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Aldehydes

Aldehydes

a large class of organic compounds containing the -cho radical, oxidised to acids and reduced to alcohols. Aldehydes are indicated by the prefix oxo- (for o of co) or formyl- (for cho), or by the suffix -al, -dial, -trial, etc.


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The application of Sodium borohydride

... process, sodium dithionite is used in the dying industry. Sodium borohydride also used in Oxymercuration reaction. Sodium borohydride reduces aldehydes and ketones into alcohols. This reaction is used in the production of various antibiotics including chloramphenicol,dihydrostreptomycin, and ...

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Paraormaldehyde action in immunofluorescence.

... of the plasma membrane components, thus exposing the interior of the cell to antibodies and other non-permeant reagents. Cell cultures fixed with aldehydes require a permeabilization step with a detergent. Triton X-100 is a popular permeabilizing agent, as are saponin, Tween, and sodium dodecyl ...

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