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nitration

(nī-trā′shŭn)
Combination with nitric acid or a nitrate.
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to the more reactive nitrogen species and thus contribute to a thiol nitrosation and protein tyrosine nitration [85].
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Cyclic GMP-independent mechanisms contribute to the inhibition of platelet adhesion by nitric oxide donor: a role for {alpha}-actinin nitration.
Its two nitration facilities were built in 1948 and 1954, enabling production of propellants for missiles and rockets.
After nitration, dore is cast into molds and process gas from the cupola furnace is mixed with secondary emission exhaust, then saturated with recirculating water sprays in the quench tower.
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Impaired mitochondrial respiration and protein nitration in the rat hippocampus after acute inhalation of combustion smoke.
Much of nitric oxide- and superoxide-dependent cytotoxicity resides on peroxynitrite, which affects mitochondrial function and triggers cell death via oxidation and nitration reactions.
The pods nave onooara inlet and exit nitration, in addition to HEPA filtration, to effectively isolate the cleanroom and allow the pod to be used in either positive or negative pressure modes and in constant volume or variable volume mode.