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Monte Carlo simulation of the Spearman-Kaerber TCID50
We show that the pfu/TCID50 ratio is proportional to the TCID50 titre with a factor of about 0.56 when using the Spearman-Kaerber calculation method. Expand
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Metabolism of nicotine and induction of CYP1A forms in precision-cut rat liver and lung slices.
The aim of this study was to investigate xenobiotic metabolism and induction of cytochrome P450 (CYP) forms in precision-cut rat liver and lung slices, employing nicotine as a model compound. FreshlyExpand
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Mo2 paddlewheel complexes functionalized with a single MLCT, S1 infrared-active carboxylate reporter ligand: preparation and studies of ground and photoexcited states.
From the reactions between Mo2(DAniF)3pivalate (DAniF = N,N'-di(p-anisyl)formamidinate) and the carboxylic acids LH, the title compounds Mo2(DAniF)3L have been prepared and characterized: compounds IExpand
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Molybdenum–molybdenum quadruple bonds supported by 9,10-anthraquinone carboxylate ligands. Molecular, electronic, ground state and unusual photoexcited state properties
The preparation of trans-Mo2(TiPB)2(O2C-2-AnQ)2, I, and Mo2(DAniF)3(O2C-2-AnQ), II, where, O2C-2-AnQ = 9,10-anthraquinone-2-carboxylate, TiPB = 2,4,6-triisopropylbenzoate and DAniF =Expand
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Electronic and Spectroscopic Properties of Avobenzone Derivatives Attached to Mo₂ Quadruple Bonds: Suppression of the Photochemical Enol-to-Keto Transformation.
From the reactions between Mo2(T(i)PB)4, where T(i)PB is 2,4,6-triisopropylbenzoate, and 2 equiv of the acids 4-formylbenzoic acid, HBzald; 4-(3-oxo-3-phenylpropanoyl)benzoic acid, HAvo; andExpand
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Modulating the M2δ-to-ligand charge transfer transition by the use of diarylboron substituents.
From the reactions between the quadruply bonded complexes M2(T(i)PB)4, where M = Mo or W and T(i)PB = 2,4,6-triisopropylbenzoate, and the carboxylic acids HOOC-C6H4-4-B(mesityl)2, LH (2 equivalents)Expand
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Using mini-genes to identify factors that modulate alternative splicing.
Many genetic mutations result in the disruption of (alternative) splicing. Prime examples are the SMN1 and SMN2 genes: a silent mutation in SMN2 leads to the skipping of the constitutive exon 7 inExpand
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Synthesis, Structure, and Photophysical Properties of Mo2(NN)4 and Mo2(NN)2(T(i)PB)2, Where NN = N,N'-Diphenylphenylpropiolamidinate and T(i)PB = 2,4,6-Triisopropylbenzoate.
Two dimolybdenum compounds featuring amidinate ligands with a C≡C bond, Mo2(NN)4 (I), where NN = N,N'-diphenylphenylpropiolamidinate, and trans-Mo2(NN)2(T(i)PB)2 (II), where T(i)PB =Expand
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Studies on the metabolism of the thiofurans furfuryl mercaptan and 2-methyl-3-furanthiol in rat liver.
The metabolism of two thiofurans, namely furfuryl mercaptan (FM) and 2-methyl-3-furanthiol (MTF), to their corresponding methyl sulphide and methyl sulphoxide derivatives has been studied in maleExpand
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Femtosecond Study of Dimolybdenum Paddlewheel Compounds with Amide/Thioamide Ligands: Symmetry, Electronic Structure, and Charge Distribution in the 1MLCT S1 State.
Four photophysically interesting dimolybdenum paddlewheel compounds are synthesized and characterized: I and II contain amide ligand (N,3-diphenyl-2-propynamide), and III and IV contain thioamideExpand
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