Acid

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amino acid   (aminoácidos)

It is the only achiral proteinogenic amino acid.

As an amino acid, proline is present in many proteins.

It has a conserved IKAD sequence at amino acid 220-223.

fatty acid   (ácido graso)

in the production of fatty acid esters and alcohols.

n-6 DPA is an ω-6 fatty acid with the trivial name osbond acid.

It converts monoacylglycerols to the free fatty acid and glycerol.

sulfuric acid   (ácido sulfúrico)

HBr requires refluxing with a sulfuric acid catalyst.

: either cyanide, or sulfuric acid, or pyrophosphate.

They are converted into sulfuric acid and nitric acid.

acetic acid   (ácido acético)

It is the ester of ethoxyethanol and acetic acid.

", acetic acid in water, ethanol, or methanol).

Ethyl acetate hydrolyses to give acetic acid and ethanol.

hydrochloric acid   (ácido clorhídrico)

Spurious phases are then dissolved in hot hydrochloric acid.

HC smoke contains hydrochloric acid and is harmful to breathe.

The trans product is then formed by reaction with hydrochloric acid.

nucleic acid   (ácido nucleico)

Orotidine itself is not a component of nucleic acid.

In addition, it inhibits nucleic acid synthesis.

In 1929, Levene identified deoxyribose sugar in "thymus nucleic acid" (DNA).

nitric acid   (Ácido nítrico)

It used sulfamic acid, formaldehyde, and nitric acid.

They are converted into sulfuric acid and nitric acid.

An important derivative is nitric acid.

lactic acid

Of special interest are lactic acid bacteria (LAB).

Creams, especially those with silicone and lactic acid are also helpful.

These bacteria ferment carbohydrates to lactic acid, which preserves the input.

acid sequence   (secuencia ácida)

The amino acid sequence ranges from 599 (GAT1) to 700 for glycine transporters.

Mutations altering the amino acid sequence of proteins (K) are the least common.

These tests vary in which nucleic acid sequence they detect and vary in their accuracy.

acid residues

The amino acid residues are always joined by peptide bonds.

These domains are rich in acidic and basic amino acid residues.

There are different hydrophobicity scales of amino acid residues.

citric acid

In the citric acid cycle all the intermediates (e.g.

Its taste is more acidic (due to citric acid).

In the absence of oxygen, the citric acid cycle ceases.

amino acid sequence   (secuencia de aminoácidos)

The amino acid sequence ranges from 599 (GAT1) to 700 for glycine transporters.

Mutations altering the amino acid sequence of proteins (K) are the least common.

The amino acid sequence for C19orf44 was found to be serine rich using tools on EMBL-EBI.

carboxylic acid

From the carboxylic acid, another route can be taken.

It is the simplest aromatic carboxylic acid.

glycosaminoglycans), carboxylic acid (e.g.

amino acid residues   (residuos de aminoácidos)

The amino acid residues are always joined by peptide bonds.

These domains are rich in acidic and basic amino acid residues.

There are different hydrophobicity scales of amino acid residues.

acid rain

The term "acid rain" was coined in 1872 by Robert Angus Smith.

Soil biology and chemistry can be seriously damaged by acid rain.

Released sulfur dioxide is one of the primary precursors of acid rain.

uric acid

The potential role of the pro-oxidant role of uric acid in (e.g.)

It is the product of the oxidation of uric acid by urate oxidase.

The bladder is small as nitrogenous waste is excreted as uric acid.

acid house

is a cover of the 1988 acid house track "Where's Your Child?"

In the late 1980s and early 1990s, rave culture began to emerge from the house and acid house scene.

Flint then worked as a roofer and later enthusiastically embraced the acid house scene of the late 1980s.

folic acid

Low dietary intake of the vitamin folic acid can also cause mild hyperhomocysteinemia.

In contrast, animals given aminopterin in an amount of 0.041 mg/kg/day x 6 days without folic acid died.

Marmite is rich in B vitamins including thiamin (B), riboflavin (B), niacin (B), folic acid (B) and vitamin B.

arachidonic acid   (ácido araquidónico)

The enzyme also hydroxylates arachidonic acid (i.e.

This reduces the generation of prostaglandins (PGs) from arachidonic acid.

It is formed by the stepwise elongation and desaturation of arachidonic acid i.e.

phosphoric acid

The phosphoric acid used in colas was thought to be a possible cause.

60% of all sulfuric acid produced is used to generate phosphoric acid.

Efflorescence can often be removed from concrete using phosphoric acid.

acid cycle   (ciclo ácido)

In the citric acid cycle all the intermediates (e.g.

In the absence of oxygen, the citric acid cycle ceases.

Catabolism does not involve a complete citric acid cycle.

formic acid   (ácido fórmico)

Formamide Formamide, also known as methanamide, is an amide derived from formic acid.

Under anaerobic conditions the bacterium is a heterofermentator producing ethanol, and formic acid.

Human studies show that formic acid is excreted faster than it is formed after ingestion of aspartame.

ascorbic acid

The amount of ascorbic acid can be calculated by Faraday's law.

This step yields ascorbic acid.

Eighty percent of the world's supply of ascorbic acid is produced in China.

carbonic acid

The CO combines with HO to form carbonic acid (HCO).

"Corrosion" is the dissolving of rock by carbonic acid in sea water.

The hydration equilibrium constant of carbonic acid is formula_1 (at 25 °C).

glutamic acid

It consists of 1 glutamic acid rich region and 1 proline rich region.

At position 26 there is a change in the amino acid, from glutamic acid to lysine (E26K).

"Shimeji" is rich in umami tasting compounds such as guanylic acid, glutamic acid, and aspartic acid.

sulphuric acid

Peat forest destruction is causing sulphuric acid pollution of the rivers.

The air has high concentrations of sulphuric acid fumes and the ground has hundreds of tons of toxic waste.

Dover returned to his medical roots and directed the surgeons in their work, ordering them to bleed the ill in both arms and to give them a diluted sulphuric acid drink.

citric acid cycle   (ciclo del ácido cítrico)

In the citric acid cycle all the intermediates (e.g.

In the absence of oxygen, the citric acid cycle ceases.

Catabolism does not involve a complete citric acid cycle.

linoleic acid

Two essential fatty acids are linoleic acid (LA) and alpha-linolenic acid (ALA).

Di-deuterated linoleic acid is recognized by cells as identical to the natural linoleic acid.

acid sequences

TcdA and TcdB share 63% homology in their amino acid sequences.

Such evidence has come from two areas: amino acid sequences and DNA sequences.

""The methionine residues of amino acid sequences are highlighted in Figure 1.

retinoic acid

Besides that, tolerogenic DCs also may produce retinoic acid (RA), which induces Treg differentiation.

The retinoic acid receptors (RARs) regulate cell differentiation and proliferation whereas RXRs regulate apoptosis.

This enzyme is involved in the catabolism of all-trans- and 9-cis-retinoic acid, and thus contributes to the regulation of retinoic acid levels in cells and tissues.

hydrofluoric acid

However, it dissolves in hydrofluoric acid, in which it forms an adduct with water, .

At Vamonos Pest, Walt and Todd prepare a barrel of hydrofluoric acid for Mike's dead body.

Contact with acid should be avoided, as this forms highly toxic/corrosive hydrofluoric acid.

aspartic acid

Nicotinic acid can be synthesized from tryptophan or aspartic acid.

(1974) established a direct date of 110 ka, measured by aspartic acid racemisation.

"Shimeji" is rich in umami tasting compounds such as guanylic acid, glutamic acid, and aspartic acid.

acid metabolism   (metabolismo ácido)

These include Crassulacean acid metabolism, carbon fixation, and pyrenoids.

It is biosynthesised through normal amino acid metabolism and is toxic in high concentrations.

GLTPD1 is involved in the fatty acid metabolism, while AKT2 pertains to the glucose metabolism and insulin signaling.

salicylic acid   (ácido salicílico)

Small amounts of salicylic acid are also hydroxylated to gentisic acid.

As much as 80% of therapeutic doses of salicylic acid is metabolized in the liver.

More recent data also suggest salicylic acid and its derivatives modulate signaling through NF-κB.

acid mine drainage   (drenaje de ácido minero)

This process is called acid mine drainage.

Tunnels such as the Hoffman Drainage Tunnel have been a cause of acid mine drainage.

Among their fears was the potential for acid mine drainage that results from sulfides mixing with air or water.

oxalic acid

The carboxyl group tends to dimerise to form oxalic acid.

The acid when fused with caustic alkalis yields oxalic acid.

With the addition of oxalic acid, the yttrium oxalate precipitates.

amino acid sequences

TcdA and TcdB share 63% homology in their amino acid sequences.

Such evidence has come from two areas: amino acid sequences and DNA sequences.

""The methionine residues of amino acid sequences are highlighted in Figure 1.

benzoic acid

Salts of benzoic acid are used as food preservatives.

Food-grade benzoic acid is now produced synthetically.

A substituted benzoic acid, it is used in alkyd resins.

acid bacteria

Of special interest are lactic acid bacteria (LAB).

Lactic acid bacteria have antagonistic properties that make them particularly useful as biopreservatives.

Its natural fermentation provides different strains of lactic acid bacteria involved in each fermentation.

oleic acid

This reaction is practiced in the production of azelaic acid ((CH)(COH)) from oleic acid.

Ethyl oleate Ethyl oleate is a fatty acid ester formed by the condensation of oleic acid and ethanol.

They also contain substantial dietary fiber, the monounsaturated fat, oleic acid, and the polyunsaturated fat, linoleic acid.

boric acid

The halides react with water to form boric acid.

Mild solutions of boric acid have been used as eye antiseptics.

Gay-Lussac and Thénard used iron to reduce boric acid at high temperatures.

acid jazz

"Chuck Rock II" uses an acid jazz soundtrack.

The track has disco and Italo house influences and "chopped up bits of acid jazz".

He started with the jazz fusion band Kafo in 1985, then joined acid jazz band Snowboy.

acid synthesis

In addition, it inhibits nucleic acid synthesis.

Other organisms use transaminases for amino acid synthesis, too.

The cytosolic acetyl-CoA is used for fatty acid synthesis and the production of cholesterol.

bile acid   (ácido biliar)

Glycodeoxycholic acid Glycodeoxycholic acid is a bile acid derived from deoxycholic acid and glycine.

Due to safety concerns, many physicians prefer to use bile acid sequestrants and fenofibrate as these are licensed in children.

Heterozygous FH is normally treated with statins, bile acid sequestrants, or other lipid-lowering agents that lower cholesterol levels.

sialic acid

The receptor for bovine parvovirus 1 is sialic acid.

sialic acid) and deoxy modifications (e.g.

ISSD is the most severe form of the sialic acid storage diseases.

acid rock

This ground water increased the potential for acid rock drainage from the mine.

He also highlights the album's "influences from traditional Indian and Arabic music and acid rock."

It grows on several types of rock substrate, such as acid rock, sandstone, quartz, and granitic rock.