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azo-

[′a·zō]
(organic chemistry)
A prefix indicating the group ‒N=N‒.
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Previous studies suggested that dyes degraded by laccases due to cleavage/reduction of azo bond followed by oxidation, de-sulfonation, deamination etc.
Previously, it was demonstrated that water-soluble azo dyes can freely move in medium, pass through cell walls more easily than water-insoluble azo dyes, and are degraded by azoreductases in several other bacteria (Chen, 2006).
Para ver esta tecnologia de AZO GmbH y muchas otras asista a EXPO PACK Guadalajara, evento clave para la actualizacion y el networking de profesionales de envasado y procesamiento, que tendra lugar del 11 al 13 de junio proximos en la capital de Jalisco, Mexico.
Sunset yellow and red bordeaux S (amaranth) are classified as azo dyes, since they are synthesized from various aromatic amines derived from tar (BAFANA et al., 2011; AL-RUBAIE & MHESSN, 2012).
AZO Complete Feminine Balance, according to the company, is the only women's probiotic with the clinically studied intelliflora blend, which contains four unique strains of the most dominant lactobacilli discovered in healthy vaginal microflora.
The previously isolated two potential isolates of Streptomyces DJP15 and Streptomyces DJP27 were assessed in combination for effective degradation of azo blue dye.
As shown in Figure 1, the precursor polymer (PAZ) and the azo polymers (PAZ-R, R = ET, CN, NT, and Tz) were prepared according to the literature [37].
AZO film was deposited on n-Si substrate by a sputtering system (SNTEK, Korea) at an RF power of 300 W.
In this paper, IAI and ZAZ were fabricated and the growth of Ag layer on ITO and that on AZO were compared.
Azo precursor 3 (1.5 g, 5mmol) was added to the solution of 5-bromopentene (0.83 g, 0.72 mL, and 5.0 mmol), tBuOK (0.62 g, 5.0 mmol), and KI (20 mg) in dried acetone (100 mL).
Dyes are used in textile sector on large scale among which azo dyes constitute more than 50% of total dye production worldwide (Meng et al., 2012).
What the company doesn't mention is that the only good study of Azo, which was funded by the Belgian firm that produces the extract, showed that it doesn't work very well.