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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.

thiol

/thi·ol/ (thi´ol)
2. any organic compound containing the —SH group.

thi·ol

(thī'ol)
Mixture of sulfurated and sulfonated petroleum oils purified with ammonia; used to treat skin diseases.
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One of the major molecules that help in scavenging and reducing the toxic effects of mercury is metallothionein, a small, low molecular weight (6-7 kDa) protein, rich is sulfhydryl groups.
Sulfhydryl groups were added by incubating the protein with N-succinimidyl S-acetylthioacetate, at 20 mmol/L for RPE and at 0.
The level of reduced GSH was estimated as an acid-soluble non-protein sulfhydryl group by the method of Moron et al.
Although both anticoagulants can chelate metals (especially copper ions) that can enhance autooxidation of aminothiols, this process is enhanced when the pH is at or near the pK of the sulfhydryl group (29).
However, phenylarsine oxide is an artificial organic form of arsenic used mainly for testing the role of the sulfhydryl group in insulin resistance.
It was reported that the heat treatment of [beta]-lg from 60[degrees]C to 70[degrees]C may lead to increased surface hydrophobicity and free sulfhydryl groups exposed to aqueous enviromnent determined by ANS probe method and DTNB method, respectively (Lee et al.
Free sulfhydryl groups were alkylated with the addition of 10 [micro]L of 80 mmol/L iodoacetamide in 50 mmol/L ammonium bicarbonate buffer and incubated for1hat room temperature.
Lead is a toxic metal bound in sulfhydryl groups (-SH) in enzymes such as systeinic, hystidic, hydroxic and phosphatic carboxyles in protein and purine.
10) According to the critical review by Rosenblatt, Stamford and Niederman, (9) "Studies have indicated that silver interacts with sulfhydryl groups of proteins and with DNA, altering hydrogen bonding and inhibiting respiratory processes, DNA unwinding, cell-wall synthesis, and cell division.
Both of these are cysteine-rich peptides that bind divalent metal ions through sulfhydryl groups (-SH).