butyryl


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butyryl

(ˈbjuːtɪˌraɪl)
n
a radical of butyric acid
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section]) The 25 compounds are 1) 1-3-methylfentanyl; 2) 4-ANPP; 3) acetyl fentanyl; 4) acetyl fentanyl 4-methylphenethyl; 5) acryl fentanyl; 6) alfentanil; 7) betahydroxythiofentanyl; 8, 9) butyryl fentanyl/isobutyryl fentanyl; 10) butyryl norfentanyl; 11) carfentanil; 12) despropionyl para-fluorofentanyl; 13) fentanyl; 14) furanyl fentanyl; 15) furanyl norfentanyl; 16) norfentanyl; 17, 18) fluorobutyryl/fluoroisobutyrylfentanyl; 19) para-methoxyfentanyl; 20) remifentanil; 21) remifentanil metabolite; 22) sufentanil; 23) valeryl fentanyl; 24) AH7921; and 25) U-47700.
Exposure to OP pesticides were mainly measured in three ways: (1) using dialkyl phosphate (DAP) metabolites collected from urine (2) using pesticide-specific metabolites found in urine and (3) measuring cholinesterase (ChE) and butyryl cholinesterase (BChE) [3].
ESTIMATION OF CHOLINESTERASE: PRINCIPLE: REACTIONS INVOLVED IN THE CHOLINESTERASE ASSAY ARE AS FOLLOWS: Cholinesterase hydrolyses Butyryl thiocholine to from thiocholine which reacts with 5.
Similarly butyryl-CoA is firstly converted into butyryl phosphate and butyrate is produced from butyryl phosphate.
Plasma esterase-1 (ES-1) activity in rats is influenced by the amount and type of dietary fat, and butyryl cholinesterase activity by the type of dietary fat.