Another resistance mechanism could be the NAD(P)H-dependent reduction of OSCNwithout any loss of the sulfhydryl compound
[14, 72, 78].
Amifostine is a prodrug converted by alkaline phosphatase to the active sulfhydryl compound
In 1961, Frenkel and Hirsch described strains of streptococci isolated from cases of bacterial endocarditis that grew only in the presence of other bacteria, around which they formed satellite colonies, or in media enriched with sulfhydryl compounds
, such as cysteine.
5,5'-Dithiobis-2-nitrobenzoic acid (DTNB) is a disulfide compound, which is readily reduced by sulfhydryl compounds
, forming a deep yellow-colored compound.
Nonprotein sulfhydryl compounds
in canine gastric mucosa: effects of PGE2 and ethanol.
MTZ, MPG and captopril are all sulfhydryl compounds
. Seven patients had taken nonsulfhydryl compounds, such as steroids for rheumatoid arthritis, diltiazem hydrochloride for hypertension, loxoprofen sodium, tolperisone hydrochloride and giclofenac sodium for lumbar pain.
Effects of sulfhydryl compounds
on the accumulation, removal and cytotoxicity of inorganic mercury by primary cultures of rat renal cortical epithelial cells.
Collectively, compounds containing sulfur (sulfhydryl compounds
) are called thiols.
[39.] Szabo S, Trier JS, Frankel PW (1981) Sulfhydryl compounds
may mediate gastric cytoprotection.
cannot be determined directly with glassy carbon electrodes, platinum electrodes, and gold electrodes, but rather with mercury-based electrodes, with the latter due to the strong Hg-S interaction .
(153-158) Specifically, it has been shown that sulfhydryl compounds
limit geatamicin-induced damage to outer hair cells in vitro and that in vivo gentamicin ototoxicity can be diminished with glutathione.
False-positive results for ketone with the drug mesna and other free sulfhydryl compounds
. Clin Chem 1987;33:289-92.