Terminal groups included halides, which were then converted into hydroxyl, allyl, acrylate, or azide
Transconjugants were then selected on Luria-Bertani agar plates containing sodium azide
(100 mg/L) and nalidixic acid (6 mg/L).
The present study is aimed at investigating the alkylating efficiency of sodium azide
of different concentrations on fruit yield, nut size and nutritional quality of groundnut seeds of two varieties grown for commercial purposes in Nigeria.
Compared to other inhibitors, sodium azide
has been shown to interfere least with purely chemical Mn reactions (Rosson et al.
For their new test, the researchers exposed the sample to a precursor molecule of this saccharide with an additional azide
group (-N3) tacked on.
3] reacted with the nitrogen to form ammonium azide
(~1/3 of the product), which precluded further nitridation even if ammonium azide
is one of the nitrogen agents.
Moreover, PQQ protected cells from mitochondrial inhibition by rotenone, 3-nitropropionic acid, antimycin A, and sodium azide
Energetic binders that appear to offer such promising characteristics include azide
functional polymers like glycidyl azide
polymer (GAP), poly(3, 3-bisazidomethyloxe-tane) (PBAMO), and poly-(3-azidomethyl-3-methyloxetane) (PAMMO), nitrato polyethers like poly-((3-nitrato methyl)-3-methyl oxetane) (PNIMMO), poly-(glycidyl nitrate) (PGLYN)), poly(vinyl nitrate)s, fluoro-polymers, etc.
a leader in cancer metabolism-based therapeutics, today announced encouraging results of a preclinical toxicity study of azide
drug-loaded Emulsiphan nano emulsions conducted with the National Cancer Institute (NCI) under a Collaboration Agreement.
PACE cited documents reporting a high volume of materials containing highly toxic sodium azide
going from Breed Tech.
They also said that each bomb was attached to a syringe containing lead azide
, a chemical initiator that would have detonated PETN explosives packed into each printer cartridge.
Summary: Dubai Police specialists said the package contained the highly explosive PETN and lead azide