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dec·a·gram

(dek'ă-gram),
Ten grams.

decagram

(dĕk′ă″grăm) [Gr. deka, ten, + gramma, small weight]
A mass equal to 10 g.
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2], a peroxidative pathway of AA leading to formation of molecules-136 and -208 competes with its classic degradation to DKG.
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DKG generation was not affected by the presence of bisulfite.
The effect of peroxide on the formation of DKG differed.
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3-5 support the fact that molecule-136 derives from molecule208 (14) rather than from DKG.
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