Hairspray Exposure Ups Risk for Birth Defect in Sons
...opening, a new report says.
Many cosmetics such as deodorants, fragrances, and nail and hair products contain chemicals called phthalates, such as diethyl
phthalate (DEP) and dibutyl phthalate (DBP). Sons born to hairdressers, beauty therapists, research chemists, line operators, pharmaceutical operators...
What roles does TSP-1 play in liver fibrogenesis?
... In rats with diethyl
nitrosamine induced cirrhosis, TSP-1 expression has been found to correlate with the progression of fibrosis. Furthermore, TSP-1 expression was higher...
Diethyl in Medical Definition
Examples of spirits include:
Spirit of ammonia (also called spirit of hartshorn )
Spirit of camphor
Spirit of ether, a solution of diethyl
ether in alcohol
"Spirit of Mindererus", ammonium acetate in alcohol
"Spirit of nitre " is not a spirit in this sense, but an old name for ni...
Diethyl in Biological News
Diethyl in Biological Technology
Tests show LLNL detection instrument can monitor the air for all major terrorist threat substances
...our types of materials terrorists might use -- spores of a non-pathogenic strain of Bacillus anthracis (other strains of this bacteria cause anthrax); diethyl
phthalate (a nerve agent surrogate), natural cobalt powder (a surrogate for Cobalt 60 and other radioactive metals) and trinitro-1,3,5-triazinane (RDX...
Decontamination and inhibition of ribonucleases
... RNase A-type enzymes rely on histidine residues within the active site
for catalytic activity and can be inactivated by the alkylating agent diethyl
pyrocarbonate (DEPC) which modifies these residues. RNase contamination
can effectively be avoided by using RNase-free solutions suc...
Diethyl in Biological Definition
...eophilic, so R−OH 2 + can react with ROH to produce an ethers and water, although this reaction is rarely used except in the manufacture of diethyl
More useful is the E1 elimination reaction of alcohols to produce alkenes . The reaction generally obeys Zaitsev's Rule , which state...