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Malonates (108-58-8 & 105-53-3)


184 References Were Found:

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Peer Reviewed Journal Article

KINETICS OF REACTION OF 2,4-DINITROCHLOROBENZENE WITH METHYL MALONATE, CYANOACETATE AND ACETOACETATE

Authors: Kavalek, J; Machacek, V; Lycka, A; Sterba, V (1976) HERO ID: 4936195


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Peer Reviewed Journal Article

Diethyl malonate

Author: Opdyke, DLJ (1976) Food and Cosmetics Toxicology 14:745-746. HERO ID: 4935830


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Peer Reviewed Journal Article

Detection and characterization of propionate-methyl-malonate disorders in cell-culture - simple method

Authors: Willard, HF; Ambani, LM; Mahoney, MJ; Rosenberg, LE (1976) Pediatric Research 10:373-373. [Abstract] HERO ID: 4935882


Technical Report
Technical Report

Diethyl malonate: skin sensitisation: 001 key | experimental result

Author: ECHA (1976) Helsinki, Finland: ECHA. HERO ID: 4940229


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Peer Reviewed Journal Article

Synthesis, antimalarial activity, and phototoxicity of some benzo(h)quinoline-4-methanols

Author: Rice, KC (1976) Journal of Medicinal Chemistry 19:887-892. HERO ID: 1149967

[Less] Nine alpha-dibutylaminomethylbenzo[h]quinoline-4-methanols were synthesized from the corresponding 1-amino-naphthalenes . . . [More] Nine alpha-dibutylaminomethylbenzo[h]quinoline-4-methanols were synthesized from the corresponding 1-amino-naphthalenes by the following sequence: 1-aminonaphthalene leads to 1H-benz[g]indole-2,3-dione leads to benzo[h]quinoline-4-carboxylic acid leads to acid chloride leads to bromomethyl ketone leads to epoxide leads to benzo[h]quinoline-4-methanol. Several acid chlorides substituted in the 3 position reacted incompletely with ethereal diazomethane but were efficiently converted, without isolation of the intermediates, to the bromomethyl ketones by reaction with ethoxymagnesium diethylmalonate, bromination, hydrolysis, and decarboxylation. Several compounds prepared, especially alpha-dibutylaminomethyl-2-(2',4'-dimethylphenyl)-3-methyl-6-chlorobenzo[h]quinoline-4-methanol, showed significant antimalarial activity against Plasmodium berghei in infected mice but were moderately phototoxic.

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Peer Reviewed Journal Article

Updating the maximization test for identifying contact allergens

Authors: Kligman, AM; Epstein, W (1975) Contact Dermatitis 1:231-239. HERO ID: 4940210

[Less] The maximization test for detecting contact allergens has proved to possess both sensitivity and specificity. . . . [More] The maximization test for detecting contact allergens has proved to possess both sensitivity and specificity. However, modifications have become necessary because of excessive irritancy reactions to sodium lauryl sulfate. Fewer exposures are now recommended during induction and lower concentrations for challenge patch testing. Pre-testing of each subject in the panel is now standard procedure. The problem of interpreting challenge patch tests is discussed in detail.

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Peer Reviewed Journal Article

The pathway of glycollate utilization in Chlorella pyrenoidosa

Authors: Lord, JM; Merrett, MJ (1970) HERO ID: 1378092

[Less] 1. Exogenous glycollate was rapidly metabolized in both the light and the dark by photoautotrophically . . . [More] 1. Exogenous glycollate was rapidly metabolized in both the light and the dark by photoautotrophically grown Chlorella pyrenoidosa. 2. The incorporation of (14)C from [1-(14)C]glycollate by these cells was inhibited by the tricarboxylic acid-cycle inhibitors monofluoroacetate, diethylmalonate and arsenite, and also by alpha-hydroxypyrid-2-ylmethanesulphonate and isonicotinylhydrazine. 3. Short-term kinetic experiments showed over 80% of the total (14)C present in the soluble fraction from the cells to be in glycine and serine after 10s. This percentage decreased with time whereas the percentage radioactivity in glycerate increased for up to 30s then remained steady. The percentage of the total radioactivity present in citrate increased over the experimental period. Malate was the only other tricarboxylic acid-cycle intermediate to become labelled. 4. The kinetic and inhibitor experiments supported the following pathway of glycollate incorporation: glycollate --> glyoxylate --> glycine --> serine --> hydroxypyruvate --> glycerate --> 3-phosphoglycerate --> 2-phosphoglycerate --> phosphoenolpyruvate --> pyruvate --> acetyl-CoA. 5. The specific activities of the enzymes catalysing this metabolic sequence in cell-free extracts were great enough to account for the observed rate of glycollate metabolism of 0.25mumol/h per mg dry wt. of cells in the light.

Technical Report
Technical Report

Lethal effects of 1888 chemicals upon four species of fish from western North America

Authors: MacPhee, C; Ruelle, R (1969) Moscow, ID: Bulletin (University of Idaho, Forest, Wildlife, and Range Experiment). HERO ID: 4939694

[Less] A piscicide screening program was conducted with 1,888 different chemicals mostly at concentrations . . . [More] A piscicide screening program was conducted with 1,888 different chemicals mostly at concentrations of 10 ppm. The times at which fish lost their equilibrium and died are given for 2,552 separate 24-hour assays. The species tested were the northern squawfish (Ptychocheilus oregonensis), chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha), coho salmon (Oncorhynchus kisutch), and steelhead (Salmo gairdneri).

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Peer Reviewed Journal Article

The identification of contact allergens by human assay. 3. The maximization test: a procedure for screening and rating contact sensitizers

Author: Kligman, AM (1966) Journal of Investigative Dermatology 47:393-409. HERO ID: 4940209


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Peer Reviewed Journal Article

Biochemical studies on drug metabolism. 3. Inductive effect of malonic acid derivatives on cyclobarbitalmetabolizing enzyme in rat liver

Authors: Ariyoshi, T; Takabatake, E (1964) Chemical and Pharmaceutical Bulletin 12:1281-1285. HERO ID: 4933541