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    1. Krajewska, B; Zaborska, W; Leszko, M
      Inhibition of chitosan-immobilized urease by slow-binding inhibitors: Ni2+, F- and acetohydroxamic acid

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR CATALYSIS B-ENZYMATIC
    2. Leggio, A; Liguori, A; Napoli, A; Siciliano, C; Sindona, G
      Site selectivity in the synthesis of O-methylated hydroxamic acids with diazomethane

      JOURNAL OF ORGANIC CHEMISTRY
    3. Garcia, B; Ibeas, S; Hoyuelos, FJ; Leal, JM; Secco, F; Venturini, M
      Hydroxamic acids as weak base indicators: Protonation in strong acid media

      JOURNAL OF ORGANIC CHEMISTRY
    4. Mizutani, K; Muralidhara, BK; Yamashita, H; Tabata, S; Mikami, B; Hirose, M
      Anion-mediated Fe3+ release mechanism in ovotransferrin C-lobe - A structurally identified SO42- binding site and its implications for the kinetic pathway

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    5. Ohta, T; Shibata, H; Kawamori, T; Iimuro, M; Sugimura, T; Wakabayashi, K
      Marked reduction of Helicobacter pylori-induced gastritis by urease inhibitors, acetohydroxamic acid and flurofamide, in Mongolian gerbils

      BIOCHEMICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    6. Benini, S; Rypniewski, WR; Wilson, KS; Miletti, S; Ciurli, S; Mangani, S
      The complex of Bacillus pasteurii urease with acetohydroxamate anion from X-ray data at 1.55 angstrom resolution

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL INORGANIC CHEMISTRY
    7. Garcia, B; Ibeas, S; Leal, JM; Senent, ML; Nino, A; Munoz-Caro, C
      Theoretical and experimental study of the acetohydroxamic acid protonation: The solvent effect

      CHEMISTRY-A EUROPEAN JOURNAL
    8. Nino, A; Munoz-Caro, C; Senent, ML
      Suitability of different levels of theory for modelling of hydroxamic acids

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR STRUCTURE-THEOCHEM
    9. Sugihara, K; Kitamura, S; Ohta, S; Tatsumi, K
      Reduction of hydroxamic acids to the corresponding amides catalyzed by rabbit blood

      XENOBIOTICA
    10. Muralidhara, BK; Hirose, M
      Anion-mediated iron release from transferrins - The kinetic and mechanistic model for N-lobe of ovotransferrin

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    11. Meria, P; Desgrippes, A; Fournier, R; Arfi, C; Antoine, C; Martinat, L; Teillac, P; Le Duc, A
      The conservative management of Corynebacterium group D2 encrusted pyelitis

      BJU INTERNATIONAL
    12. Schwartz, BF
      Historical perspectives and current advancements in the bacteriology and medical therapy of struvite urinary stone disease

      CURRENT PHARMACEUTICAL DESIGN
    13. Farkas, E; Enyedy, EA; Csoka, H
      A comparison between the chelating properties of some dihydroxamic acids, desferrioxamine B and acetohydroxamic acid

      POLYHEDRON
    14. Osborne, CA; Morris, ML; Wheeler, RC
      Medical dissolution and prevention of canine uroliths - Seven steps from science to service

      VETERINARY CLINICS OF NORTH AMERICA-SMALL ANIMAL PRACTICE
    15. Osborne, CA; Lulich, JP; Polzin, DJ; Allen, TA; Kruger, JM; Bartges, JW; Koehler, LA; Ulrich, LK; Bird, KA
      Medical dissolution and prevention of canine struvite urolithiasis - Twenty years of experience

      VETERINARY CLINICS OF NORTH AMERICA-SMALL ANIMAL PRACTICE
    16. Birus, M; Budimir, A; Gabricevic, M
      Complexation of beryllium(II) with hydroxamic acids in aqueous medium; spectrophotometric determination of stability constants

      JOURNAL OF INORGANIC BIOCHEMISTRY
    17. Rodman, JS
      Struvite stones

      NEPHRON
    18. ZULLO A; RINALDI V; HASSAN C; FOLINO S; WINN S; PINTO G; ATTILI AF
      HELICOBACTER-PYLORI AND PLASMA AMMONIA LEVELS IN CIRRHOTICS - ROLE OFUREASE INHIBITION BY ACETOHYDROXAMIC ACID

      Italian Journal of Gastroenterology and Hepatology
    19. MORRIS NS; STICKLER DJ
      THE EFFECT OF UREASE INHIBITORS ON THE ENCRUSTATION OF URETHRAL CATHETERS

      Urological research
    20. LI YJ; HARRIS WR
      IRON REMOVAL FROM MONOFERRIC HUMAN SERUM TRANSFERRINS BY 1,2-DIMETHYL-3-HYDROXYPYRIDIN-4-ONE, 1-HYDROXYPYRIDIN-2-ONE AND ACETOHYDROXAMIC ACID

      Biochimica et biophysica acta. Protein structure and molecular enzymology
    21. MERIA P; DESGRIPPES A; ARFI C; LEDUC A
      ENCRUSTED CYSTITIS AND PYELITIS

      The Journal of urology
    22. ZULLO A; RINALDI V; FOLINO S; DIANA F; ATTILI AF
      HELICOBACTER-PYLORI UREASE INHIBITION AND AMMONIA LEVELS IN CIRRHOTIC-PATIENTS

      The American journal of gastroenterology
    23. GHIO AJ; PIANTADOSI CA; CRUMBLISS AL
      HYPOTHESIS - IRON CHELATION PLAYS A VITAL ROLE IN NEUTROPHILIC INFLAMMATION

      BioMetals
    24. WIERZBICKI A; SALLIS JD; STEVENS ED; SMITH M; SIKES CS
      CRYSTAL-GROWTH AND MOLECULAR MODELING STUDIES OF INHIBITION OF STRUVITE BY PHOSPHOCITRATE

      Calcified tissue international
    25. WANG LP; WONG HY; GRIFFITH DP
      TREATMENT OPTIONS IN STRUVITE STONES

      Urologic clinics of North America
    26. HASSAN SSM; ELBAHNASAWY RM; RIZK NM
      POTENTIOMETRIC DETERMINATION OF SALICYLHYDROXAMIC ACID (URINARY STRUVITE STONE INHIBITOR) BASED ON THE INHIBITION OF UREASE ACTIVITY

      Analytica chimica acta
    27. ZABORSKA W; LESZKO M; KOT M; JUSZKIEWICZ A
      THE ENTHALPIMETRIC DETERMINATION OF INHIBITION CONSTANTS FOR THE INHIBITION OF UREASE BY ACETOHYDROXAMIC ACID

      Acta Biochimica Polonica
    28. DILIEGRO I; CESTELLI A; MATZANKE BF; BILL E; TRAUTWEIN AX
      THE INTERACTION OF FE(III), ADRIAMYCIN AND DAUNOMYCIN WITH NUCLEOTIDES AND DNA AND THEIR EFFECTS ON CELL-GROWTH OF FIBROBLASTS (NIH-3T3)

      BioMetals
    29. STICKLER DJ
      BACTERIAL BIOFILMS AND THE ENCRUSTATION OF URETHRAL CATHETERS

      Biofouling
    30. COHEN TD; PREMINGER GM
      STRUVITE CALCULI

      Seminars in nephrology
    31. HOLMES LB
      HYDROXAMIC ACID - A POTENTIAL HUMAN TERATOGEN THAT COULD BE RECOMMENDED TO TREAT UREAPLASMA

      Teratology
    32. SOMMI P; RICCI V; FIOCCA R; ROMANO M; IVEY KJ; COVA E; SOLCIA E; VENTURA U
      SIGNIFICANCE OF AMMONIA IN THE GENESIS OF GASTRIC EPITHELIAL LESIONS INDUCED BY HELICOBACTER-PYLORI - AN IN-VITRO STUDY WITH DIFFERENT BACTERIAL STRAINS AND UREA CONCENTRATIONS

      Digestion
    33. GIANNAKOPOULOS X; EVANGELOU A; TSOUMANIS P; PAPADOPOULOU C; CHARALAMBOPOULOS C; ANTONIADIS G
      URINARY-TRACT INFECTION IN PATIENTS WITH RENAL STONES IN THE EPIRUS DISTRICT (NORTHEAST GREECE)

      Annales d'Urologie
    34. PARK JB; IMAMURA L; KOBASHI K; ITOH H; MIYAZAKI T; HORISAKI T
      INHIBITORY EFFECT OF BETA-GLUCOSYL-PHENOLIC HYDROXAMIC ACIDS AGAINST UREASE IN THE PRESENCE OF MICROFLORAL BETA-GLUCOSIDASE

      Biological & pharmaceutical bulletin
    35. SAMUELL CT; KASIDAS GP
      BIOCHEMICAL INVESTIGATIONS IN RENAL STONE FORMERS

      Annals of clinical biochemistry
    36. RYAN M; MURRAY PR
      PREVALENCE OF CORYNEBACTERIUM-UREALYTICUM IN URINE SPECIMENS COLLECTED AT A UNIVERSITY-AFFILIATED MEDICAL-CENTER

      Journal of clinical microbiology
    37. SCHMITZ W; NOLDE A; MARKLEIN G; HESSE A
      INVITRO STUDIES OF ENCRUSTATIONS ON CATHETERS, A MODEL OF INFECTION STONE FORMATION

      Cells and materials
    38. AGUADO JM; MORALES JM; SALTO E; LUMBRERAS C; LIZASOAIN M; DIAZGONZALEZ R; MARTINEZ MA; ANDRES A; PRAGA M; NORIEGA AR
      ENCRUSTED PYELITIS AND CYSTITIS BY CORYNEBACTERIUM-UREALYTICUM (CDC GROUP D2) - A NEW AND THREATENING COMPLICATION FOLLOWING RENAL-TRANSPLANT

      Transplantation
    39. GLEESON MJ; GRIFFITH DP
      STRUVITE CALCULI

      British Journal of Urology


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