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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Furthermore, I want to demonstrate that citrate and polyamines are reliable prognostic markers that can be analyzed both in tissue and in patients in vivo by mr spectroscopic imaging.
AdoMet acts as methyl donor to DNA, RNA, proteins and small molecules, as a propylamine donor in the synthesis of the polyamines (PAs).
He added, "Our Linesoft WSC-40 is a new ternary block silicone for cotton, which is a three-component block copolymer of polysiloxane, polyamines and polyether.
The resin is then reacted with crosslin king agents such as aliphatic polyamines which reacts with the -SO3M groups.
Polyamines (PAs) application after CB significantly reduced juice mass (%) and increased rind mass (%), TSS, total and non-reducing sugars (%).
He covers nitrogen nutrition, nitrate reduction, nitrite reduction, ammonia assimilation, polyamines, amino acids, chlorophyll, proteins, and nucleic acids.
Polyamines are organic cations, which are essential for cell proliferation and growth, and their levels are frequently altered in many human tumors [69,70].
The parts are then rinsed in mildly alkaline mineral free water at ambient temperatures and immediately placed in a electrochemical cell consisting of an alkaline dispersion of various polyamines and polyamids at ambient temperatures for two to three seconds.
Polyamines are molecules within the cell that carry a positive charge.
Those are glutamate, proline and polyamines (spermine, spermidine and putresine).
MTX is an antagonist of folic acid metabolism, and its effects in inflammatory diseases may be secondary to the induction of adenosine release and the inhibition of polyamines.
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.