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isobutyl nitrite

Known as: Nitrous acid, 2-methylpropyl ester 
National Institutes of Health

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2003
2003
A young man was accidentally intoxicated with isobutyl nitrite by a threefold lethal dose. Due to nitrites' ability to change… 
Highly Cited
1999
Highly Cited
1999
Reactive nitrogen species derived from nitric oxide are potent oxidants formed during inflammation that can oxidize membrane and… 
Review
1996
Review
1996
SummaryIn normal erythrocytes, small quantities of methaemoglobin are formed constantly and are continuously reduced, almost… 
1995
1995
Abuse of nitrite inhalants is common among male homosexuals and a history of abuse has been correlated with seropositivity to HIV… 
1994
1994
AbstractIsobutyl nitrite is a popular recreational drug among both homosexuals and heterosexuals as it is alleged to enhance… 
1986
1986
Isobutyl nitrite is a volatile liquid sold without a prescription as a "room odorizer" but is widely used as an inhalant to… 
1983
1983
Abstract The effects of the isobutyl nitrite sold as incense and the chemically pure compound on various in vitro parameters of… 
1981
1981
The alkyl nitrites, specifically isobutyl nitrite, have taken a prominent place among those substances enjoying widespread…