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Dacosoil     2,4,5,6-tetrachlorobenzene- 1,3-dicarbonitrile

Synonyms: Exotherm, Tuffcide, Clortosip, Dacobre, Daconil, ...
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  • However, solutions of mixed micelles consisting of APO10/DMPC with mole fractions of surfactant between 0.81 and 0.93 portrayed a broad unidentified exotherm of about 2+/-1 kcal/mol, which was centered nearly 10-20 degrees C above the cloud point [27].
  • The stability of chlorothalonil on C18 Empore disks was also investigated at 20 degrees C, 4 degrees C and -20 degrees C for periods of up to 3 months [28].
  • TPN (tetrachloroisophthalonitrile) affected the growth in yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae and enhanced the superoxide dismutase and glutathione reductase activity under sublethal concentration [29].
  • However, Hsc70 was protease-resistant at 20 degrees C, sensitive at 40 degrees C and resistant when returned to 20 degrees C, indicating that this exotherm is associated with a reversible conformational change [30].
  • LC-MS analysis supported the formation of mono-, di-, and triglutathione conjugates of chlorothalonil by the GST [17].

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