8-hydroxyquinoline

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8-hy·drox·y·quin·o·line

(hī-drok'sē-kwin'ō-lin),
A fungistat and chelating agent; inhibits various metalloenzymes.
Synonym(s): quinolinol

8-hydroxyquinoline

/8-hy·droxy·quin·o·line/ (-kwin´o-lēn) oxyquinoline.
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The root tips derived from bublets were collected, pre-treated with 2mM 8- hydroxyquinoline at room temperature for 2 hours and fixed in the mixture solution of acetic acid and ethyl alcohol (1:3, v/v) at 4for 4 hours.
In order to obtain their goal, the scientists firstly produced the appropriate absorbent for separation and pre-concentration of zinc element in various matrices by using hydroxyquinoline (oxine) ligand.
As several halogenated derivatives of the hydroxyquinoline were widely used as amoebicide and intestinal bactericides, some studies on their metabolism have been reported in humans for ICHQ and DBHQ.
Evaluation of the antitermitic activity of hydroxyquinoline and naphtholderivative formulations using Reticulitermes in laboratory and field experiments.
The root tips of tuber mustard with different length were dipped in five kinds of chemicals (ice water, colchicine, 8- Hydroxyquinoline, saturated 1-Bromonaphthalene and P- Dichlorobenzene) in different pretreatment time (1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 h).
Plasma was acidified with a mixture of hydrochloric acid and the enzyme inhibitor hydroxyquinoline, to ensure optimal incubation pH (6.
Chromosome counts were made from embryonic roots of germinating seeds (Petri culture dishes, on moist filter paper) or obtained from potted seedlings that were pre-treated in hydroxyquinoline for 1.