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Citation     N2-cyclopropyl-1,3,5- triazine-2,4,6-triamine

Synonyms: Larvadex, Vetrazin, Cyromazin, Neporex, Trigard, ...
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Disease relevance of Trigard


Psychiatry related information on Trigard

  • Our frequency analysis of most living family therapy theorists using the Social Science Citation Index yielded a definite increase in frequencies over the last ten years and considerable differences in frequencies among various theorists [6].

High impact information on Trigard

  • Of the reviewers for the American Journal of Public Health, only 31% were not listed as an author of a source publication in the 1987 Science Citation Index and only 15% were not cited [7].
  • The 100 most-cited JAMA articles were identified using the 1955 through 1983 Science Citation Index of the Institute for Scientific Information. The most-cited article received 705 citations, while the least-cited article received 158 [8].
  • METHODS: UK gastroenterology papers from 1988-94 were selectively retrieved from the Science Citation Index by means of a specially constructed filter based on their title keywords and journal names [9].
  • The Scientific Citation Index and The Journal of Investigative Dermatology [10].
  • METHODS: We searched the Science Citation Index with the terms prebiotic, microbiota, gut bacteria, large intestine, mucosa, bowel habit, constipation, diarrhoea, inflammatory bowel disease, Crohn's disease, ulcerative colitis, pouchitis, calcium and cancer, focussing principally on studies in humans and reports in the English language [11].

Chemical compound and disease context of Trigard


Biological context of Trigard

  • The material analyzed in the present review includes articles and reviews published in journals covered by the Science Citation Index, and abstracts presented at recent international oncology and hematology meetings [16].
  • One hundred and five articles were examined for the following features: financial support, human subjects, the presence of a photomicrograph, molecular biology techniques, and the number of times each article was cited as determined using the Science Citation Index [17].
  • METHODS: The IFs of a sample of journals from each of four medical specialties-medicine, oncology, genetics, and public and occupational health-were downloaded from the Science Citation Index and compared [18].
  • In the first of a series of articles for those embarking on ophthalmic and vision science research, this paper discusses the key features of citation analysis, concentrating on the 2004 Journal Citation Report figures for the field of ophthalmology that include 42 ophthalmology, vision science, physiological optics, and optometry journals [19].
  • All articles published in journals included in the categories "Geriatrics and Gerontology" of the Science Citation Index or "Gerontology" of the Social Science Citation Index in 2002 were analyzed [20].

Anatomical context of Trigard

  • The 100 top-cited articles on traumatic SCI were identified using the Internet database of the Science Citation Index Expanded and the Web of Science with the terms "spinal cord injury" and "spinal cord injuries." Meeting abstracts, letters, and editorials were excluded [21].
  • Semen quality was not significantly affected by feeding Larvadex at 2000 ppm [22].
  • Egg shell weight was not affected significantly at 50 weeks, but was decreased significantly by both 300 and 1000 ppm Larvadex at 60 weeks [23].
  • The amount of cyromazine found in the hemolymph remained relatively constant during the feeding period, whereas the amount present in the body wall increased with time and was localized in the KOH-soluble fraction [24].

Associations of Trigard with other chemical compounds

  • All journals in English listed in the Science Citation Index (SCI) of Journal Citation Reports under the subheadings Anesthesiology (n = 17) and Emergency Medicine & Critical Care (n = 13) were analyzed with the help of MEDLINE [25].
  • METHODS: Comparative and noncomparative studies of the effects of short-term, high-dose formoterol, inhaled via metered-dose inhaler (MDI) or single-dose DPI, were identified through searches of the literature indexed on MEDLINE, EMBASE, Current Contents, and Science Citation Index from their inception through August 15, 2003 [26].
  • Toxic and antifeeding actions of melittin in the corn earworm, Heliothis zea (Boddie): comparisons to bee venom and the insecticides chlorpyriphos and cyromazine [27].
  • Studies were located using five major database searches, which included Medline, Embase, Science Citation Index, Sports Discus, and Sport, in[28]
  • Nor did cyromazine, fed to last instar larvae of Musca domestica, change the relative content of phenylalanine and tyrosine, or the total amount and profile of amino acids of puparial cuticles, which showed a larviform shape typical for cyromazine intoxication [29].

Gene context of Trigard


Analytical, diagnostic and therapeutic context of Trigard


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