oxine

oxine

[′äk‚sēn]
(organic chemistry)
C9H6NOH White powder that darkens when exposed to light; slightly soluble in water, dissolves in ethanol, acetone, and benzene; used to prepare fungicides and to separate metals by precipitation. Also known as 8-hydroxyquinoline; oxyquinoline; 8-quinolinol.
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Tc-99m HMPAO veya In-111 oxine isaretli lokosit SPECT: Enfeksiyon bolgelerinde lokositlerin birikmesi esasina dayanan bu iki yontemden Tc-99m-HMPAO, In111-oxin'egoredahasikkullanilmaktadir.Bugoruntuleme yontemi enfeksiyon goruntuleme icin spesifiktir.
111In oxine labelled mesenchymal stem cell SPECT after intravenous administration in myocardial infarction.
Part VI: the bactericidal action of 8-hydroxyquinoline (oxine)," The British Journal of Experimental Pathology, vol.
Sensi, "Labelling of lymphocytes with indium 111 oxine: effect on cell surface phenotype and antibody-dependent cellular cytotoxicity," Immunology Letters, vol.
N-Benzoyl-N-phenylhydroxylamine (BPHA), sodium thiosulphate, hydrochloric acid, ammonia solutions oxine, dpy, dichloromethane (C[H.sub.2][Cl.sub.2]), and trichloromethane (CH[Cl.sub.3]) were bought from Aladdin (Aladdin Industrial Co., Shanghai, China).
In order to obtain their goal, the scientists firstly produced the appropriate absorbent for separation and pre-concentration of zinc element in various matrices by using hydroxyquinoline (oxine) ligand.
The present paper describes the synthesis, characterization, antimicrobial and antitumor activity, and DNA cleavage activity of novel ternary Cu(II) complexes [Cu(DMIIMBP)(phen)Cl[O.sub.4]](1), [Cu (DMIIMBP) (bipy)Cl[O.sub.4]](2), [Cu(DMIIMBP)(oxine)] (3), [Cu(DMIIMBP)(5-Cl-oxine)](4), [Cu(DMIIMCP)(phen )Cl[O.sub.4]](5), [Cu(DMIIMCP)(bipy)Cl[O.sub.4]](6), [Cu(DMIIMCP) (oxine)](7), and [Cu(DMIIMCP)(5-Cl-oxine)](8).
The imaging of cerebral metabolism indirectly via perfusion SPECT using Tc-99m hexamethylpropylene amine oxine (HMPAO) or ethylene cystinate dimer (ECD), or directly with PET using [F-18] fluorodeoxyglucose (FDG), is clinically well established.
Zinc(II) can be extracted by a number of extractants such as TBP, [beta]-diketones, oxine and its derivatives, TOPO, fatty acids, naphthenic and salicylic acid, [beta]-isopropyltropolone, PAN, diethyldithiocarbamate, dithizone, thio-compounds etc.
Foliar application of zinc sulphate resulted to higher yield because of various reasons such as increase of oxine biosynthesis, chlorophile concentration, decrease of sodium concentration in plant tissues and increase of nitrogen and phosphorous uptake in the presence of zinc [19].
If necessary, as evident by presence of wilted seedlings, apply a fungicide soil drench of oxine benzoate (No damp).