bisulfide


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bi·sul·fide

 (bī-sŭl′fīd′)
n.

bi•sul•fide

(baɪˈsʌl faɪd, -fɪd)

n.
a disulfide.
[1860–65]
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The most commonly used are Southern blot analysis; bisulfide genomic DNA sequencing; restriction enzyme-PCR, MSP; and the methylation-sensitive single nucleotide primer extension.
Other popular inorganic herbicides includes; ammonium sulfamate, carbon bisulfide, sodium chlorate, sulfuric acid solutions and solutions and formulations containing borate.
SRB corrosion involves a number of chemical entities such as hydrogen sulfide and bisulfide anions (resulting from the dissimilatory reduction of sulfate anions by bacteria) and metastable sulphur compounds like thiosulfate and polythionates.