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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of hydroxylate.
- adj. That has been modified by hydroxylation
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Containing the hydroxyl group or radical.
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“The color was all wrong, and the two flaccid chunks were floating in a sea of ‘molasses, wheat starch, calcium sterate, soy flower, [and] hydroxylated soy lecithin.’”
Thyroid hormone status of newborns in relation to utero exposure to PCBs and hydroxylated PCB metabolites.
Polybrominated Dipheny ethers (PBDEs) and bioaccumulative hydroxylated PBDE metabolites in young humans from Managua, Nicaragua.
The evidence, however, does not carry us farther than the probability of union by complicated groups and of large dimensions; for not only is the lignone isolated in condensed and non-hydroxylated forms, but the cellulose also is not hydrated or hydrolysed further than in the ratio
The latter are formaldehyde-condensation products of sulphonated tar oils, or the hydroxylated derivatives of the latter.
In alkalies, the hydroxylated triphenylmethanes dissolve without imparting any colour to the solution; by concentrated sulphuric acid they are taken up with intense coloration.
Both D3 and D2 precursors are hydroxylated in the liver and kidneys to form 25 - hydroxyvitamin D (25 (OH) D), the non-active 'storage' form, and 1,25-dihydroxyvitamin D
Generally, HIF-1α is degraded in an oxygen-dependent manner through the activity of PHD2 enzyme, which hydroxylates HIF-1α on proline residues 402 and 564, and this hydroxylated form is bound by the E3 ubiquitin ligase
Comprehensive metabolomic analyses revealed significantly reduced levels of 28-36 carbon-containing hydroxylated polyunsaturated ultra long-chain fatty-acids in all three independent cohorts of CRC patient samples relative to controls.
A novel comprehensive metabolomics technology was used to identify a systemic metabolic dysregulation comprising previously unknown hydroxylated polyunsaturated ultra-long chain fatty acid metabolites in CRC patients.
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