from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. The dialdehyde ethanedial derived from ethylene glycol; it is used in the preparation of modified starch for the paper industry.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A white, amorphous, deliquescent powder, (CO.H)2, obtained by the partial oxidation of glycol. It is a double aldehyde, between glycol and oxalic acid.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A white, amorphous, deliquescent solid (CHO.CHO), soluble in water and alcohol. It is an aldehyde of oxalic acid.
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MVK will further react to give methyl glyoxal, which is also a product of the photooxidation of alkylated benzenes like toluene and xylene.
It forms a significant amount of methyl glyoxal, and that was what I was looking for.
The next one is methyl glyoxal, with a single added methyl group: H(C=O)(C=O)CH3.
Methyl glyoxal photolyzes like crazy, and it turned out to be the powerful radical source in the toluene system when we were earlier studying toluene.
The resins most commonly used for these purposes are urea, glyoxal, carbonate, and melamine formaldehyde compounds.
During mycobacterial infection of macrophages, the cellular levels of methyl glyoxal (MG) [a physiological product of various metabolic pathways] , are elevated.
Thornalley PJ (2008) Protein and nucleotide damage by glyoxal and methylglyoxal in physiological systems - role in ageing and disease.
Concomitantly, inactivation of oppD was associated with lowered levels of methyl glyoxal in infected macrophages and reduced apoptosis-inducing ability of the mutant.
Methyl glyoxal (MG) levels in M. tuberculosis H37Rv and OppD-KO
DDD Limited, the medicine's licence holder, is carrying out the precautionary recall due to the presence of very small amounts of a contaminant, glyoxal, in the product.