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*  Thiophenol - Wikipedia
All have a sulfhydryl group (-SH) covalently bonded to an aromatic ring. The organosulfur ligand in the medicine thiomersal is ... a sulfur-containing compound and when used before a root word name for a compound which would normally contain an oxygen atom, ... Thiophenols, especially in the presence of base are easily oxidized to diphenyl disulfide: 2 C6H5SH + 1/2 O2 → C6H5S-SC6H5 + ... There are several methods of synthesis for thiophenol and related compounds, although thiophenol itself is usually purchased ...
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*  Allium species poisoning in dogs and cats
The primary toxicological mechanism of Allium-derived organosulfur compounds is oxidative hemolysis, which occurs when the ... decreased blood oxygen transportation capacity, and, ultimately, impaired delivery of oxygen to tissues (48, 49). ... Plant poisoning is not a usual disease in dogs and cats, since plants are not a common compound of their diet. However, they ... Di-propyl-disulfide (H7C3S2C3H7) and allyl propylisulfide (H5C3S2C3H7) have been implicated in onion-induced hemolytic anemia ( ...
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*  Sulfur - Wikipedia
Organosulfur compounds are responsible for some of the unpleasant odors of decaying organic matter. They are widely known as ... Compounds with carbon-sulfur multiple bonds are uncommon, an exception being carbon disulfide, a volatile colorless liquid that ... The so-called sulfate-reducing bacteria, by contrast, "breathe sulfate" instead of oxygen. They use organic compounds or ... An important S-N compound is the cage tetrasulfur tetranitride (S4N4). Heating this compound gives polymeric sulfur nitride (( ...
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*  Disulfide - Wikipedia
Disulfide is also used to refer to compounds that contain two sulfide (S2−) centers. The compound carbon disulfide, CS2 is ... Oxygen also behaves similarly, e.g. in peroxides such as H2O2. Examples: Iron disulfide (FeS2), e.g. the mineral pyrite (V(S2)2 ... Disulfide bonds are usually formed from the oxidation of sulfhydryl (−SH) groups, especially in biological contexts. The ... Cremlyn, R. J. (1996). An Introduction to Organosulfur Chemistry. Chichester: John Wiley and Sons. ISBN 0-471-95512-4. Sevier, ...
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*  Thiol - Wikipedia
In organic chemistry, a thiol (/ˈθaɪɔːl/, /ˈθaɪɒl/) is an organosulfur compound that contains a carbon-bonded sulfhydryl (R-SH ... an oxidation reaction can generate a cystine unit with a disulfide bond (-S-S-). Disulfide bonds can contribute to a protein's ... These compounds are detectable by the human nose at concentrations of only 10 parts per billion. Human sweat contains (R)/(S)-3 ... Because sulfur is a larger element than oxygen, the C-S bond lengths, typically around 180 picometers in length, is about 40 ...
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*  Sulfur Resource | Learn About, Share and Discuss Sulfur At Like2do.com
... such as hydrogen sulfide and organosulfur compounds.. *^ a b c Greenwood, Norman N.; Earnshaw, Alan (1997). Chemistry of the ... Compounds with carbon-sulfur multiple bonds are uncommon, an exception being carbon disulfide, a volatile colorless liquid that ... The so-called sulfate-reducing bacteria, by contrast, "breathe sulfate" instead of oxygen. They use organic compounds or ... An important S-N compound is the cage tetrasulfur tetranitride (S4N4). Heating this compound gives polymeric sulfur nitride (( ...
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*  Sulfur
See also Category: sulfur compounds and organosulfur chemistry Applications. One of the direct uses of sulfur is in ... 4-disulfide are used to replace oxygen from some organic molecules with sulfur. ... This compound also has unusual electrical and optical properties. This polymer can be made from tetrasulfur tetranitride S4N4. ... through its sulfhydryl (-SH) moiety. Many important cellular enzymes use prosthetic groups ending with -SH moieties to handle ...
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*  Human Metabolome Database: Showing metabocard for Oxidized glutathione (HMDB0003337)
Organosulfur compound. *Primary amine. *Aliphatic acyclic compound. Molecular Framework. Aliphatic acyclic compounds. ... Oxidized glutathione is a glutathione dimer formed by a disulfide bond between the cysteine sulfhydryl side chains during the ... Organopnictogen compound. *Primary aliphatic amine. *Hydrocarbon derivative. *Organic oxygen compound. *Organic nitrogen ... This compound belongs to the class of chemical entities known as oligopeptides. These are organic compounds containing a ...
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*  Thiol - Wikipedia
Thiol (/ˈθaɪɔːl/, /ˈθaɪɒl/)[1] is an organosulfur compound that contains a carbon-bonded sulfhydryl (-SH) group (where R ... an oxidation reaction can generate a cystine unit with a disulfide bond (-S-S-). Disulfide bonds can contribute to a protein's ... The spray of skunks consists mainly of low-molecular-weight thiols and derivatives.[9][10][11][12][13] These compounds are ... Because sulfur is a larger element than oxygen, the C-S bond lengths, typically around 180 picometers in length, is about 40 ...
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*  Disulfide
a common organic disulfide. Symmetrical disulfides are compounds of the formula R2S2. Most disulfides encountered in organo ... Disulfide is also used to refer to compounds that contain two sulfide (S2−) centers. The compound carbon disulfide, CS2 is ... Oxygen also behaves similarly, e.g. in peroxides such as H2O2. Examples: *Iron disulfide (FeS2), e.g. the mineral pyrite (V(S2) ... Disulfide bonds are usually formed from the oxidation of sulfhydryl (−SH) groups, especially in biological contexts.[3] The ...
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*  green tea
... singlet oxygen, skin elasticity, sulfur compounds, sulfur-containing antioxidants, superoxide dismutase, superoxides, ... Involvement in reactions that convert disulfides (S-S) to the important sulfhydryl group (S-H). ... organosulfur compounds including the isothiocyanate, L-sulforaphane, from broccoli and the thiosulfonate allicin, from garlic. ... The biological importance of ribose relates to the fact that it is the rate-limiting compound that regulates the activity of ...
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*  S-sulfhydration as a cellular redox regulation | Bioscience Reports
... main organosulfur compound occurring in garlic called allicin is unstable and rapidly decomposes mostly to diallyl disulfide ( ... 2009) Biological properties of garlic and garlic-derived organosulfur compounds. Environ. Mol. Mutagen. 50:247-265, doi:10.1002 ... Reactive oxygen species (ROS), life threatening products of incomplete oxygen reduction, which damage biomolecules and impair ... other sulfhydryl groups, cyanide). Not only enzymes involved in sulfur metabolism, like CSE, MST, Rhd but also proteins ...
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*  Plus it
One recent study showed that diallyl disulfide, a chemopreventive organosulfur compound from garlic, increased p21Cip1/Waf1 ... In the cytoplasmic and nuclear extracts of HEK293 cells treated with the test compounds (Fig. 3, A and B ⇓ , respectively), 100 ... Gray, carbon atoms; red, oxygen atoms; blue, nitrogen; yellow, sulfur; green, Zn. Dotted lines, the modeled carboxylate-Zn ... Dinkova-Kostova AT, Holtzclaw WD, Cole RN, et al Direct evidence that sulfhydryl groups of Keap1 are the sensors regulating ...
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*  bioflavonoids
... organosulfur compounds including the isothiocyanate, L-sulforaphane, from broccoli and the thiosulfonate allicin, from garlic. ... Involvement in reactions that convert disulfides (S-S) to the important sulfhydryl group (S-H). ... ORAC stands for "oxygen radical absorbance capacity." An ORAC test measures antioxidant capacities in vitro (test tube). ... The biological importance of ribose relates to the fact that it is the rate-limiting compound that regulates the activity of ...
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