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  • n. The hydrazone derivative of benzaldehyde; it is used in the analysis of sugars.


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  • On standing with 60\% sulphuric acid for some time, it is converted into the isomeric acetaldehyde-phenylhydrazone,

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  • Addition of 4 µM (final) carbonyl cyanide 4 (trifluoromethoxy) phenylhydrazone (FCCP) was used to produce an inverse effect, decreasing the mitochondrial NADH fluorescence and increasing FP oxidation (and thus fluorescence).

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  • When using the substrates pyruvate and malate, in the presence of carbonyl cyanide 4-trifluoromethoxy phenylhydrazone for maximum (state V) respiration, LPS induced a significant decrease in complex I activity of both nigral (80. 9\% of control, p = 0.035) and striatal (81. 2\% of control, p = 0.032) mitochondria.

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