Medical Definition of Schardinger reaction

1. The reduction of methylene blue to methylene white by formaldehyde is rapidly catalyzed by fresh milk but not by boiled milk, the catalyzing agent being xanthine oxidase (Schardinger's enzyme); an example of oxidation in the absence of O2 with an organic hydrogen acceptor (the dye). (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Schardinger Reaction

Schaffer
Schaffer's reflex
Schaffer's test
Schaffhausen
Schaffneria
Schaffneria nigripes
Schamberg
Schamberg's dermatitis
Schanz
Schanz syndrome
Schapiro
Schapiro's sign
Schardinger
Schardinger dextrins
Schardinger enzyme
Schardinger reaction (current term)
Schatzki
Schaudinn
Schaudinn's fixative
Schaumann
Schaumann's lymphogranuloma
Schaumann's syndrome
Schaumann bodies
Schaumberg
Schauta
Schauta vaginal operation
Schede
Schede's clot
Schede's method
Scheele

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