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- n. A tricyclic heterocyclic compound having two pyridine rings fused with a benzene ring; any of its derivatives
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Either of two metameric nitrogenous hydrocarbon bases, C12H8N2, analogous to phenanthridine, but more highly nitrogenized.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A crystalline base, C12H8N2 + 2H2O, made by heating together metaphenylenediamine, metadinitrobenzene, glycerol, and sulphuric acid.
Each inhibitor was added to the medium used in our biofilm assays at a concentration of 1 mM or, in the case of phenanthroline, the highest concentration (10 µM) that did not limit growth
It was not possible to use either of these inhibitors at a higher concentration either due to issues related to limited solubility in biofilm medium (DIC) or inhibition of growth (phenanthroline), so addressing this possibility will also require detailed analysis of relevant protease mutants.
In contrast, we could not demonstrate significant inhibition of serine or metalloproteases with DIC or phenanthroline.
Adaptation o-phenanthroline technique estimating ferric ferrous iron enriched baby foods
(slightly )  myxothiazol (pMMO, suicide substrate )  o-phenanthroline
< 2, 4 > (12% inhibition ) [2, 6] o-phenanthroline (0.05 mM, 70% inhibition )  oxalate
 o-phenanthroline  p-chloromercuribenzoate < 1, 2 > [1, 3] urea
< 1, 2 > [1, 3, 4] metal chelating agent  o-phenanthroline
 o-iodosobenzoate (inhibition reversed in presence of dithiotreitol )  o-phenanthroline
 o-phenanthroline (complete inhibition at 1 mM )  p-chloromercuribenzoate
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