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Lithostat     N-hydroxyethanamide

Synonyms: Prestwick_38, CHEMBL734, Lithostat (TN), zlchem 200, sJX`HLdmMAH`, ...
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Biological context of N-hydroxyethanamide

  • However, the addition of acetohydroxamic acid (200 mg/liter), a potent urease inhibitor which inhibits ammonia production, did not completely restore cell growth, suggesting the difficulty of neutralizing the ammonia in the vicinity of the cells [11].
  • Viabilities of cells exposed to H. pylori for 2, 24, and 48 h, assessed by incorporation of neutral red dye, were 60, 27, and 16%, respectively; however, the viabilities of cells exposed to both H. pylori and acetohydroxamic acid were 92, 46, and 20% after 2, 24, and 48 h, respectively, (P less than 0.001) [12].
  • The effect of antibiotics and acetohydroxamic acid on bacterial hydrolysis of urea [13].
  • Adjustment of the parameters used by DOCK, in order to account for the presence of the metal ion in the active site, resulted in the calculation of best energy structures for the nickel-bound inhibitors beta-mercaptoethanol, acetohydroxamic acid, and diamidophosphoric acid [14].
  • Kinetics and mechanism of iron(III)-nitrilotriacetate complex reactions with phosphate and acetohydroxamic acid [15].

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