quinol


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quinol

[′kwi‚nȯl]
(organic chemistry)
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(24.) del Rio C, NavarreteC, ColladoJA.Thecannabinoid quinol VCE-004.8 alleviates bleomycin-induced scleroderma and exerts potent antifibrotic effects through peroxisome proliferator-activated receptor-y and CB2 pathways.
The results (Table 2) show that the waterlogging appeared to reduce all of the Mn oxides in soil A (>900mg/kg, soil A contained 810mg/kg of Mn reducible in quinol), so that the subsequent rate of chemical Mn[O.sub.x] reduction under drainage would probably have been very low.
Suga, "Carbazomycins G and H, novel carbazomycin-congeners containing a quinol moiety," Journal of Antibiotics, vol.
Washington, Jan 23 ( ANI ): Scientists have shed light on the crystal structure of quinol dependent nitric oxide reductase (qNOR), a bacterial enzyme that offers clues on the origins of our earliest oxygen-breathing ancestors.
One of the leading exponents of Italian house music, Black Box flourished on the dance floors of the late '80s and early '90s.?Black Box comprises three Italian studio musicians Daniele Davoli, Mirko Limoni and Valerio Semplici, along with singer Catherine Quinol.
Alternatively, trinexapac-ethyl could fit into quinone or quinol binding sites and competitively inhibit these activities.
This enzyme, called quinol oxidase, or NOX, helps carry out several functions on the cell surface and is required for growth in both normal and cancerous cells.
Later, it was shown that CL, indeed, stabilizes supercomplexes formed of the NADH dehydrogenase (mitochondrial complex I), quinol:cytochrome c oxidoreductase (cytochrome [bc.sub.1] complex; complex III), and cytochrome c oxidase (complex IV) [25-28]; a large fraction of loosely bound CL was shown to be affiliated with these supercomplexes [26-28].
It is known to catalyze electron transfer from quinol to Cytochrome c and concomitantly translocates protons across the mitochondrial inner membrane to generate a proton gradient and membrane potential for ATP synthesis.
Previous phytochemical studies on this plant have afforded flavonoids, quinols and quinol glucosides, steroids, phenylpropanoids, alkaloids, resin, tannins, terpenoids, and volatiles [10-13].
Similarly, Ma and Uren (1995), in a study of some soils from Victoria, reported that easily reducible Mn (0.2% quinol in 1 M [NH.sub.4]Oac, pH 7) ranged from 9.1% to 51.8% of total soil Mn.
A few derivatives of benzothiazoles, especially quinol and 2-(4-aminophenyl) were found to be the most valuable anti-cancer agents both in vivo and in vitro systems [10-13].