quinol


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quinol

(ˈkwɪnɒl)
n
(Elements & Compounds) another name for hydroquinone
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The cannabinoid quinol VCE-004.8 alleviates bleomycin-induced scleroderma and exerts potent antifibrotic effects through peroxisome proliferator-activated receptor-y and CB2 pathways.
and Gary Sales also wound up with a 72 to share fifth place with the Elmer Salvador-Martin Guiang and Ramil Bisera-Jondi Quinol tandems, who both closed out with 73s.
Function-directed mutagenesis of the cytochrome b6f complex in Chlamydomonas reinhardtii: involvement of the cd loop of cytochrome b6 in quinol binding to then Qo site.
In the quinol form (the reduced form of quinone), CoQ represents an efficient antioxidant in the body [28].
Plastid terminal oxidase (PTOX), a thylakoid membrane-located quinol oxidase, exists widely in photosynthetic species including higher plants and algae (McDonald et al., 2011).
The soils contained Walkley-Black organic C of 1.4% and 1.3%, and had 810 (soil A) and 560 (soil B) mg/kg of Mn reducible by 0.2% quinol in 1 M ammonium acetate at pH 7 (Leeper 1947), and a further 180 and 100 mg/kg, respectively, of Mn reducible by 0.4% sodium dithionite in 1 m ammonium acetate at pH 7.
Another study revealed that E2 can prevent lipid peroxidation by sacrificing itself, resulting in a quinol product [75].
Diana et al., "Antitumour benzothiazoles--part 10: the synthesis and antitumour activity of benzothiazole substituted quinol derivatives," Bioorganic and Medicinal Chemistry Letters, vol.
With the advancement in the synthesis of carbazomycin alkaloids, Carbazomycins G and H, which contain a unique quinol moiety, became an attractive synthetic target for several groups due to their challenging congested substitution pattern and their well-known biological activities.
Insecticides in Chinese medicinal plants: survey leading to jacaranone, a neurotoxicant and glutathione-reactive quinol. J Agric Food Chem 51:2544-2547.