oxime


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oxime

[′äk‚sēm]
(organic chemistry)
Compound containing the CH(:NOH) radical; condensation product of hydroxylamine with aldehydes or ketones.
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The protonated molecule of the oxime (m/z 502) was observed
A primary component of anti-organophosphorus therapy is an oxime reactivator to rescue inhibited acetylcholinesterases.
A new compound of oxime can be provided from hydroxyl amine hydrochloride and sodium acetate.
14H04 was developed using tacrolimus linked to keyhole limpet hemocyanin (KLH) [2] via C22 with an oxime functional group (Fig.
ABCB1-1[DELTA] (MDR1-1[DELTA]) genotype is associated with adverse reaction in dogs treated with milbemycin oxime for generalized demodicosis.
Methomyl, S-methyl (EZ)-N-(methylcarbamoyloxy) thioacetimidate is an oxime carbamate insecticide.
Pulse oxime try showed no impulse (pulse and saturation) from this region, distal pulses could not be palpated, and Doppler ultrasonography showed positive brachial pulses, and negative radial and ulnar pulses.
1) Leukocytes labelled with Tc-99m-hexamethylpropyleneamine oxime (Tc-99m-HMPAO) are better used for the diagnosis of acute musculoskeletal infections and also suited for children because of the lower radiation dose.
A combination with milbemycin oxime extends the spectrum of activity to include nematodes.
However reaction of 1 with hydroxylamine hydrochloride in ethanol or pyridine gave the corresponding oxime and isoxazole 5 and 6, respectively.