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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,
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).
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.