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J F Woessner, The determination of hydroxyproline in tissue and protein samples containing small proportions of this imino acid, Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysics, 93,440-446, (1961).
The ABCB1-dependent ATPase activity stimulated by nitensidine A was greatly reduced by substituting sulfur (S) or oxygen (0) for the imino nitrogen atom (N) in nitensidine A.
Macrophage cytotoxicity: Role for 1-arginine deiminase and imino nitrogen oxidation to nitrite.
1-3) Fourier transform infrared studies have identified that in the early stages of the cure process, the intensity of the cyano and N=C=N bands decrease with an accompanying appearance of new bands assigned to the formation of an imino group by the intermolecular addition of hydroxyl to the DICY cyano functionality, and/or by the intramolecular nucleophilic substitution of hydroxyl at the imide functionality.
It is recommended for use with high imino or partially alkylated type melamine crosslinkers.
They belong to one of the classes of cyclic imino ethers, which contain cyclic endo- and exo-imino ethers of 5-, 6-, and 7-membered rings.
Imino sugars inhibit the formation and secretion of bovine viral diarrhea virus, a pestivirus model of hepatitis C virus: Implications for the development of broad spectrum anti-hepatitis virus agents.
These methods have been available for hepatic imaging for decades and include the classic technetium 99m (99m Tc) sulfur colloid scans, as well as gallium 67 and 99m Tc imino diacetate acid (IDA) analogue scans.
This change from a proline, an imino amino acid with unique "kink," to a nonpolar leucine on CRIII might disrupt the mid-portion B-strand transmembrane of MOMP (30-32).
Imino sugar inhibitors for treating the lysosomal glycosphingolipidoses.