dinitrophenol


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dinitrophenol

(daɪˌnaɪtrəʊˈfiːnɒl)
n
a toxic yellow crystalline compound used in biochemical research and industrially in the production of dyes, photographic developers, etc
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Dw2 were slightly affected by the inhibitors (EDTA, urea, dinitrophenol and benzoic acid) except Kluyveromyces sp.
Abbreviations SUR: Sulfonylurea receptor IPC: Ischemic preconditioning IR: Ischemia-reperfusion KCO: Potassium channel opener 5-HD: 5-Hydroxydecanoate ROS: Reactive oxygen species STV: Isosteviol NAC: N-Acetyl-cysteine APD: Action potential duration DNP: Dinitrophenol RMP: Resting membrane potential PKC: Protein kinase C AMPA: AMP-activated kinase.
17 while the values of this parameter for carbons that adsorb 2-4 dinitrophenol are among 0.
Opening of cardiac sarcolemmal KATP channels by dinitrophenol separate from metabolic inhibition.
4) Growth hormones Symptoms of acromegaly (5) including cardiovascular disease, insulin resistance and musculoskeletal disorders Weight loss and Rimonabant Depression, aggression and dieting Sibutramine anxiety Cardiovascular damage 2,4- Cataracts and hyperpyrexia dinitrophenol resulting in fatalities (DNP) Appearance of Mercury- Damage to skin, kidney and the skin and containing nervous system hair creams Damage to skin, Cushing's Corticosteroids syndrome, glucose intolerance and hypertension Melanotan II Nausea and vomiting, abnormal (5) skin pigmentation and growths.
The analysis for reducing sugar content was performed according to the dinitrophenol method (Ross, 1959).
Drugs used in the past, such as thyroid hormone, dinitrophenol, amphetamine, fenfluramine, phenylpropanolamine, and ephedra are well known for significant complications, including death.
Unfortunately, pharmacotherapy for obesity has a dubious history: Drugs used in the past, such as thyroid hormone, dinitrophenol, amphetamine, fenfluramine, phenyl-propanolamine, and ephedra are well known for significant complications, including death.
One person died after improperly ingesting the pesticide dinitrophenol for weight loss, and one person died from respiratory problems following exposure to hydrochloric acid.