carbamyl


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carbamyl

(ˈkɑːbəmɪl)
n
a radical, NH2CO, that is derived from carbamic acid
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Chemical basis of the carbamidodiacetyl micromethod for estimation of urea, citrulline, and carbamyl derivatives.
Carbamyl linkage is an active part of a number of drugs.
It is a derivative of Iminostilbine with a carbamyl group at the 5 position this molecule is essential for potent anti-seizure activity.
The activities of aspartate amino transferase (AST) and ornithine carbamyl transferase (OCT) are probably the most sensitive predictors of bovine fatty liver.
Wang et al., "Carbamyl adducts on low-density lipoprotein induce IgG response in LDLBTmice and bind plasma autoantibodies in humans under enhanced carbamylation," Antioxidants & Redox Signaling, vol.
Chemical Basis of the carbomi dodiacetyl micro-method for estimation of urea, citrulline and carbamyl derivatives.
The decreased plasma concentrations of urea during supplementation of rbST might be due to the effect of bovine somatotropin via N-actyl glutamate, on carbamyl phophate synthetase, a key enzyme in the urea cycle (Oddy and Lindsay, 1986).
* N-methyl carbamates (29 entries, including carbamyl, thiodicarb, carbofuran, methomyl, and aldicarb)
The addition of dichloroallyl lawsone (DCL) to leukemic cells results in a rapid depletion of uridine and cytidine nucleotides; carbamyl aspartate and dihydroorotate accumulate to high levels in an equilibrium ratio of 20.5:1 and orotate, orotidine and uridine-monophosphate (UMP) increase transiently before decreasing to levels approaching their original steady states (Kempt 1986).
(14.) Veniamin HP, Vakirtzi-Lemonias C, Chemical basis of the carbomido-diacetyl, micro-method for estimation of urea, citrulline and carbamyl derivatives, Clin.