Vanillyl


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Va`nil´lyl


n.1.(Chem.) The hypothetical radical characteristic of vanillic alcohol.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Twenty-four-hour urine collection revealed elevated vanillyl mandelic acid (VMA; 11.7 mg/day, reference: 2-7 mg/day), metanephrine (1625.6 [micro]g/day, reference: 52-341 [micro]g/day), normetanephrine (5459.5 [micro]g/day, reference: 88-444 [micro]g/day), epinephrine (256.4 [micro]g/day, reference: 0.20 [micro]g/day), and norepinephrine (153.2 [micro]g/day, reference: 15-80 [micro]g/day).
So far, Indian forces are using Pelargonic Acid Vanillyl Amide (PAVA) shells and pellet guns.
PAVA (Pelargonic Acid Vanillyl Amide) is a chilli-based ammunition, which immobilises the target for a certain period of time.
PAVA (Pelargonic Acid Vanillyl Amide) is a chilli-based ammunition, which is less lethal and immobilises the target temporarily.
The major components with neuropharmacological properties are gastrodin, 4-hydroxybenzaldehyde, 4-HBA, vanillin, and vanillyl alcohol [8].
Barsberg, "Environmental effects on the lignin model monomer, vanillyl alcohol, studied by Raman spectroscopy," Journal of Physical Chemistry B, vol.
Additionally, several phytochemical compounds isolated from this herb, such as gastrodin, 4-hydroxybenzyl alcohol (HBA), vanillin, vanillyl alcohol, 4-hydroxybenzaldehyde, [N.sup.6]-(4-hydroxybenzyl) adenine riboside (NHBA) and parishins, have been proposed as playing an important role in the pharmacological and therapeutic properties claimed for G.
He cleared this file on the use of PAVA Shells ( Pelargonic Acid Vanillyl Amide) that is also called Nonivamide as an alternative to the pellet guns.
Comparison of diagnostic accuracy of urinary free metanephrines, vanillyl mandelic acid, and catecholamines and plasma catecholamines for diagnosis of pheochromocytoma.
Spillman observed the decrease of vanillin contact during barrel fermentation and elevage in the presence of yeast lees, products of transformation being low odorant vanillyl alcohol and vanillyl-ethyl-ester.
guaiacol, vanillyl alcohol, catechol, syringic acid, acteosyringone), aromatic amines, aromatic ethers, polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons and depolymerization of a various non-phenolic lignin compounds (diarylpropane) and b-O-4 non-phenolic lignin like compounds (Wong, 2009).
The preoperative diagnosis of pheochromocytoma is supported by elevated levels of urine and blood catecholamines and their metabolites, metanephrine and vanillyl mandelic acid (VMA).