carbamylation

car·ba·myl·a·tion

(kar'bă-mil-ā'shŭn),
Former spelling of carbamoylation.
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Protein carbamylation links inflammation, smoking, uremia and atherogenesis.
The health effects of chronic exposure to environmental HNCO are unknown, although Roberts and colleagues note the concentrations they measured in smoke "cause carbamylation at physiologically significant levels.
3 with dose) Erythropoietic Yes Yes activity Use Anaemia Rx-CKD Anaemia Rx-CKD AsialoEPO Carbamylated erythropoietin Molecular weight, kDa 30-34 40 N-linked 0 Carbamylation of oligosaccharide lysines in EPO-- chains homocitrulline residues Sialic acid residues <0.
Biological influences to glycation, anemia--including iron deficiency and sickle cell disease, polycythemia and altered red blood cell lifespan, and pregnancy1 can influence the accuracy of HbA1c, as can carbamylation in uremic patients and acetylation.
Jonesboro pressure assembly Jan Larsen, Trosa, Sweden Prevention and treatment Sudhir Shah, Little University of of atherosclerosis by Rock Arkansas Board reducing carbamylation of Alexei Basnakian, of Trustees.
The researchers found that proteins in the bloodstream, when damaged by a process called carbamylation, change the way cells behave, promoting the accumulation of harmful substances in the arteries and raising the risk of heart disease.
Carbamylation results from the covalent binding of isocyanic acid to proteins and is one of the nonenzymatic reactions involved in protein molecular ageing (i.
This instrument is an ion exchange HPLC method approved by the NGSP, it is not affected by carbamylation or HbAS, it separates labile Alc from stable Alc, and printouts alert the operator when the instrument is unable to identify unusual elution peaks.
carbamylation and acetylation) (3) or by Hb mutations (2) that alter the charge.
They include oxidation, racemization, isomerization, deamidation, nitration, carbonylation, carbamylation, and glycation (or glycoxidation) (1).
1d3a] fraction, we assumed that carbamylation of the [alpha]-chain accounted for the mass shift of 43 Da compared with the normal [alpha]-chain.
Modification of LDL by carbamylation occurs in the presence of urea.