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  • 1 Mitotic inhibitor — The structure of paclitaxel, a widely used mitotic inhibitor. A mitotic inhibitor is a drug that inhibits mitosis, or cell division. These drugs disrupt microtubules, which are structures that pull the cell apart when it divides. Mitotic… …

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  • 2 Reverse-transcriptase inhibitor — Reverse transcriptase inhibitors (RTIs) are a class of antiretroviral drug used to treat HIV infection, tumors,[1] and cancer.[2] RTIs inhibit activity of reverse transcriptase, a viral DNA polymerase enzyme that retroviruses need to reproduce.… …

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  • 3 Hydroquinone — Hydroquinone …

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  • 4 Diethylhydroxylamine — Diethylhydroxylamine[1] IUPAC name N Ethyl N hydroxy E …

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  • 5 Bisphenol A — Bisphenol A IUPAC name …

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  • 6 Dakin oxidation — The Dakin oxidation The Dakin oxidation is an organic redox reaction in which an ortho or para hydroxylated phenyl aldehyde (2 hydroxybenzaldehyde or 4 hydroxybenzaldehyde) or ketone reacts with hydrogen pero …

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  • 7 catalysis — catalytic /kat l it ik/, adj., n. catalytical, adj. catalytically, adv. /keuh tal euh sis/, n., pl. catalyses / seez /. 1. Chem. the causing or accelerating of a chemical change by the addition of a catalyst. 2. an action between two or more… …

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  • 8 Liaisons Halogènes — Liaison halogène Il existe un monde parallèle à celui de la liaison hydrogène (HB), qui est celui de la liaison halogène (XB) qui s établit entre les atomes d halogènes électrodéficients (appauvris en densité électronique), facilement… …

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  • 9 elastomer — elastomeric /i las teuh mer ik/, adj. /i las teuh meuhr/, n. Chem. an elastic substance occurring naturally, as natural rubber, or produced synthetically, as butyl rubber or neoprene. [1935 40; ELAST(IC) + O + Gk méros a part] * * * ▪ chemical… …

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  • 10 Factor X — For other uses, see Factor X (disambiguation). Coagulation factor X PDB rendering based on 1c5m …

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  • 11 Discovery and development of tubulin inhibitors — Tubulin inhibitors interfere directly with the tubulin system which is in contrast to those drugs acting on DNA for cancer chemotherapy. Microtubules play an important role in eukaryotic cells. Alpha and beta tubulin, the main components of… …

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  • 12 CDKN1B — Cyclin dependent kinase inhibitor 1B (p27, Kip1) PDB rendering based on 1jsu …

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  • 13 Alpha 1-antitrypsin — or α1 antitrypsin (A1AT) is a glycoprotein and generally known as serum trypsin inhibitor. The correct name, however, is alpha 1 proteinase inhibitor (A1PI) because it is a serine protease inhibitor (serpin) inhibiting a wide variety of proteases …

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  • 14 SERPINI1 — Serpin peptidase inhibitor, clade I (neuroserpin), member 1 PDB rendering based on 1jjo …

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  • 15 Discovery and development of nucleoside and nucleotide reverse-transcriptase inhibitors — (NRTIs and NtRTIs) began in the 1980s when the AIDS epidemic hit Western societies. NRTIs inhibit the reverse transcriptase (RT), an enzyme that controls the replication of the genetic material of the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). The first …

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  • 16 enzyme — /en zuym/, n. Biochem. any of various proteins, as pepsin, originating from living cells and capable of producing certain chemical changes in organic substances by catalytic action, as in digestion. Cf. ase. [1880 85; < MGk énzymos leavened (Gk… …

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  • 17 Hydrazine — For the antidepressant, see Hydrazine (antidepressant). Hydrazine …

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  • 18 organosulfur compound — ▪ chemical compound Introduction also spelled  organosulphur compound , also called  organic sulfur compound   a subclass of organic substances that contain sulfur and that are known for their varied occurrence and unusual properties. They are… …

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  • 19 Complement membrane attack complex — A membrane attack complex attached to a pathogenic cell. The membrane attack complex (MAC) is typically formed on the surface of intruding pathogenic bacterial cells as a result of the activation of the alternative pathway of the complement… …

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  • 20 Glial scar — formation (gliosis) is a reactive cellular process involving astrogliosis that occurs after injury to the Central Nervous System. As with scarring in other organs and tissues, the glial scar is the body s mechanism to protect and begin the… …

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