deacetylated

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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of deacetylate.

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Examples

  • Most of an anti-inflammatory dose of aspirin is rapidly deacetylated to form salicylate as the active metabolite.

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  • Removal of arsenic from contaminated water with partially deacetylated shellfish waste (Completion report/Institute of Water Resources/Engineering Experiment Station, University of Alaska) by Huan V Luong

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  • Optimum Nutrition's Chitosan Diet Formula is produced from Chitosan that is 90-95% deacetylated to improve solubility, chelation and emulsion characteristics.

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  • The lower band could be due to immunoprecipitation of a SATB1 interacting protein that is also deacetylated upon Wnt signalling.

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  • Upon treatment with Wnt3a, the reporter activity was stimulated more than 6-fold over 36 h, indicating stabilization of β-catenin and presumably its increased association with deacetylated SATB1.

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  • This stimulant-free weight-loss aid provides 1000 mg of deacetylated Chitosan and 200 mg Vitamin C in each serving.

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  • "It is worthwhile to note that the molecular mass and intrinsic viscosity of gum kondagogu (native as well as deacetylated form) are much higher than the values reported for the other tree gums such as karaya, tragacanth, arabic and guar gum, that are currently available in the world market," wrote Vinod and Sashidhar in the journal Food Chemistry

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  • "It is worthwhile to note that the molecular mass and intrinsic viscosity of gum kondagogu (native as well as deacetylated form) are much higher than the values reported for the other tree gums such as karaya, tragacanth, arabic and guar gum, that are currently available in the world market," wrote Vinod and Sashidhar in the journal Food Chemistry

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  • After a short time, the histones are commonly deacetylated by HDAC, which causes the gene expression to stop.

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  • After a short time, the histones are commonly deacetylated by HDAC, which causes the gene expression to stop.

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