other modified starches used for surface applications include hydroxypropylated, acetylated, acid modified, phosphate ester and dextrin.