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formyl

 [for´mil]
the radical, HCO or H·C:O-, of formic acid.

for·myl (f),

(fōr'mil),
The radical, HCO-.

formyl

/for·myl/ (for´mil) the radical, HCO—, of formic acid.

for·myl

(f) (fōr'mil)
The radical, HCO-.

formyl

the radical, HCO or H⋅C:O−, of formic acid.
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The report reviews N-Formyl Peptide Receptor 2 (FMLP-Related Receptor I or FMLP-R-I or Formyl Peptide Receptor-Like 1 or HM63 or Lipoxin A4 Receptor or RFP or FPR2) targeted therapeutics under development by companies and universities/research institutes based on information derived from company and industry-specific sources
via formyl radical (8) [27] and proposed occurrence of such a reaction via formyl radicals formed during lipid oxidation.
A pronounced change in the IR spectrum was observed with evidences of the conversion of the formyl group to the carboxylic group.
The quaternary salts on acidic hydrolysis removed the formyl group and led to the formation of diammonium HCl salts 7a and 7b.
This absorbance appears to occur thanks to a chemical decoration known as a formyl group on the chlorophyll's carbon number two.
Migration of dendritic cells in response to formyl peptides, C5a, and a distinct set of chemokines.
alpha]-N-heterocyclic acetyl and formyl thiosemicarbazones and their metal complexes have been known for their cytotoxicity and inhibiting activity against DNA synthesis under controlled conditions.
Salaris, A New, Simple Procedure for the Synthesis of Formyl Amides, Synlett, 2570 (2004).
Miettinen, "Activation and nuclear translocation of ERK1/2 by the formyl peptide receptor is regulated by G protein and is not dependent on [beta]-arrestin translocation or receptor endocytosis," Cellular Signalling, vol.
Perianin, "Protein kinase C [zeta] phosphorylates a subset of selective sites of the NADPH oxidase component p47phox and participates in formyl peptide-mediated neutrophil respiratory burst," The Journal of Immunology, vol.
Wen, Formyl Fusarochromanone and Diacetyl Fusarochromanone, Two New Metabolites of Fusarium equiseti, J.