bisulphide


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bisulphide

(baɪˈsʌlfaɪd) or

bisulfide

n
(Elements & Compounds) another name for disulphide
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De Jongh, "Bisulphide bond formation in food protein aggregation and gelation," Biotechnology Advances, vol.
At physiological pH, the ratio of hydrogen sulphide to bisulphide ([HS.sup.-]) is 1:3.
Lp(a) is a lipoprotein subtype that has been associated with increase risk of coronary artery disease (CAD) and stroke.1 It is made up of a low-density lipoprotein (LDL)-like particle to which Apo lipoprotein (a) [Apo(a)] is covalently bound by a bisulphide link (Figure).
The increased accumulation of Hg, especially for the ammonium thiosulfate treatments, occurred because mercury has a strong affinity with thiol groups, especially complex sulphide and bisulphide [18][27].
Furthermore, iron is bound to sulphurs in polypeptides: bisulphide, sulphhydral, and sulphate groups.