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  • They are visualised using Napthal Black or Amido Black staining.
  • Amido Black can be either methanol or water based as it readily dissolves in both.
  • Some of the most effective directing substituent groups are alkoxy, amido, sulfoxide, sulfonyl.
  • A variety of related amido and nitrido materials with chloride, bromide, and hydroxide are known.
  • On top of that, the Weerman-Test could be used to show whether a hydroxylic group is beside the amido group.
  • Many kinds of donor groups have been incorporated into the arms of these ligands, including amido, and N-heterocyclic carbenes.
  • In 1995, a molybdenum ( III ) amido complex was discovered that cleaved N 2 to give the corresponding molybdenum ( VI ) nitride.
  • The indulines are prepared as mentioned above from aminoazo compounds, or by condensing oxy-and amido-quinones with phenylated ortho-diamines.
  • The Hartwig group found that " reductive elimination can occur from either a four-coordinate bisphosphine or three-coordinate monophosphine arylpalladium amido complex.
  • This enzyme belongs to the family of ligases, specifically those forming carbon-nitrogen bonds carbon-nitrogen ligases with glutamine as amido-N-donor.
  • SEA ligation involves the reaction of a peptide featuring a C-terminal " bis " ( 2-sulfanylethyl ) amido group with a Cys peptide.
  • GOGAT isoenzymes catalyze the transfer of the amido nitrogen of glutamine to 2-oxoglutarate using pyridine nucleotides ( NADH-/ NADPH-dependent ) or ferredoxin ( ferredoxin dependant ) as reductants.
  • "' Amido black 10B "'is an amino acid staining diazo dye used in biochemical research to stain for total protein on transferred membrane blots, such as the western blot.
  • A mixture of ultrafine powder CuO / Cu 2 ( OH ) 3 Cl has been shown to be good in photo-catalytic decolorization of dyes, such as amido black, and indigo carmine.
  • At room temperature the compound is a monomeric liquid with two-coordinate Fe centers possessing S 4 symmetry, in the solid state it forms a dimer with trigonal planar iron centers and bridging amido groups.
  • In peptide synthesis, an amino-protected amino acid is bound to a solid phase material ( most commonly, low cross-linked polystyrene beads ), forming a covalent bond between the carbonyl group and the resin, most often an amido or an ester bond.
  • The oxidation of the glycols led him to homologues of lactic acid, and a controversy about the constitution of the latter with Adolph Wilhelm Hermann Kolbe resulted in the discovery of many new facts and in a better understanding of the relations between the oxy-and the amido-acids.
  • This reaction can be considered to be an intramolecular " N "-glycosidation that goes through an intramolecular 1, 5-hydrogen abstraction promoted by an " N "-amido radical followed by oxidation of the transient C-radical intermediate to an oxycarbenium ion, which is subsequently trapped by an internal nucleophile.
  • The reaction is initiated by oxidative addition of the aryl bromide to Pd ( 0 ) ( 1 ), proceeded by the formation of the key intermediate palladium ( aryl ) amido complex 2, which then undergoes intramolecular syn-migratory insertion of the alkene into the Pd-N bond to yield 3 to generate the product via reductive elimination "'( Scheme 2 ) " '.
  • The nutritional value of 100 g of dry nest includes 49.9 g of water-soluble protein ( including amido nitrogen, monoamine nitrogen, non-amino nitrogen, arginine, humin, histidine, lysine and cysteine ), 30.6 g carbohydrate ( glycoprotein and mucin ), 4.9 g iron, 2.5 g inorganic salt ( including potassium, sodium, calcium, magnesium, sulfur, phosphorus, silica and other trace elements ), and 1.4 g fiber ( Dictionary of Traditional Chinese Medicine, The History of Chinese Medicine and the Nutrition Table ).