periodate


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periodate

(pɜːˈraɪəˌdeɪt)
n
(Elements & Compounds) any salt or ester of a periodic acid
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C18-cleaned extracts of each sample were derivatized using periodate oxidation (Anon 2005a) prior to qualitative LC-FLD analysis to determine both the presence of PST in the samples and the potential presence of N-hydroxylated toxins.
Adoptive immunotherapy for stage IV renal cell carcinoma: a novel protocol utilizing periodate and interleukin-2-activated autologous leukocytes and continuous infusions of low-dose interleukin-2.
The method entails adding to the laundry cycle an aqueous liquid bleaching composition consisting essentially of alkali metal hypochlorite, alkali metal hydroxide, alkali metal silicate or mixtures of alkali metal silicates; alkali metal periodate, water and, optionally, a fragrance wherein the fragrance either is added directly to the composition or is added as an emulsified solution wherein the emulsified solution optionally contains a surfactant that is compatible with hypochlorite.
Periodate oxidation of sodium alginate and purification and characterization of the resulting ADA has been reported earlier in detail [19].
The hydroxyl moieties were first oxidized with 10 mmol/L sodium periodate (Sigma) in 10 mmol/L phosphate buffer, pH 7.
In periodate oxidation studies of the purified polysaccharide (450gm) from Rauwolfia Serpentina Benth.
Na-KOP, a synthetic HA-like polymer, has been synthesized from caffeic acid by periodate oxidation as described earlier (Helbig et al.
Previous treatment with periodate (13) had no influence on the neutralizing titers.
Hemmer, "The Distribution of D-Galactosyl Groups in Guaran and Locust-Bean Gum: New Evidence From Periodate Oxidation," Carbohydr.
The same matrix Granocel activated with sodium periodate (OXY-Cel) was used for comparison.
Polysaccharides have been deduced to be the main bonding agents between soil particles resulting from a period under grass because periodate oxidation breaks the organic bonds holding particles together in aggregates (Greenland et al.
This method consisted of oxidizing SA with periodate, terminated by the addition of arsenite and then adding thiobarbituric acid.