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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of acetylate.
  • adjective That has been reacted with acetic acid (or one of its derivatives), or has been modified by the attachment of acetyl groups.

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Examples

  • They first measured the level of pituitary and brain beta-endorphin in two forms: the acetylated, nonactive form, and the nonacetylated, active form.

    Alcohol and The Addictive Brain

  • They first measured the level of pituitary and brain beta-endorphin in two forms: the acetylated, nonactive form, and the nonacetylated, active form.

    Alcohol and The Addictive Brain

  • The interpretation of these numbers appears to be this: in the original reaction with the lignocellulose it is the cellulose residue which is acetylated, and at the same time condensed.

    Researches on Cellulose 1895-1900

  • The cellulose residue which undergoes condensation is not of the normal constitution, since the normal cellulose is acetylated without condensation (see p. 41).

    Researches on Cellulose 1895-1900

  • ~ -- The cellulose dibenzoate (C_ {12} basis) and the jute monobenzoate were acetylated under comparative conditions The results were as follows:

    Researches on Cellulose 1895-1900

  • The optical activity of tannin is expressed in this formula and its probability is corroborated by Nierenstein, who was able to resolve the acetylated tannin by fractional precipitation into pentacetyl tannin

    Synthetic Tannins

  • A geranium oil containing 26.9 per cent. of ester, calculated as geranyl tiglate, was acetylated, after saponification, to liberate the combined geraniol, and 2.3825 grammes of the acetylated oil required 9.1 c.c. of

    The Handbook of Soap Manufacture

  • Scientists have known for decades that proteins can be acetylated on their lysine residues, but the modification was long seen as the poor cousin to phosphorylation, which can activate or deactivate countless processes in living cells.

    Engineering News: Latest News

  • Scientists have known for decades that proteins can be acetylated on their lysine residues, but the modification was long seen as the poor cousin to phosphorylation, which can activate or deactivate countless processes in living cells.

    Engineering News: Latest News

  • Chunaram Choudhary, a biochemist at the University of Copenhagen, found that thousands of additional proteins are acetylated, including some involved in cell division and DNA repair.

    Engineering News: Latest News

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