carbamyl


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car·ba·myl

(kar'bă-mil),
Former spelling of carbamoyl.

car·bam·o·yl

(kahr-bam'ō-ĭl)
The acyl radical, NH2-CO-, the transfer of which plays an important role in certain biochemical reactions.
Synonym(s): carbamyl.
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General procedure for the synthesis of carbamyl compounds (5a-d)
A number of compounds bearing sulfamyl and carbamyl groups are synthesized according to the protocol outlined in scheme-1.
Inactivation of bovine glutamate dehydrogenase by carbamyl phosphate and cyanate.
Sequential up-regulation of thyroid hormone b receptor, ornithine transcarbamylase and carbamyl phosphate synthetase mRNAs in the liver of Rana catesbeiana tadpoles during spontaneous and thyroid hormone-induced metamorphosis.
3]-aspartate, 15 mmol/L carbamyl phosphate, and 50 mmol/L triethanolamine HCl (pH 7.
The accumulation of carbamyl phosphate, which is associated with inherited defects of the urea cycle, stimulates the pyrimidine de novo pathway, leading to increased production of orotate.
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Protonation of cyanate leads to the formation of isocyanic acid, which reacts with the a and e amino groups on proteins, forming a carbamyl moiety (37).