isothiocyanate


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isothiocyanate

[‚ī·sə‚thī·ō′sī·ə‚nāt]
(organic chemistry)
A compound of the type R‒N=C=S, where R may be an alkyl or aryl group; an example is mustard oil. Also known as sulfocarbimide.
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Analysis of the isothiocyanates present in cabbage leaves extract and their potential application to control Alternaria rot in bell peppers.
Predinical evaluation of 4-methylthiobutyl isothiocyanate on liver cancer and cancer stem cells with different p53 status.
Next, they added a solution of captopril with various concentrations to phosphate buffer of gold nanoparticles - fluorescein isothiocyanate, and they studied the fluorescent spectrum of its emitted fluorescein isothiocyanate.
For BODIPY derivatives, the first published BODIPY isothiocyanate synthesis was reported in a molecular probes patent from 1988 [5].
The Role of Protein Binding in Induction of Apoptosis by Phenethyl Isothiocyanate and Sulforaphane in Human Non-Small Lung Cancer Cells.
Glucoraphanin is a glucosinolate that can be converted into the isothiocyanate (ITC) sulforaphane.
Among the existing options, allyl isothiocyanate (AITc), the main component of the mustard essential oil, can act as a fumigant.
Isothiocyanate production in vivo was significantly greater after consumption of lightly cooked cabbage than after consumption of fully cooked cabbage.
Mae gwaith ymchwil wedi dangos fod yna glwcosinolatau mewn berw'r dwr ac wrth i chi gnoi'r berwr dwr, fod y rhain yn cael eu torri i ffenyl isothiocyanate, ac fod y rhain yn bwysig yn y frwydr yn erbyn cancr.
In the process, we'll still discuss antioxidants, especially lycopene and isothiocyanate for heart health.
root, and the effect of combined use of isothiocyanate and black tea extract on dental caries.