succinyl

succinyl

(ˈsʌksɪnɪl)
n
either of the two radicals of succinic acid
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Contract awarded for 300 Succinyl HILL ROAD OF 500 MG TF: 10333 ORDER TO END THE YEAR 2015
02 mg/kg succinyl choline chloride was administered via an intravenous drip during the first 30 minutes of an approximately 90-minute procedure to reduce the occurrence and intensity of muscular spasms during surgery.
The nair, schizophrenic and autistic group had (1) increased cytochrome F420 activity, cholesterol oxidase activity, ring oxidase activity, aromatase activity and digoxin synthesis (2) had decreased PDH activity as indicated by increased pyruvate and lactate levels with low acetyl CoA levels (3) had increased glycolysis as indicated by increased hexokinase activity and mitochondrial dysfunction as noted by increased cyto C activity in the serum and low ATP levels (4) had low cholesterol and bile acid levels and increased homocysteine levels (5) had increased GABA shunt pathway as indicated by increased pyruvate, glutamate and ammonia levels (6) had increased porphyrin synthesis from substrates glycine and succinyl CoA derived from GABA shunt pathway as indicated by increased ALA levels.
By modifying the [beta]-lactoglobulin with succinyl groups, the team, who published the work in Agewandte Chemie, was able to adjust the pH-sensitive nature of the protein.
It is now recognized that several types of these tumors are inherited through mutations of the genes that encode for the succinyl dehydrogenase enzymes SDHD and SDHB.
This step involves condensation of succinyl CoA and glycine to delta-aminolevulinate catalyzed by delta-ALAS.
Adenosylcobalamin is required for conversion of methylmalonyl CoA to succinyl CoA and abnormality in this will lead to fatty acid accumulation (45).
The formation of succinyl coenzyme A is dependent on adenosylcobalamin, a factor in lipid formation in the CNS.
It was the aim of this study to develop a mucoadhesive particulate drug delivery system with a water-soluble anionic chitosan derivative, succinyl chitosan (SC) and evaluate its efficacy as an oral insulin delivery system.
Propionyl CoA is converted to L-methylmalonyl CoA and the mutase (with vitamin B12 as coenzyme) converts this to succinyl CoA, which is part of the tricarboxylic acid (Krebs) cycle of metabolism.
Then succinyl free radicals decays in one of the recombination reactions.
Second, adenosylcobalamin is required for the conversion of methylmalonyl coenzyme A (methylmalonic acid) to succinyl coenzyme A.