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  • n. Any salt or ester of glutaric acid.

Etymologies

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glutaric +‎ -ate

Examples

  • [1] glutarate [2] laevulinate [2] malonate [2] oxaloacetate

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  • < 1, 3 > [9] glutarate [40] glutarate < 1, 9 > (competitive inhibitor with respect to 2-oxoglutarate, noncompetitive with respect to Fe2+ [16]) [16, 40] hydralazine

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  • (glutarate,, competitive inhibition with respect to 2-oxoglutarate and noncompetitive with respect to Fe2+ and the peptide substrate [2]) [2] 4.2

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  • (7.5 mM, 50% inhibition [2]) [2] desacetylvindoline (product inhibition, noncompetitive vs. 2-oxo - glutarate [2]) [2] succinate

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  • < 1,3 > (doxorubicin, < 1,3 > competitive inhibitor with respect to 2-oxo - glutarate, in concentrations not exceeding 0.02 mM, competitive inhibition is also found with respect to ascorbate [7]) [7] 0.04

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  • (3-oxoglutarate,, competitive inhibition with respect to 2-oxo - glutarate and noncompetitive with respect to Fe2+ and the peptide substrate [2]) [2] 3.1

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  • (glutarate) [40] 1. 5-2.1 (isocitrate, calculated from the slopes or intercepts [28]) [28] 1.6

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  • (glutarate) [16] 5.8 (benzene 1,3-dicarboxylate) [16] 5.9

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  • 24, 6493-6499 (1985) [50] De Waal, A.; Hartog, A.F.; de Jong, L.: Photoaffinity labeling of the 2-oxo - glutarate binding site of prolyl 4-hydroxylase with 5-azidopyridine-2-carb - oxylic acid.

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