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succinyl

(ˈsʌksɪnɪl)
n
either of the two radicals of succinic acid
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Tenders are invited for Injection Succinyl Choline 50 Mg Per Ml
Otherwise, the differences between particles sizes are mostly attributed to the nature of the aggregates, like organic macromolecules that are formed by polymerization of similar or identical building block; many polysaccharides may contain no-polymeric substitutions such acetyl, succinyl or pyruvyl groups or inorganic substituents such as sulfate; proteins can be glycosylated with oligosaccharides to form glyco" proteins or can be substituted with fatty acids to form lipoproteins (Wingender et al, 1999; Bhaskar & Bhosle, 2005).
Cuatro estudios in vitro fueron incluidos, en el primero, Hanks et al 1993 determinaron la citotoxicidad de soluciones de PH (0 a 0,88 mmol/L que equivale a PH 3%) aplicadas directamente sobre cultivos celulares monocapa de fibroblastos gingivales, para ello midieron la respuesta de la succinyl deshidrogenasa (SDH) celular estableciendo la dosis inhibitoria del 50% de su actividad para determinar muerte celular, y encontraron que a mayor concentracion y tiempo de exposicion, era mayor la citotoxicidad en los fibroblastos, siendo la dosis inhibitoria del 50% SDH de 0,58 mmol/L.
Effects of esmolol on haemodynamic and intra ocular pressure response to succinyl choline and intubation following low dose alfentanil premedication.
The same group has also attempted to improve the cocaine hapten, with succinyl butyl norcocaine proving to be the hapten that produced the most cocaine antibodies.
Succinyl trialanyl p-nitroanilide (STANA) and HNE were obtained from Sigma, USA, and tannic acid used as standard was from Merck.
The circuits were primed with a mixture of 500 ml succinyl gelatine 6% (Gelofusine IV, B.
12] is a significant cofactor which is involved in methylation of homocysteine to methionine and in transformation of methylmalonyl coenzyme Ato succinyl coenzyme A and primarily found in food of animal origin.
Depolarizing neuromuscular blocking agent: So many depolarizing neuromuscular blocking agents have been synthesized but only succinyl choline stood the test of time.
02 mg/kg succinyl choline chloride was administered via an intravenous drip during the first 30 minutes of an approximately 90-minute procedure to reduce the occurrence and intensity of muscular spasms during surgery.
Succinyl amide gemini surfactant from Adenopus breviflorus seed oil: A potential corrosion inhibitor of mild steel in acidic medium.
Propionate enters in TCA cycle at level of succinyl COA and utilized for synthesis of oxaloacetate and glucose.