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sul·fo·nyl

 (sŭl′fə-nĭl′)
n.
The bivalent group SO2. Also called sulfuryl.

sulfonyl

(ˈsʌlfənɪl)
n
(Chemistry) the US preferred spelling of sulphuryl

sul•fo•nyl

(ˈsʌl fə nɪl)

adj.
the bivalent group SO2.
[1915–20]
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For DOSS docking, the basic lysine 367 residue has a strong hydrogen bond with a sulfonyl oxygen (see Supplemental Material, Figure S3B).
Twenty-four further contributions then cover materials including vinyl monomers, cannabis indica fibers, jute fibers, hydroxypropyl methylcellulose, oxidized regenerated cellulose, polyacrylamide, cellulose nanowhisker, and sulfonyl terminals; techniques such as azide alkyne cycloaddition, gamma and electron beam irradiation, radical polymerization, UV grafting, self-assembly, and click chemistry; perspectives on the field in general including an assessment of progress in the field and characterization of copolymers; and applications such as toxin removal, antimicrobial activity, bleeding control, wound healing, intelligent response, and drug delivery.
1] in the spectrum of p-PSDA were assigned as symmetric and asymmetric S=O stretching bands of sulfonyl groups [22].
Glyburide is a second generation sulfonyl urea oral hypoglycaemic agent (OHA).
Recently, we described the Pd-catalyzed intramolecular N-arylation of some 2-aminopyrroles containing a (2-chlorophenyl) sulfonyl group at the 3-position to give a novel tricyclic ring system.
The method is comprised of attaching a reactive group X--Y to a surface of a pigment; and subsequently displacing Y with an organic substrate N--S--ZM to form a surface-modified pigment having attached X--N--S--ZM; wherein X is a sulfonyl, phosphoryl, or 1,3,5-triazine group; Y is fluorine, chlorine, bromine or iodine; N is an amine, an imine, a pyridine, or a thiol group; S is substituted or unsubstituted alkyls, aryls, or polymer chains having a molecular weight range from approximately 300-8000; Z is a carboxyl, sulfonyl, phenolic, phosphoryl, ammonium, trimethylammonium, or tri-butylammonium group; and M is a halide, a negatively charged ion, a proton n salt form, or a cation in salt form.
The buffer contained a cocktail of antiproteases (PMSF [phenylmethyl sulfonyl fluoride], EDTA [ethylenediamine-tetraacetic acid], aprotinin).
The 1988 molecular probes patent [5] reported the synthesis of BODIPY dyes tagged with hydrazide and sulfonyl hydrazide moieties.
3) Hetero atom function (X) = binder functional groups such as phosphato, pyrophosphato, sulfonyl, carboxyl, etc.
Buffered C, tapioca C, cassava C, and vitamin C combined with ribose and methyl sulfonyl methane provide better oral absorption and less intolerance than regular corn-based vitamin C.
These researchers also investigated the photocatalytic activity of synthesized nanocoatings for destruction of pollutants (such as sulfonyl red pigment) and analyzed the effect of factors like heat treatment temperature, thin layer nature, number of layers and structural properties (grain size) on the kinetic of photo destruction reaction.