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AChE (35 times)
TCh (12 times)
ACh (8 times)
1985 Kinetic analysis of inhibition of brain and red blood cell acetylcholinesterase and plasma cholinesterase by acephate or methamidophos.
acetylthiocholine chloride
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AChE (5 times)
TCh (2 times)
DDVP (1 time)
2000 A micro flow injection electrochemical biosensor for organophosphorus pesticides.
(4 times)
Biocompatible Materials
(1 time)
AChE (3 times)
ACh (1 time)
ESIPT (1 time)
1987 High-resolution localization of acetylcholinesterase at the rat neuromuscular junction.
acetylthiocholine iodide
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AChE (2 times)
BTCh (1 time)
ChE (1 time)
1998 Some kinetic and toxicological characteristics of thoracic ganglia cholinesterase of Chasmagnathus granulata (Decapoda, Grapsidae).
AChE-catalyzed hydrolysis of acetylthiocholine
(3 times)
Chemistry Techniques, Analytical
(2 times)
AChE (3 times)
CDs (1 time)
CNTs (1 time)
2010 A sol-gel-derived acetylcholinesterase microarray for nanovolume small-molecule screening.
ability to hydrolyse both acetylthiocholine
(1 time)
Allergy and Immunology
(1 time)
AChE (1 time)
BChE (1 time)
BTCh (1 time)
2002 Idiotypic mimicry of a catalytic antibody active site.
acetylcholine chloride
(1 time)
(1 time)
AChE (1 time)
AR (1 time)
MnO2 NS (1 time)
2019 Ratiometric fluorescence sensor for organophosphorus pesticide detection based on opposite responses of two fluorescence reagents to MnO2 nanosheets.
AChE can hydrolyze acetylthiocholine
(1 time)
Chemistry Techniques, Analytical
(1 time)
AChE (1 time)
OPs (1 time)
TCh (1 time)
2019 A sensitive fluorescence assay of organophosphorus pesticides using acetylcholinesterase and copper-catalyzed click chemistry.