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methylate

[′meth·ə‚lāt]
(organic chemistry)
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Sodium Methylate Market: Information by Product Type (Sodium Methylate Powder and Sodium Methylate Solution), Application (Pharmaceuticals, Biodiesel, Chemicals, Food Processing, and Others), and Region (Asia-Pacific and Others) - Global Forecast till 2023
She said: "About four years ago I found out I have something called a MTHFR gene mutation, which dictates how my body methylates.
Sodium methylate is used in various applications including pharmaceuticals, polymers and agrochemicals synthesis, and has become the catalyst of choice for modern large-scale biodiesel production accounting for more than 80 percent of the biodiesel produced in North America.
This represents the first phase of expansion plans for sodium methylate and demonstrates our continuing commitment to the biodiesel industry, said Alexander Weber, general manager and vice president North America, Business Line Functional Solutions.
The UROtsa cell line, originally isolated from a primary culture of normal human uroepithelium, does not methylate arsenic because of the absence of AS3MT expression (Drobna et al.
Many mammals methylate trivalent inorganic arsenic in liver to species that are released into the bloodstream and excreted in urine and feces.
In addition, the urinary profiles of iAs metabolites have frequently been used in epidemiologic studies to assess the capacity of exposed individuals to methylate iAs.
Scientists have identified enzymes that acetylate, deacetylate, phosphorylate, dephosphorylate, and methylate histones.
The finding made sense, Lindberg recalls: In wetlands, researchers had previously identified certain bacteria that methylate natural, inorganic mercury derived from minerals.
Researchers are now trying to figure out how microbes and ambient water chemistry can methylate mercury so prodigiously in one lake and ignore the metal in another.