semicarbazide


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semicarbazide

(ˌsɛmɪˈkɑːbəˌzaɪd)
n
an organic nitrogen compound derived from urea
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Finally, substitution at position 4' of griseofulvin 1 or the more potent 2'-benzyloxy analogue 3 with semicarbazide or aminoguanidine increased anticancer activity with improvement of water solubility.
The mixture of compound 3 (10mmol) and semicarbazide hydrochloride (10 mmol) in water (10 mL) was heated at 100[degrees]C for 4h.
Ketones 5a-c were allowed to react with the appropriate arylsemicarbazide 3a-f andlor semicarbazide hydrochloride in ethanol at room temperature to give the respective title compounds 6a-p in moderate yields.
It was found that glucose, semicarbazide Hydrochloride, [K.sub.2]HP[O.sub.4], and pH had significant effects on the production of 3-HPA from glucose by E.
4-Aminoantipyrine (Fluka) 3:4-methylene dioxy benzaldehyde and semicarbazide hydrochloride (all B.D.H./ C.D.H.) were obtained commercial and purified before use (Perrin et al 1966).
Early on in EFSA's life - in October 2003 - it faced an important litmus test when it was faced with telling the public about the risks of semicarbazide in baby food.
Scientists at Reading Scientific Services Ltd (RSSL) have won the race to develop a reliable method for detecting semicarbazide in metal lids.
The European Food Safety Authority has found semicarbazide (SEM) in certain foods packed in glass jars and bottles with metal lids and plastic seals.
The chemical, semicarbazide, or SEM, has been found in certain foods packed in glass jars and bottles with metal lids sealed with plastic gaskets.
TheEuro-pean Food Safety Authority (EFSA) examined the risk of semicarbazide (SEM) which had been found in certain foods packed in glass jars and bottles with metal lids sealed with plastic gaskets.
The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) said any risk from semicarbazide (SEM), which has been found in certain foods packed in glass jars and bottles with metal lids sealed with plastic gaskets, was "very small".