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Related to cyanate: Ammonium cyanate, sodium cyanate
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CNOChief of Naval Operations
CNOChief Nursing Officer
CNOCollege of Nurses of Ontario
CNOCoconut Oil
CNOCyanate (form of cyanide)
CNOCom/Net/Org (GTLDs)
CNOCherokee Nation of Oklahoma
CNOChief Nuclear Officer (nuclear facility operation)
CNOComputer Network Operation(s)
CNOCommunity Nutrition Organizer (Bangladesh)
CNOCashew Nut Oil
CNOClean, Neat, Organized
CNOComité de Normalisation Obligataire (French: Bondholder Committee for Standardization)
CNOCollège National d'Occlusodontologie (French: National College of Occlusodontology)
CNOCercle des Nageurs de l'Ouest (French swim club)
CNOClub Nautique de l'Ouest (French: Nautical Club of the West)
CNOChambre Nationale des Ostéopathes (French: National Chamber of Osteopaths)
CNOCentre Néphrologique d'Occitanie (French nephrology center)
CNOCancéropôle Nord-Ouest (French cancer prevention project)
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Selective inhibition with sodium cyanate of protein synthesis in colon cancer cells.
Consequently, it can be clearly seen that the consumption rate of both cyanate groups and EP groups in existence of PESC is faster than that of the neat CE/EP blend, which indicates that the presence of PES-C could accelerate both trimerization reactions of cyanate groups and copolymerization between cyanate groups and EP groups.
Cyanate may also derive from thiocyanate metabolism (15), because myeloperoxidase catalyzes thiocyanate oxidation in the presence of hydrogen peroxide and then promotes protein carbamylation at inflammation sites (16, 17).
We assumed the exogenous source of cyanate in our study was smoking," Hazen says.
Therefore a distinction between free, WAD and total cyanide forms (other compounds such as cyanates or thiocyanates are also present) in tailings water is useful for legal regulatory purposes [8].
These are epoxy resins, bismaleimides, cyanate ester resins, and phenolic resins, then polybenzoxazines themselves.
Fluorescence iso thio cyanate (FITC), procured from M/s Sigma, USA, was used, and Fluorescence Microscope model BH2 RFL1 PM 10 ADS, (OLYMPUS, Japan) was used to view the detection of virus as fluorescence.
However, there are alternatives such as GETEK, MEGTRON, BT, polyamide (28) and cyanate resin material, with attractive mechanical or electrical properties (low dielectric constant and loss tangent).
The protective effect of melatonin has been documented also against other toxic substances that elicit increased oxidative potential, such as ammonia (Lena & Subramanian, 2003), cyanate (Melchiori et al.
2] in the inhibition of Escherichia coli growth by cyanate.
By showing that ammonium cyanate can become urea by an internal re-arrangement of its atoms, without gaining or losing in weight, Wohler furnished one of the first and best examples of isomerism.
of these composite powders added to cyanate ester- and epoxy-based, die-attach adhesives loaded with ~75% silver flake resulted in electrical conductivity increases of well over 100-fold or more.