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There was no difference in blood acetaldehyde levels, vital signs, or symptoms between patients who received metronidazole or placebo.
Measurements of acetaldehyde emissions from the glued-laminated timbers were subjected to the Japanese Industrial Standard (JIS) A1901 small chamber method (JIS 2009).
Research studies have confirmed that acetaldehyde is the main cause of alcohol addiction.
The acetaldehyde produced by the action of one or more ADH enzymes must be oxidized efficiently by one or more ALDH enzymes in order for the cell/ tissue to maintain nontoxic levels of this reactive molecule.
Acetaldehyde is the toxic chemical that alcohol is converted to in the body and a prime cause of hangovers.
In animals treated with TKM-ALDH2, increased blood acetaldehyde levels -- a key biomarker of aldehyde dehydrogenase inhibition -- were observed following the introduction of alcohol.
You will discover how acetaldehyde interferes with biological and cellular processes to induce functional and metabolic abnormalities that lead to cancer.
The three VOCs present at the highest concentrations were acetaldehyde at a maximum of 47 pg/[m.
A large amount of acetaldehyde in PET used for bottle manufacturing
Only time cures a hangover, and generally the acetaldehyde will be gone by mid-morning or midday.
On the plus side, acetaldehyde is attacked automatically by another enzyme, which means it only has a short space of time in which to do any damage.
Among them are ethylene oxide and ethylene glycol, methanol and synthesis gas, formaldehyde and acetaldehyde, and alpha olefins.