nitrosyl

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ni·tro·syl

(nī'trō-sil),
A univalent radical or atom group, -N=O, forming the nitroso compounds.
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ni·tro·syl

(nī'trō-sil)
A univalent radical or atom group, -N=O, forming the nitroso compounds.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012
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However, the metabolites of carbofuran may be mutagenic, and there is good evidence that nitrosated carbofuran is mutagenic.
Vegetable juices modified the mutagenic effects of beef extract and nitrosated beef extract only in the presence of S9-mix as shown by Ames test.
As the secondary amines are volatilized, they are nitrosated and trapped in the Thermosorb cartridge.
(15)For the purpose of this discussion, the term "petrochemicals" refers to Standard International Trade Classification (Revision 2) section 511, "Hydrocarbons, n.e.s., and their halogenated, sulphonated, nitrated or nitrosated derivatives." (16)Lyn Tattum and Andrew Wood, "Far East: Producers Seek Balance in an Area of Dynamiic Growth," Chemicalweek, Aug.
Consequently, macromolecules fundamental to the normal functioning of the body such as lipids and proteins can be oxidized or nitrosated depending on the species at play.