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Abbreviation : IBA
Long Form : 2-iodosobenzoic acid
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2016 An efficient synthesis of iminoquinones by a chemoselective domino ortho-hydroxylation/oxidation/imidation sequence of 2-aminoaryl ketones. IBX
2013 New modified beta-cyclodextrin derivatives as detoxifying agents of chemical warfare agents (II). In vitro detoxification of cyclosarin (GF): general screening and toxicokinetic aspects of OP scavengers. beta-CD, OP
2012 Nitromethane with IBX/TBAF as a nitrosating agent: synthesis of nitrosamines from secondary or tertiary amines under mild conditions. IBX
2011 In vitro detoxification of cyclosarin (GF) by modified cyclodextrins. beta-CD, CDs, IBA-beta-CD, OP
2008 Experimental determination of the gas phase proton affinities of the conjugate base anions of 2-iodoxybenzoic acid (IBX) and 2-iodosobenzoic acid (IBA). IBX
2007 Determination of the hydrolysis kinetics of alpha-naphthyl acetate in micellar systems and the effect of HPMC (catalyst present). alpha-NA, CAC, CMC, CTAB, HPMC
2006 HPMC effect on catalyzed hydrolysis of alpha-naphthyl acetate in cationic micellar systems. alpha-NA, CMC, CTAB, HPMC
2005 In situ generation of o-iodoxybenzoic acid (IBX) and the catalytic use of it in oxidation reactions in the presence of Oxone as a co-oxidant. 2IBAcid, IBX
1995 Catabolism of radioiodinated murine monoclonal antibody F(ab')2 fragment labeled using N-succinimidyl 3-iodobenzoate and Iodogen methods. mAb, SIB
10  1989 Ortho-iodosobenzoic acid: its acute toxicity and neurobehavioral effects in mice. OP
11  1988 Preparation of overlapping peptides of bovine retinal S-antigen and their localization by immunoblotting with peptide-specific antibodies. ---
12  1983 Chemical cleavage of polyomavirus major structural protein VP1: identification of cleavage products and evidence that the receptor moiety resides in the carboxy-terminal region. ---