thiourea


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thi·o·u·re·a

(thī'ō-yū-rē'ă),
An antithyroid compound of the thioamide group, with the same actions and uses as thiouracil. Several derivatives of thiourea are useful in the treatment of leprosy.
Synonym(s): thiocarbamide

thiourea

(thi?o-ur-e'a) [Gr. theion, sulfur, + ouron, urine]
H2NCSNH2; A colorless crystalline compound of urea in which sulfur replaces the oxygen. Synonym: sulfourea

thiourea

a goitrogenic agent used in industry as a photographic fixative. Mode of action is as for thiouracil.
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Aerial application of mancozeb and urinary ethylene thiourea (ETU) concentrations among pregnant women in Costa Rica: the Infants' Environmental Health Study (ISA) Environ Health Perspect 122(12):1321-1328 (2014); doi: 10.
The 23-tonne wagon also contained 3,000 litres of hydrochloric acid, a strong mineral acid used in industry and 500kg of thiourea dioxide, which is used in textiles.
Among those, the most promising alternatives are currently thiourea, thiocyanate, thiosulphate, halides and ammonia [4]:
One set of experiment was done with the application of thiourea as a mordant [26].
Soil amendments with chemicals (such as ammonium or potassium thiosulfate [ATS or KTS], thiourea or polysulfides) sprayed over surface soil are extremely effective in reducing emissions.
Generally, thiourea-based accelerators are used in the vulcanisation of polychloroprene rubber - primarily ethylene thiourea, as it produces the highest performance rubber cure system.
Exchangeable cations of the original untreated biochar samples were measured using 1 M ammonium acetate (pH 7) and silver thiourea methods as described by Rayment and Higginson (1992).
The pellet was re-suspended in 300 pl of 2D sample rehydration solution containing 7 M urea (Sigma, USA), 2M ThioUrea (Sigma, USA), 0.
The IEF lysis buffer contained 6 M urea, 2 M thiourea, 3% CHAPS, 1% Triton X-100, and DeStreak reagent (Amersham Biosciences, Arlington Heights, IL).
cholerae (18) using SfiI for primary enzyme digestion with 1 modification: thiourea (Sigma-Aldrich, St.