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sulfation

(sʌlˈfeɪʃən)
n
(Elements & Compounds) the US preferred spelling of sulphation
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DS is metabolized by the liver into 4-hydroxy diclofenac and other hydroxylated form then undergo glucuronidation or sulfation followed by biliary and urinary excretion (Mehinto et al., 2010).
Periodically, FLA batteries should be "equalized," which is a controlled overcharge that helps reverse sulfation (lead sulfate crystal growth) on the plates.
The device helps reduce and reverse the effects of sulfation, giving lead-acid batteries longer life and superior performance.
Pregnane X receptor (PXR): PXR turns on sulfation in phase 2 detoxification, regulating the processing of xenobiotic and endogenous compounds.
Its molecular structure is similar to insulin and is synonymously referred to as a 'sulfation factor' with a 'non-suppresible insulin-like activity' with a molecular weight of 7,649 Da.
Wu, The Enhanced Performance of Ceria with Surface Sulfation for Selective Catalytic Reduction of NO by NH3, Catal.
Its proprietary core technologies involve alkylation, sulfonation, sulfation and a number of other specialty operations, including the production of biocidal quats, tertiary amine derivatives, polymers and organometallic fuel additives.
On a structural basis, these glycans have molecular masses of more than 100 kDa (Shanmugam, Ramavat, Mody, Oza, & Tewari, 2001; Maeda et al., 2012) and sulfation occurring at the C-6 of the hydroxyl group of galactose as the major sugar source, with xylose, uronic acid, glucose, arabinose and mannose appearing as common components (Ghosh et al., 2004; Ji et al., 2008; Patel, 2012; Wang et al., 2014; Liang, Liu, Chang, & Pan, 2015).
The main reason for the observed low sulfation levels is the fact that the molar volume of sulfate is larger than that of oxide or carbonate.
Anionic surfactants are mostly derived from carboxylation, sulfation and condensation of fatty acids and phosphoric acid derivatives.
The chemical-specific parameters indispensable for adapting the model to the BP analogs were the [P.sub.TS] and the metabolism parameters for the Michaelis-Menten and substrate inhibition enzyme kinetics, for glucuronidation and sulfation. To the best of our knowledge, no applicable experimental data on the [P.sub.TS] for BPS, BPF, and BPAF were available.
Repeated supra-therapeutic dosing and intentional or unintentional overdose usage may result in hepatic failure.1 Acetaminophen is metabolized by glucuronidation and sulfation in liver.