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AcronymDefinition
ACACAcetylacetone
ACACAcetoacetate
ACACAccord Commercial Anti-Contrefaçon (French: Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement)
ACACAssociation of College Admissions Counselors
ACACAlberta Colleges Athletics Conference (Canada)
ACACArkansas Community Arts Cooperative
ACACAmerican Council for Accredited Certification (Glendale, AZ)
ACACAir-Cooled Air Cooler (aviation)
ACACAssociation des Chasseurs À l'Arc du Cher (French hunting association)
ACACAccess Customer Advocate Center
ACACAssociation Champenoise des Automobiles de Collection (French automobile club)
ACACApparel Contractors Alliance of California
ACACAutomobile Club André Citroën (French automobile club)
ACACAutomated Direct Analog Computer
ACACAir Control Area Commander
ACACArmy Combined Arms Center
ACACArvada Child Advocacy Center
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The acetoacetate functional resin, 510--400, has the highest functionality and the lowest equivalent weight that should increase crosslink density, increase hardness, and reduce paint viscosity.
Alkylation of methyl acetoacetate (3) with 6 in the presence of potassium carbonate in acetone and DMF27) afforded 7, whose alkaline hydrolysis and decarboxylation gave unsaturated ketone 8 as an (E,Z)-mixture.
Bloom speculated that acetoacetate had caused the inexplicable jubilation.
This enzyme helps break down homogentisale in 50 maleyil acetoacetate.
Monensin sodium may be fed @ 200-300 mg/ head/day for prevention of clinical and subclinical ketosis as it reduces [beta]-hydroxy butyrate (BHBA), non-esterified fatty acid (NEFA), acetoacetate and increases glucose.
Acetoacetate, acetone, and dibenzylamine (a contaminant in l-(+)-beta-hydroxybutyrate) exhibit direct anticonvulsant actions in vivo.
Raised Plasma Lactic Acid (48mg/dl)###GC-MS1 of urine###Elevated Lactate, Pyruvate, 3-hydroxybutyrate, Acetoacetate
There are three sources of ketone bodies: beta-hydroxybutyrate (78%), acetoacetate (20%) and acetone (2%).
5) Of note is that the nitroprusside method used by dipsticks for detection of ketones reacts only with acetoacetate and not [beta]-hydroxybutyrate.
Owing to concerns about their stability, acetoacetate, acetone, ascorbate, and pyruvate were supplemented into serum with within--reference interval and increased creatinine concentrations.