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Thiacetic acid     ethanethioic acid

Synonyms: CH3COSH, ACMC-1AXIB, T30805_ALDRICH, AG-F-70733, CHEBI:16555, ...
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Disease relevance of ethanethioic acid


High impact information on ethanethioic acid


Biological context of ethanethioic acid


Anatomical context of ethanethioic acid


Associations of ethanethioic acid with other chemical compounds


Gene context of ethanethioic acid

  • STE was located with immunofluorescence histochemistry, and ARP with Schiff's reagent [18].
  • On sodium dodecyl sulfate-polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis, the enzyme presented two protein bands corresponding to mol. wts of 65,000 and 55,000, which stained with Schiff's reagent [19].
  • Lysosomes were visualized in the anterior pituitary by their non-specific esterase (gold thioacetic acid technique) or acid phosphatase (Gomori technique) activity [20].
  • Gallyas technique was modified by a direct application of Schiff's reagent after physical development, resulting in distinctive staining of amyloid deposits in argyrophilic structures [21].

Analytical, diagnostic and therapeutic context of ethanethioic acid


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