Ho N N H H

Nozinan A trade name for methotrimeprazine hydrochloride (levomepromazine hydrochloride), used as a sedative-hypnotic agent. NP Abbreviation for 1. normal plasma 2. nucle-oprotein 3. nucleocapsid protein 4. nucleoside phosphorylase. NP-27 A trade name for tolnaftate, used as an antifungal agent. NP Detector Abbreviation for nitrogen-phosphorus detector. NP-40 Abbreviation for Nonidet P40, a detergent. 4NPA Abbreviation for 4-nitrophenylacetate. NPH A trade name for neutral protamine hagedorn...

Ch3

Haliscomenobacter A genus of Gram-negative, rod-shaped bacteria. Hallucination Perception of objects or events that do not exist. Hallucinogen Any substance that is capable of inducing hallucination. Halo- A prefix denoting 1. containing halogen 2. related to the sea or salt. Haloacetate Dehalogenase The enzyme that catalyzes the following reaction Haloacetate + H2O Haloacid Dehalogenase The enzyme that catalyzes the following reaction Haloamine Halogen derivative of ammonia, e.g., chloroamine...

M

A prefix meaning modified form of interconvertable enzyme, e.g., m-glycogen phosphorylase a. M Abbreviation for 1. mole or molar concentration 2. molecular weight 3. methionine. M12 An icosahydron RNA phage in the family of Leviviridae. M13 A filamentous bacteriophage containing single-stranded DNA (Inoviridae). M Antigen 1. A protein antigen from Streptococci that cross-reacts with muscle antigen. 2. A LPS-protein surface antigen from a species of Brucella. 3. A...

Antibody Valence Antigalactic

Antibody Valence The number of combining sites per antibody molecule. Most antibody molecules have a valence of two (two combining sites per antibody molecule). Anticarcinogen Any substance possessing anticarcinogenic activity. Anticephalagic Any substance capable of relieving a headache. Anti-C-Gal-IgG Abbreviation for antibody against C-terminal sequence of a-galactosidase. Anticholinergic 1. Counteracting the action of acetylcholine. 2. The blockage of acetylcholine receptors....

Keratic aKetoacid Decarboxylase

Adenosine 3'5'-bisphosphate + keratan 6'-sulfate Keratin Insoluble protective or structural proteins such as finger nails and feathers (also called albuminoids). There are two classes of keratins, namely a and P keratins. The a keratins are rich in cysteine in nails, horns, and wools. The P keratins contain little or no cysteine and are rich in amino acids with small side chains in silk fiber spun by spiders. Keratinase A protease that catalyzes the hydrolysis of peptide bonds in keratin, e.g.,...

Cooh

Nicotinic Acid Acetylcholine Receptor A plasma membrane receptor that binds acetylcho-line causing diffusion of sodium ions into the cell and depolarizing the plasma membrane. Nicotinic Receptor A synaptic acetylcholine receptor for binding of nicotine, thereby mimicking the action of acetylcholine. Nicotinic Synapse A synapse that contains nico-tinic receptor. Nicotinyl Alcohol mol wt 109 A vasodilator. Nicotrol A trade name for nicotine, a smoking deterrent. NidaGel A trade name for...

DPT Droloxifene

DPT Abbreviation for 1. a vaccine mixture of diphtheria, pertussis, and tetanus 2. dipropyl-tryptamine. DPTV Abbreviation for a combination of diphtheria, pertussis, and tetanus vaccine DQF Abbreviation for double-quantum filtered. DRA Abbreviation for dextran-reactive antibody. DraI AhaIII A restriction endonuclease from Deinococcus radiophilus with the following specificity DraII A restriction endonuclease from Deinococcus radiophilus with the following specificity Drenison A trade name for...

Antisialagogue Antixerophthalmic Factor100

Antisialagogue Agent capable of suppressing the flow or formation of saliva. Antisialic Suppressing or decreasing the secretion of saliva. Antisigma Factor A protein produced by T4-infected E. coli that prevents the recognition of the promoter by the sigma factor of host DNA-depen-dent RNA polymerase. Anti-SM RNP Abbreviation for antibody against smooth muscle ribonucleoprotein. Antispas A trade name for dicyclomine hydro-chloride, used as an anticholinergic agent. Antispasmodic Agent or action...

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Carazolol mol wt 298 An antihypertensive, antianginal, and antiarrhythmic agent. Carbacel A trade name for carbachol, used as a miotic agent. Carbachol mol wt 183 A substance that causes contractions of the sphincter muscle of the iris leading to miosis and produces ciliary spasm and vasodilation of conjunctival vessels of the outflow tract. Carbadox mol wt 262 An antibacterial agent.

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Preventing or correcting anemia. 2. Any agent capable of preventing or correcting anemia, e.g., vitamen B12. Antianemic Factor Referring to vitamin B12. Antianginal 1. Capable of preventing or relieving angina pectoris by enlarging arteries of the heart and improving blood flow. 2. A drug that is capable of preventing or relieving angina pectoris. Antiantibody An antibody directed against an antigenic determinant on an antibody molecule. Antiantidote Substance that blocks the...