iodination


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iodination

(ˌaɪədɪˈneɪʃən)
n
the process of iodinating
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Noun1.iodination - the substitution or addition of iodine atoms in organic compounds
chemical action, chemical change, chemical process - (chemistry) any process determined by the atomic and molecular composition and structure of the substances involved
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Thyroperoxidase a 105kDa glycoprotein which catalyses iodine oxidation and thyroglobulin tyrosyl iodination reactions in the thyroid gland and is essential for active thyroid hormone T4 and T3 synthesis.
The iodination of cooking salt was only implemented throughout Brazil in 1974, when the issue of coping with this problem became of international concern (28).
To overcome this problem, we developed and reschemed the protocols, using 57% hydriodic acid as the iodination reagent to convert [sup]11C-CH[sub]3 OH to [sup]11C-CH[sub]3I (commercialized package, directly added in reaction vessel without further process).
Iodination of rabbit sperm plasma membrane: Relationship of specific surface proteins to epididymal function and sperm capacitation.
Initially, the authors' group used a three-step iterative homologation cycle for incorporation of one propylene unit, (83) which consisted of (i) ZACA-oxidation, (ii) iodination, and (iii) metalation--Pd-catalyzed vinylation.
With a dedicated dissemination program about the unfavorable health outcomes of ID, EUthyroid will pave the way for a harmonized EU-wide regulation of iodination, a common approach to iodine and outcome monitoring and establish recommendations for scientists on how to monitor IDD prevention programs.
Iodination of tyrosine residues on thyroglobulin ultimately produces T4 and T3.
Lithium effects thyroid function in many ways, first of all, lithium interferes with the iodination right at the beginning of the process and this is reversible.
KARACHI -- There is urgency to create public demand for "Iodized Salt" so as to streamline implementation of the law meant to streamline compulsory iodination of consumable salt in the province.
Ren Q, Fan J, Zhang Z, Zheng X and GR Delong An environmental approach to correcting iodine deficiency: supplementing iodine in soil by iodination of irrigation water in remote areas.
The chemistry involved in thyroid hormone synthesis involves iodination of tyrosine residues within Tg, followed by intramolecular coupling of certain mono-iodinated, or diiodinated, tyrosines to form triiodothyronine (T3) or thyroxine (T4) (10).