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AG-L-18494     diazanium dioxido-dioxo-molybdenum

Synonyms: AC1L1VIN, LS-91589, CTK4B3769, FT-0622357, 13106-76-8, ...
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Disease relevance of diazanium dioxido-dioxo-molybdenum


High impact information on diazanium dioxido-dioxo-molybdenum


Chemical compound and disease context of diazanium dioxido-dioxo-molybdenum

  • Comparison by means of preparations stained with uranyl acetate or ammonium molybdate showed that KO3 LPS isolated from the culture supernatant has structural features in common with KO3 LPS isolated from bacterial cells, Escherichia coli O9 LPS isolated from the culture supernatant, and E. coli O127 LPS isolated from bacterial cells [11].
  • The effects of the metabolic inhibitors, sodium nitrite and ammonium molybdate, on production of H(2)S by a pure culture of the sulfate-reducing bacterium (SRB) Desulfovibrio sp. strain Lac6 and a consortium of SRB, enriched from produced water of a Canadian oil field, were investigated [12].

Biological context of diazanium dioxido-dioxo-molybdenum

  • The lack of response to ammonium molybdate indicated that 5'-nucleotidase did not contribute to the ATP hydrolysis [13].
  • The pre-harvest application of C. sake 2 x 10(7) cfu ml(-1) plus 1 mmol l(-1) ammonium molybdate did not improve post-harvest biocontrol of blue mould [14].
  • SIGNIFICANCE AND IMPACT OF THE STUDY: Ammonium molybdate significantly reduces the amount of C. sake biomass required to achieve post-harvest disease control, with a consequent reduction in costs [14].

Anatomical context of diazanium dioxido-dioxo-molybdenum


Associations of diazanium dioxido-dioxo-molybdenum with other chemical compounds


Gene context of diazanium dioxido-dioxo-molybdenum

  • In contrast, the vacuolar ATPase activity, assayed in the presence of 100 mmol m-3 ammonium molybdate, had a pH optimum of 8 [21].
  • Changes in blood ceruloplasmin and SGOT levels and in the comparative rate of accumulation of liver copper indicated that the addition of ammonium molybdate to the concentrate diet might be a useful method of reducing the risk of nutritional copper poisoning in housed sheep [22].
  • The production of a higher-order assembly of peroxiredoxin-2 (Prx-2) from human erythrocytes has been achieved during specimen preparation on holey carbon support films, in the presence of ammonium molybdate and polyethylene glycol [23].
  • Different concentrations of ammonium molybdate (10(-7) to 10(-4)M) affected the levels of metabolites in the source and sink organs of the seedlings of C. melo and C. vulgaris and data were recorded at 7, 14 and 21 days after treatment (DAT) of molybdenum (Mo) [24].

Analytical, diagnostic and therapeutic context of diazanium dioxido-dioxo-molybdenum


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