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1. Acetohexamide (Dymelor)
A pill taken to lower the level of glucose in the blood. Only some people with non insulin -dependent diabetes take these pills.

2. Agarose (agarbiose)
This linear galactan is created by purifying agar ; when it is heated and cooled, it forms a gel that is used as a support for many types of electrophoresis and immunodiffusion . A typical gel is about 1% agarose. Agarose is more porous than acrylamide and is sold in different grades; the lower its sulfate content, the more highly purified it is.

3. Amide
* An organic compound which contains a -CONH2 group. * Any of the organic compounds produced when a hydrogen atom of ammonia (NH3) is replaced with a metal.

4. Amide linkage
This is a carboxylic acid containing an amino group (-NH2). In an alpha amino acid, the amino group is attached to the carbon atom directly beside the carboxyl group.

5. BACOP
"Bleomycin," "Adriamycin," "cyclophosphamide," "Oncovin," and "prednisone": a combination of drugs used as a chemotherapy treatment for malignant lymphoma .

6. Biocytin
The amino acid residue formed when biotin links covalently via an amide linkage to a Lys residue.

7. Chloropropamide (Diabinese)
An oral hypoglycemic agent (a prescription drug that people take to lower the level of glucose in the blood). The pills work for some people whose pancreas still makes some insulin . They can help the body in several ways, such as by causing the cells in the pancreas to release more insulin.

8. Cy VADIC
"vincristine," "Adriamycin," and "imidazole" "carboxamide: A combination of drugs used in cancer chemotherapy treatment.

9. Cyclophosphamide
A cytotoxin in the nitrogen mustard family which is used both as a chemotherapy agent ( Hodgkin's disease , lymphosarcoma , lymphocytic leukemia , ovarian cancer, etc.) and as an immune system suppressor to prevent transplant rejections.

10. Disc electrophoresis
Short for "discontinuous electrophoresis," it is a type of polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis . This electrophoresis method uses gels of two different concentrations of polyacrylamide (a synthetic polymer ), the one of lower concentration stacked on top of the one with higher concentration, in order to better resolve bands of whatever is being separated ( DNA , RNA , or protein ) that would otherwise be very close together.


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