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thiol

 [thi´ol]
2. any organic compound containing the —SH group bound to carbon.

thi·ol

(thī'ol),
1. The monovalent radical -SH when attached to carbon; a hydrosulfide; a mercaptan.
2. A mixture of sulfurated and sulfonated petroleum oils purified with ammonia; used in the treatment of skin diseases.

thi·ol

(thī'ol)
Mixture of sulfurated and sulfonated petroleum oils purified with ammonia; used to treat skin diseases.
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[77.] Miller TA, Li D, Kuo YJ, Schmidt KL, Shanbour LL (1985) Nonprotein sulfhydryl compounds in canine gastric mucosa: effects of PGE2 and ethanol.
The catalytic current was estimated by the difference between the electrode current in the presence of sulfhydryl compounds and that which is established in the blank solution.
Sulfhydryl compounds and antioxidants inhibit cytotoxicity to outer hair cells of a gentamicin metabolite in vitro.
It indicates that a concomitant increase in sulfhydryl compounds (Szabo et al., 1981) or prostaglandins (Pihan et al., 1986) has contributed in protecting the stomach from ethanol injury.
Sulfhydryl compounds are among the most important endogenous antioxidants.
After a reduction step with phosphine and subsequent protein precipitation, the sulfhydryl compounds were derivatized, separated on a RP-18 column (LiChrosphere 100, 5 [micro]m particle size; Merck) and quantified by fluorescence detection (F1080; Merck).