This result indicated that malthion and carbofuran are selective inhibitors with greater affinity to bind with the active site of ChE through the process of phosphorylation and carbamoylation
that block the metabolisation of substrate (Boublik et al., 2002; Stojan et al., 2008).
P Kraus Jr., "Carbamoylation of glomerular and tubular proteins in patients with kidney failure: a potential mechanism of ongoing renal damage," Swiss Medical Weekly, vol.
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In general, cellulose has been first functionalized by aryl carbamoylation or acylation, and the as-synthesized derivatives have been then coated or covalently immobilized on the silica gel to obtain the chiral separation materials [9, 10].
Because there are no small molecule produced during carbamoylation, the increment in the weight for the composite particles should be attributable to the introduction of 3,5-dimethylphenyl isocyanate after reaction.
Two terms are used in literature to describe this reaction: carbamoylation and carbamylation.
Carbamoylation of amino acids and proteins in uremia.
Carbamoylation of Cu, Zn-superoxide dismutase by cyanate.
Various modifications to this basic structure occur such as by methylation, acetylation, carbamoylation
, or sulfation of both reducing and nonreducing termini (Stacey et al., 1995; Spaink et al., 1995).
of glutathione reductase by N,N-bis(2-chloroethyl.)-N-nitrosourea associated with inhibition of multidrug resistance protein (MRP.) function." Biochem Pharmacol, 1997; 53:801-809.
of hemoglobin in uremic patients determined by antibody specific for homocitrulline (carbamoylated E-I~lysine).