polyamine

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pol·y·a·mine

 (pŏl′ē-ə-mēn′, -ăm′ēn)
n.
Any of a group of organic compounds, such as spermine and spermidine, composed of only carbon, nitrogen, and hydrogen and containing two or more amino groups.

polyamine

(ˈpɒlɪəmiːn)
n
(Elements & Compounds) a compound containing two or more amine groups
Translations
polyamine
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Polyamines are molecules within the cell that carry a positive charge.
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patents) to convert commercially available poly(butadiene) polyols to poly(butadiene) polyamines, which are primarily used as co-reactants for polyisocyanates to custom-tailor materials for a variety of end uses without a need for catalysts.
aureus and Enterobacteria, and increased fecal levels of polyamines.
Polyamines (PAs) are known as a group of natural compounds with aliphatic nitrogen structure that are ubiquitous in plants, animals and microorganisms.
Key water soluble polymers include polyacrylamide, guar gum, polyvinyl alcohol, casein, gelatin, polyacrylic acid and others including polysaccharides, PVP, PEG, polyamines and quaternary ammonium compounds.
Hydroxylated polyamines can be considered suitable starting materials for the preparation of liquid crystalline polyamines by means of chemical modification, which can combine the existence of an ordered structure with the presence of basic and coordinative positions.
of Acrylamide in model systems and baked products,' 'Fresh-cut technology for guava fruit,' 'Impact of polyamines and nitrogen application on the water economy of hybrid maize (Zea mays L.
The ability of MTX to inhibit dihydrofolate reductase gives rise to reduced production of tetrahydrofolate and methyltetrahydrofolate, which are methyl donors in chemical reactions resulting in the production of methionine and S-adenosylmethionine and ultimately polyamines.
While the polyamine pathway is well established and polyamines are known to be important in cancer and cell proliferation, their role in ESC regulation until now was unknown.
Among specific topics are alternatives to drug development, polyamines in apicomplexan parasites, drugs and drug targets in Neospora caninum and related apicomplexans, and drug discovery against Babesia and Toxoplasma.
Bio-erodible polymers include polyesters, polyamides, polyanhydrides, polydioxanone; polyamines, and polyurethanes.