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al·lyl

(al'il),
The monovalent radical, CH2=CHCH2-.

allyl

/al·lyl/ (al´il) a univalent radical, —CH2dbondCHCH2.

allyl

(al′ĭl) [L. allium, garlic + -yl]
C3H5; a univalent unsaturated radical found in garlic and mustard.
allylic (ă-lil′ik), adjective

allyl

a univalent organic group previously used in the manufacture of pharmaceuticals.

allyl alcohol
a potent cause of hepatic necrosis. Metabolized in the liver by alcohol dehydrogenase to acrolein, the hepatoxin.
allyl formate
has the same effect as allyl alcohol.
allyl isothiocyanate
used as a counterirritant and in the manufacture of war gases. Called also volatile oil of mustard. Occurs naturally in members of the plant family Cruciferae which cause acute indigestion in cattle.
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In order to use the resulting hyperbranched PAEKs (HBP-OH) as BMI resin modifiers, we converted their end groups into allyl groups by etherification.
Effect of allyl isothiocyanate on antioxidants and fruit decay of blueberries.
The protective effect appears to be related to the presence of organosulfur compounds and mainly allyl derivatives, which inhibit carcinogenesis in the forestomach, esophagus, colon, mammary gland, and lung of experimental animals.
Coatings prepared from allyl methacrylate-based emulsions were prepared and monitored at room temperature.
We compared the activities of the volatile oils of Allium species with allicin and with diallyl sulfide and allyl sulfide, which are the expected decomposition products of allicin.
Similarly, allyl sulfides in onions, chives, leeks, and garlic increase the production of glutathione 5-transferase, an enzyme that may make carcinogens easier to excrete.
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Introduction of chemical crosslinking points into benzoxazine structrue for improving the thermal stability of polybenzoxazines was one of the most common methods, such as allyl (17), cyano (18), acetenyl (19), and high molecular weight prepolymer (20).
One of the compounds - allyl methyl sulphide (AMS) - cannot be broken down during digestion, causing it to be released from the body in the breath and sweat.
Scientists at the University of Georgia undertook a study to determine the effectiveness of three volatile antimicrobials, carvacrol, cinnamaldehyde and allyl isothiocyanate, in inactivating or preventing the growth of Salmonella on the skin surface of whole tomatoes and in the flesh tissue of sliced tomatoes.
Keywords: Cyclophosphamide; Urotoxicity; Histopathology; Allyl isothiocyanate; Phenyl isothiocyanate