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tetrol

[′te‚trȯl]
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The mean recovery was 105.49% for neferine, 98.07% for 1,2,3,4-tetrahydro-1-[(4hydroxyphenyl) methyl]-2-methyl-7-isoquinolinol, 100.98% for 1-hydroxy-2-methylpropene, and 102.15% for 3-(prop1-enyl)benzene-1,2,4,5- tetrol (Table 3).
1,2,3,4-Tetrahydro-1-[(4-hydroxyphenyl) methyl]-2-methyl-7- isoquinolinol (1), 1-hydroxy-2-methylpropene (2), 3-(prop-1enyl)benzene-1,2,4,5- tetrol (3), and neferine (4).
Figure-2 showed the comparison of degradation of PAH diol epoxides in extracellular medium of both models.Figure-3 represented the comparison of the formation of PAH tetrols whereas in Figure-4 the comparison of PAH conjugated in nucleus was seen.
In an effort to keep our model system simple, a blend of a very soluble diol ([M.sub.n] = 425 and OH# = 264) and a tetrol crosslinker ([M.sub.n] = 356 and OH# = 630) was investigated.
In extracellular medium, which is domain 1, BPDE forms tetrols after undergoing the hydrolysis process and diffuse to the second domain that is cytoplasm.
In peri nuclear space C reacts with protein resulting in formation of protein adduct A and finally diffuse to the nucleus where it reacts with water, protein and DNA and produce tetrols, protein adduct and DNA adduct respectively.
2011) which is summarized below Here denotes the PAH diol epoxides (PAH DEs) or tetrols. The subscript water" stands for extra- cellular medium (Compartment I) and represents the reaction rate constant.