heptanoate


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heptanoate

/hep·ta·no·ate/ (hep″tah-no´āt) enanthate.
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Reductions in crop increased citronellol and ethyl phenyl acetate and reduced ethyl heptanoate in both years.
Lipase activity was determined with 4- methylumbelliferyl heptanoate as substrate using fluorimetric method following procedure described earlier by Liaquat [2].
The salivary-gland extracts were characterized by the presence of ethyl heptanoate (20), methyl octanoate (21) and 1-nonanol (23) (Fig.
The percent recoveries of the FAME of the standard fatty acids mixture ranged between 92 and 97%, while recoveries of 99% were achieved for the pentaenoic and heptanoate standards.
Use of surfactant to develop an aqueous conversion coating: zinc heptanoate Zn(C7)2
2E)-3-(4-O-Heptanoyl-3-methoxyphenyl)prop-2-en- 1-yl heptanoate (7)
Investigations of the possible clinical use of crystalline DHT [8] and DHT heptanoate [9] found that intramuscular injection gave a prompt and sustained increase in DHT, and concluded that such preparations could provide an effective and convenient method of replacement therapy.
In an experiment designed to show human contamination, ingestion of meat from chickens deliberately treated with methenolone heptanoate led to finding methenolone and metabolites in urine [15].
Based on Minimum Inhibitory Concentration tests for various microbes, the company's Monna Manning said the most effective agents were propylene glycol heptanoate, proplyene glycol caprylate and glycerol caprylate.