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Tarsus, Animal

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  • It has been proposed that 13(S)-hydroperoxy-9Z,11E-octadecadienoic acid [13(S)-HPODE]-mediated formation of 4-oxo-2(E)-nonenal and 4-hydroxy-2(E)-nonenal arises from a Hock rearrangement [1].
  • Histological sections of rat hocks ranked by severity of arthritis-related changes suggested that the SFO- and EPA-based diets were more successful in ameliorating the destructive arthritic phase in hock joints than the BT- and DHA-based diets (P = 0.09) in this model of arthritis [2].
  • The third photoproduct, eluting at RT = 64 min, is tentatively identified as an oxidation product arising from allylic hydroperoxide degradation via Hock rearrangement or free radical decomposition [3].
  • HAT has become our technique of choice for suitable scalp lacerations.[Ong Eng Hock M, Ooi SBS, Saw SM, Lim SH [4].
  • The increase in hexanal and methyl 9-oxononanoate at the expense of pentane and methyl octanoate in the presence of hydrogen donor compounds supports the presence of a heat-catalyzed heterolytic cleavage (also known as Hock cleavage), which seems to mainly affect the trans,trans isomers of linoleate hydroperoxides [5].

Associations of Tarsus, Animal with chemical compounds

  • Mepivacaine was detected in 25/25 (100%) adjacent tarsometatarsal and centrodistal joints after diffusion in both directions, in 23/25 (92%) of tarsocrural joints after diffusion from tarsometatarsal joints and in 22/25 (88%) tarsocrural joints after diffusion from centrodistal joints in the hocks [6].


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