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Chemical Compound Review

oxoboranide     oxidoboron

Synonyms: AGN-PC-0CMG7G, CHEBI:30160, BO(-), AC1O3G6R, [BO](-), ...
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Disease relevance of oxoboranide

  • The cytochrome bo complex is a heme BO-type heme-copper quinol oxidase in the aerobic respiratory chain of Escherichia coli and functions as an electron transfer-linked proton pump [1].
  • The extent of the increase in fibrous tissue in prolactinomas correlated with the duration of treatment with BO [2].
  • An insertion element prevents phycobilisome synthesis in N2-fixing Synechocystis sp. strain BO 8402 [3].
  • At least four major groups of antibody specificities were identified: Salmonella (i) BO specific, (ii) CO specific, (iii) DO specific, and (iv) EO specific [4].
  • The ecotype Synechococcus sp. strain BO 8807 was detected in every sample at concentrations between 1.6 x 10(1) and 1.3 x 10(4) genomes per ml, contributing 0.02 to 5.7% of the quantified cyanobacterial picoplankton [5].

Psychiatry related information on oxoboranide

  • 3) The occipital fast alpha-variants (BO) group performed very well in tests of abstract thinking and motor skills [6].
  • Significant differences in self-efficacy were observed over time (P=0.02), with both intervention groups having greater self-efficacy than the BO group [7].
  • Performance on tasks which required depth perception was significantly poorer when subjects wore prism glasses with 8 and 12 delta BI and BO, whereas 4 delta BI and BO did not significantly affect performance [8].

High impact information on oxoboranide

  • The Hp1 frequencies among ABO genotypes, known by means of family pedigrees, vary as follows: OO less than AO less than BO less than AB less than AA less than BB [9].
  • The ability of this BO Tc1(Hin) to excise was retained after its introduction into the N2 genome [10].
  • A new TaqI BO variant detected with the p49 probe on the human Y chromosome [11].
  • F1 hybrids of crosses between two widely studied wild-type strains, N2 (var. Bristol) and Berg BO (var. Bergerac), were examined for rate of development, hermaphrodite fertility, and behavior; there was no heterosis for these life history traits [12].
  • Of nine C. elegans and two C. briggsae strains tested only the Bergerac BO strain yielded mutant animals at a high frequency and the unc-22 IV gene is a preferred mutational target [13].

Chemical compound and disease context of oxoboranide

  • The prevalence of pre-micturition contractions was 100% in BO/CAP and BO/RTX, and 83% in BO/-. CONCLUSIONS: Capsaicin sensitive C-fiber afferents are not essential to induce pre-micturition contractions but they are involved in functional alterations in bladder afferent pathways after partial urethral obstruction in rats [14].
  • Gross and microscopic examination of all organs revealed a statistically significant increase in the incidence of forestomach papillomas and carcinomas after EPC-, BO-, and (EPC + BO)-stabilized samples of TRI, but not after pure, amine base-stabilized TRI [15].
  • The equilibrium constants (K values), determined for binding of the mAbs and a Fab-fragment isolated from one of them to a 125l-labelled tyramine-derivative of a Salmonella BO dodecasaccharide, were: 4.3 x 10(5) (MAST 83), 1.0 x 10(5) (MAST 107), 1.3 x 10(5) (MAST 107 Fab), 4.5 x 10(4) (MAST 108) and 1.9 x 10(5) l/mol (MAST 112) [16].
  • Antibody titres against lipopolysaccharide from Shigella flexneri serotype Y, Shigella dysenteriae serotype 1, Shigella sonnei, Salmonella serogroups AO, BO, DO, and Shigella Ipa and Salmonella typhi Vi antigens were measured by enzyme immunoassay [17].

Biological context of oxoboranide

  • AO infants born to BO mothers, Rh(+) heterozygotes born to Rh(-) mothers, and less significantly AO infants born to OO mothers confirm the hypothesis [18].
  • The unique insertion in strain BO 8402 prevents the expression of apcABC operon and hence abolishes the formation of intact phycobilisomes [3].
  • On conscious filling cystometry a significant increase in bladder capacity, voided volume and micturition threshold pressure was noted in BO/CAP but not in BO/RTX compared with BO/-. In contrast, there was no significant change in residual volume, voiding efficiency or micturition pressure among the 3 groups [14].
  • YACs spanning the BOR interval were used as fluorescence in situ hybridization probes on a cell line from a patient with BO and tricho-rhino-phalangeal syndrome I that involves a chromosome 8q rearrangement [19].
  • In FVC we found both modes SLO and BO at membrane potential of -10mV that is attribute for take-off voltages (from -18 to -2mV) for early afterdepolarizations (EAD's) in FVC [20].

Anatomical context of oxoboranide

  • The biliproteins of strain BO 8402 are organized in paracrystalline inclusion bodies showing an intense autofluorescence in vivo [21].
  • Indeed, victoria blue R, B, and BO promoted swelling of valinomycin-treated mitochondria incubated in a hyposmotic K+-acetate-based medium, confirming that these dyes act as classic protonophores such as FCCP [22].
  • Only 9 of 163 embryos recovered from the untreated Group BO and EA ewes were located in the uterus and 8 of the 9 had failed to develop normally [23].
  • Migration of alveolar macrophages from patients with burns without smoke inhalation (burns only, BO) was not increased [24].
  • Embryos collected from donor ewes 2 days after oestrus were transferred to the oviducts of entire cyclic (Group EC), unilaterally ovariectomized and cyclic (Group UO), entire anoestrous (Group EA), and bilaterally ovariectomized (Group BO) ewes, and 4 h, 1, 3 or 5 days after transfer the oviducts and uteri were flushed to recover embryos [23].

Associations of oxoboranide with other chemical compounds

  • Eight of them (47 percent) had the alleles HLA-A3 B35 Dwl BfF C4A3,2 (BO), which were shown by family studies of some patients to be inherited as an extended MHC-haplotype with an apparent gene duplication in the C4A locus [25].
  • Bovine oocytes, before and after maturation in culture, were stored in PBS with 2 M-(NH(4))(2)SO(4) + 0.1% dextran or 2 M-(NH(4))(2)SO(4) + 40 mM-Hepes + 0.5% dextran and were inseminated with frozen-thawed spermatozoa in BO medium with caffeine (5 mM) and heparin (10 mug/ml) [26].
  • The horizontal bone growth measured 78% (SD +/- 16%) in the BG group, 81% (SD +/- 21%) in the BG + BO group, 82% (SD +/- 12%) in the BG + Aut group, and 46% (SD +/- 21%) in the C group [27].
  • Bovine oocytes matured in culture were inseminated with frozen-thawed spermatozoa in BO medium containing 5 mM-caffeine, 10 mug/ml of heparin and different protein supplements at various concentrations [28].
  • Four groups of male Wistar rats were given the diets containing 20% perilla/corn mixed oil or borage oil in the absence (PO- and BO-diets, respectively) or presence (CPO- and CBO-diets) of cholesterol for 20 days [29].

Gene context of oxoboranide

  • Because the BO strain is rich in Tc1 insertion sites and the N2 strain has few, the majority of Tc1-bearing genomic fragments in the constructed strain were derived from the unc-22 region [30].
  • These were recovered from a lambda gt 10 library of DNA from a specially constructed genetic strain containing the unc-43 to unc-31 interval from the BO strain and the rest of the genome from N2 [30].
  • In contrast to most previous studies that used the ABO phenotypes, our study used the ABO genotypes, permitting us to distinguish AO from AA and BO from BB [31].
  • Plasmas from normal individuals carrying one O gene (genotypes AO and BO) had slightly, but proportionally lower levels of vWF antigen, RCof, and BCof than those carrying no O gene (genotypes AA, AB, and BB) [32].
  • It seems probable that K.S.'s bone marrow and reproductive organs are comprised predominantly of the XY cell line which carried the blood group BO genotype whereas his skin and other tissues which contribute the A1 transferase to his plasma, are partly made up of the XX cell line which carries the blood group A1O or A1A1 genotype [33].

Analytical, diagnostic and therapeutic context of oxoboranide

  • We report the use of a polymerase chain reaction (PCR) format together with denaturing gradient gel electrophoresis (DGGE) which allows rapid identification of the 6 major genotypes (AA, AO, BB, BO, AB and OO) of the human ABO blood group polymorphism in a single amplification [34].
  • Victoria Blue BO (VB BO) is a new and promising photosensitizer currently being evaluated for photodynamic therapy (PDT) [35].
  • Apart from controls with inconspicuous EEGs, this material comprises probands with the following EEG variants: low-voltage (N); low-voltage borderline (NG); monotonous alpha-waves (R); occipital fast alpha-variants (BO); fronto-precentral beta-groups (BG), and diffuse beta-waves (BD) [36].
  • The 32 gastric bypasses performed after an initial BO were done at a mean of 193 days after the original BO bypass, whereas other reoperations were undertaken at a mean of 73 days after the first operation [37].
  • Data on postoperative blood loss and transfusions were collected from two groups: one comprising 49 patients perfused with the Travenol TMO membrane oxygenator (MO group) and the other composed of 25 patients with the Polystan VT 5000 bubble oxygenator (BO group) [38].


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