amidogen


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amidogen

(əˈmiːdəʊˌdʒən)
n
a compound radical, NH2, derived from ammonia
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HbA1c is the product of glycation reaction of glucose and amidogen of hemoglobin under non-enzymatic catalysis, which can used as an important index reflecting glycometabolism capability.
After PAA was added, the polymer was hydrolysed again and immobilized by the amidogen group of KH-550 and formed a PAA layer coated with the surface of SF particles.
We used the following ingredients to manufacture sweet milk: pasteurized whole milk, liquid whey from the fresh cheese manufacturing, sugar, sodium bicarbonate, modified maize starch (Amidogen 8500) supplied by Gemacom Tech[R], sodium citrate, soluble extra strong coffee, and potassium sorbate.
It is well known that the alanine, aspartate, and glutamate metabolism play transfer amidogen role in amino acid metabolism, which directly or indirectly affects the formation of antibody and glutamine.
As there is an amidogen in the aniline structure, it will be harmful to environment if it transforms into nitrite nitrogen.