glucuronide


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glucuronide

(ɡluːˈkjʊərəˌnaɪd)
n
(Biochemistry) biochem a compound formed from glucuronic acid
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SGN-CD48A uses the company's latest ADC technology advancement, a PEGylated glucuronide linker that improves stability, reduces off-target uptake, and enables conjugation of more molecules of the microtubule-disrupting cytotoxic agent monomethyl auristatin E per antibody.
The four new assays are: DRI Fentanyl, CEDIA AB-PINACA (Spice K2), CEDIA UR-144/XLR-11 (Spice K2) and DRI Ethyl Glucuronide.
The urine test for the alcohol metabolites ethyl glucuronide (EtG) and ethyl sulfate (EtS) points toward alcohol use in the previous 3 days, but the test is plagued with false positives at the lower cutoff values.
The present study evaluated blood pharmacokinetics of THC, its phase I and phase II glucuronide metabolites, and minor cannabinoids in frequent and occasional smokers after smoked, vaporized, and oral cannabis administration.
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Ex vivo studies, that use organ perfusion techniques, and in vivo studies using rats have shown that resveratrol can be passively absorbed and conjugated with glucuronic acid or sulfate to form resveratrol glucuronide or resveratrol sulfate [27, 28].
Before chromatography analysis can occur, the glucuronide must be cleaved through hydrolysis.
In vivo, BPA is rapidly conjugated to glucuronide, giving rise to BPA-glucuronide (BPA-G) after passing through the liver (Knaak and Sullivan 1966; Pottenger et al.
Listeria Chromogenic Agar for the isolation of Listeria monocytogenes and Tryptone Bile Glucuronide Agar for the isolation of Escherichia coli will be closely followed by CSIM for the isolation of Cronobacter sakazakii from milk and milk products and chromogenic ABC medium for the isolation of Salmonellae.
It has been known for many years that resveratrol is rapidly converted to sulfate and glucuronide metabolites in humans and animals--meaning the plasma concentrations of resveratrol itself quickly become very low after administration," explained lead researcher Karen Brown.
The test is devised to measure the amounts of two alcohol metabolites, ethyl glucuronide (EtG) and ethyl sulfate (EtS), in urine.
By comparing the changes of metabolites in molecular masses (Delta M), product ions and retention times with those of the parent drug, six metabolites (8-O-methylemodin, o- hydroxyemodin, x-hydroxyemodin, emodin glucuronide, hydroxyemodin glucuronide and emodin sulfate) were observed,and what is more, the metabolite hydroxyemodin glucuronide was first reported in this article.