Malonic

Related to Malonic: succinic, melenic

Ma`lon´ic


a.1.(Chem.) Pertaining to, or designating, a dicarboxylic acid produced artifically as a white crystalline substance, CH2.(CO2H)2, and so called because obtained by the oxidation of malic acid.
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In the future work we will extend our research involving other electrolytes such as sulfuric, phosphoric and malonic acids.
Biochemical studies reveal significant decrease in the enzyme activities like glucose-6-phosphatase, alkaline phosphatase, ATPase and succinic acid dehydrogenase, aminolevulinic acid dehydratase and cholinesterase activities and moderate increases of acid phosphatases activity in the liver, kidneys and brain of laboratory animals and malonic dialdehyde levels in the kidneys of rats after mercury intoxication (Taylor at al.
Bazsa, Kinetic Investigation of the Bromate-Ascorbic Acid- Malonic Acid System, Int.
Moreover, AML in a concentration of 2 ng/mL decreased the content of malonic dialdehyde and activity of superoxide dismutase in the blood (Gatsura [208]).
Solubility of oxalic, malonic, succinic, adipic, maleic, malic, citric, and tartaric acids in water from 278.
Table 1: Malonic dialdehyde (MDA mmol/l) in blood plasma of males (M [+ or -] m) MDA content in the plasma in men, mmol/l Area Age Spektofometriya South Kazakhstan region Village Aris, 18-29 years, n-50 0.
Enzymatic Conversion of [beta]-Hydroxypropionate to Malonic Semialdehyde.
1986) classified the main organic acids with regard to the softening capacity of Al toxicity to cotton plants as follows: a) strong: citric, oxalic, tartaric, b) moderate: malic, malonic, salicylic, and c) poor: succinic, lactic, formic, phthalic, acetic.
Excessive methylmalonic acid will prevent normal fatty acid synthesis, or it will be incorporated into fatty acid itself rather than normal malonic acid.