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Chemical Compound Review

Biotinamide     5-[(1S,2S,5S)-7-oxo-3-thia- 6,8...

Synonyms: biotin amide, CHEBI:16615, CTK8D4634, AR-1G6540, AC1L369O, ...
 
 
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Disease relevance of Biotinamide

 

High impact information on Biotinamide

 

Biological context of Biotinamide

  • The data obtained also indicate that placing a hydroxymethylene, carboxylate, or acetate alpha to the biotinamide bond is effective in blocking the biotinamide hydrolysis reaction [5].
 

Anatomical context of Biotinamide

 

Associations of Biotinamide with other chemical compounds

  • The hydrochloride salt of a new, small molecular weight (M.W. = 286) biotin-containing compound referred to as biotinamide (N-(2-aminoethyl)biotinamide) was compared with biocytin (M.W. = 372) for its use in intracellular labeling of neurons and in neuronal tracing experiments using avidin conjugates for histochemical detection [11].
 

Gene context of Biotinamide

  • Biotinamide or BDA staining is then visualized using an ABC-diaminobenzidine-Ni method and finally the tissue is immunocytochemically stained using choline acetyltransferase (ChAT) or parvalbumin antibodies and a peroxidase-anti-peroxidase method [12].
  • By using the juxtacellular method, we labeled these cells with biotinamide and determined whether the recorded neurons were TH-IR and contained NPY mRNA [13].
 

Analytical, diagnostic and therapeutic context of Biotinamide

  • The morphological and physiological characteristics of myenteric neurons in the guinea pig distal colon were determined using Lucifer yellow- or N-(2-aminoethyl) biotinamide-containing microelectrodes and intracellular recording and staining methods [14].
  • Biotinamide, dissolved in an artificial intracellular solution, was applied to the cut ends of the mesenteric nerves and the tissue was maintained in organ culture overnight [9].

References

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