glyoxal


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gly·ox·al

(glī-oks'ăl),
OHC-CHO; the simplest dialdehyde.
Synonym(s): oxalaldehyde
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Quercetin inhibits advanced glycation end product formation by trapping methylglyoxal and glyoxal.
The mutagenicity of glyoxal in Salmonella was found to be dependent on singlet oxygen generation and that catalase or scavengers of [H.
These products can be formed by covalent binding of methylglyoxal (MG) and glyoxal to the free amino and thiol groups of proteins [4].
MGO and glyoxal (GO) are reactive carbonyl compounds that are by-products of auto-oxidation of glucose, lipid peroxidation and protein glycation, a process where protein and glucose interact, interfering with the function of protein in the body.
Cross-linking of proteins by Maillard processes: characterization and detection of lysine-arginine cross-links derived from glyoxal and methylglyoxal.
Glyoxal crosslinking of cell-seeded chitosan/collagen hydrogels for bone regeneration.
Their results also describe that the formaldehyde gives higher tensile strength values followed by glutaraldehyde and glyoxal.
Wrobel, 2013: Effect of Cd (II) and Se (IV) exposure on cellular distribution of both elements and concentration levels of glyoxal and methylglyoxal in Lepidium sativum.
High-performance liquid chromatographic-fluorometric determination of glyoxal methylglyoxal and diacetyl in urine by prederivatization to pteridinic rings.
Antibacterial constituents and mechanisms identified include hydrogen peroxide (H2O2), methyl glyoxal (MGO), bee defensin-1, the osmotic effect, and pH effects.
23- diamino-23-dimethylbutane (DDB) has been used for the determination of glyoxal and methylglyoxal by GC from serum.