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A3920_SIGMA     azane; sulfuric acid

Synonyms: A4418_SIGMA, A2939_SIAL, A4915_SIAL, A5132_SIAL, AKOS015902403, ...
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  • Ammonium sulfate fractions of HBsAg-containing plasma were absorbed on monoclonal idiotype (Id) immunoadsorbents [6].
  • This phenomenon of divergent effects on locomotor activity and metabolic rate required central stimulation, as neither ammonium sulfate nor p-hydroxyamphetamine suppressed VECO2 [7].
  • The use of ammonium sulfate in 10 x PCR buffers has increased to 92% success ratio of individual difference obtained from the 8 nucleotides primer [8].
  • The optimum conditions for the couplings between Z-Pro-OH and H-Leu-OEt or H-Leu-Gly-OEt catalysed by thermolysin were determined by a systematic study involving analysis of pH effect, ammonium sulfate concentration, reaction time, enzyme concentration, and relative proportion of the carboxyl and amine components [9].

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  • Ascitic fluid from a patient with carcinoma of the pancreas was fractionated by ammonium sulfate precipitation [25].
  • Normal human peripheral blood leukocytes were extracted similarly with 3 M KCl and fractionated with ammonium sulfate [26].
  • The intact type IX collagen molecule, which was secreted by a suspension culture of freshly isolated embryonic chick chondrocytes, was recognized by rotary shadowing in the presence of antibody 2C2 after first precipitating the procollagens from the culture medium with ammonium sulfate (30%) [27].
  • Extraction of the permeabilized cells with DNase I and 0.2 M ammonium sulfate revealed a striking maintenance of these replication granules and their distinct intranuclear arrangements with the remaining nuclear matrix structures despite the removal of greater than 90% of the total nuclear DNA [28].
  • We found that these two proteins distribute differently on ammonium sulfate fractionation of uterine cytosol [29].

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