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enEnglish deGerman
1 word
ion Ion
2 words
Ion trap Ionenfalle
hydronium ion Hydroniumion
ion acceleration Ionenbeschleunigung
ion bombardment Ionenbeschuss
ion channel Ionenkanal
ion channel Membrankanal
ion channels Ionenkanäle
ion channels Membrankanäle
ion diagram Ionogramm
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enEnglish bgBulgarian
1 word
ion йон
 
enEnglish eoEsperanto
1 word
ion jono
 
enEnglish esSpanish
1 word
ion ión
 
enEnglish frFrench
1 word
ion ion
 
enEnglish heHebrew
1 word
ion יון
 
enEnglish ioIdo
1 word
ion iono
 
enEnglish ltLithuanian
1 word
ion jonas
 
enEnglish nlDutch
1 word
ion ion
 
enEnglish ruRussian
2 words
Ion trap ионная ловушка
 
nlDutch enEnglish
1 word
ion ion
 
nlDutch bgBulgarian
1 word
ion йон
 
nlDutch deGerman
1 word
ion Ion
 
nlDutch eoEsperanto
1 word
ion jono
 
nlDutch esSpanish
1 word
ion ión
 
nlDutch frFrench
1 word
ion ion
 
nlDutch heHebrew
1 word
ion יון
 
nlDutch ioIdo
1 word
ion iono
 
frFrench enEnglish
1 word
ion ion
 
frFrench bgBulgarian
1 word
ion йон
 
frFrench deGerman
1 word
ion Ion
 
frFrench eoEsperanto
1 word
ion jono
 
frFrench esSpanish
1 word
ion ión
 
frFrench heHebrew
1 word
ion יון
 
frFrench ioIdo
1 word
ion iono
 
frFrench nlDutch
1 word
ion ion
 
deGerman enEnglish
1 word
Ion ion
 
deGerman bgBulgarian
1 word
Ion йон
 
deGerman eoEsperanto
1 word
Ion jono
 
deGerman esSpanish
1 word
Ion ión
 
deGerman frFrench
1 word
Ion ion
 
deGerman heHebrew
1 word
Ion יון
 
deGerman ioIdo
1 word
Ion iono
 
deGerman nlDutch
1 word
Ion ion
 
roRomanian enEnglish
1 word
Ion Jack
Ion John
Ion Johnny
Ion Sean
Ion Shane
Ion Shawn
 
roRomanian brBreton
1 word
Ion Yann
 
roRomanian caCatalan
1 word
Ion Joan
 
roRomanian csCzech
1 word
Ion Jan
Ion Janek
Ion Janko
 
roRomanian cyWelsh
1 word
Ion Ieuan
Ion Ioan
Ion Siôn
 
roRomanian daDanish
1 word
Ion Iven
Ion Jen
Ion Jens
Ion Johannes
 
roRomanian deGerman
1 word
Ion Johann
Ion Johannes
 
roRomanian elGreek
1 word
Ion Ιωάννης|R=Ioánnis
 
roRomanian eoEsperanto
1 word
Ion Johano
 
roRomanian esSpanish
1 word
Ion Juan
 
roRomanian fiFinnish
1 word
Ion Janne
Ion Juho
Ion Jukka
Ion Jussi
 
roRomanian frFrench
1 word
Ion Jean
 
roRomanian fyFrisian
1 word
Ion Hasko
Ion Jens
 
roRomanian gaIrish
1 word
Ion Eóin
Ion Seán
 
roRomanian gdScottish Gaelic
1 word
Ion Eòin
Ion Iain
Ion Seathan
 
roRomanian huHungarian
1 word
Ion János
 
roRomanian hyArmenian
1 word
Ion Հովհաննես |R=Hovhannes
 
roRomanian isIcelandic
1 word
Ion Hannes
Ion Jóhann
Ion Jóhannes
Ion Jón
 
roRomanian itItalian
1 word
Ion Gian
Ion Gianni
Ion Giovanni
Ion Nino
 
roRomanian jaJapanese
1 word
Ion ジョン|R=jon
 
roRomanian koKorean
1 word
Ion 요한|R=yohan
 
roRomanian kwCornish
1 word
Ion Jowann
 
roRomanian ltLithuanian
1 word
Ion Jonas
 
roRomanian lvLatvian
1 word
Ion Jānis
 
roRomanian nlDutch
1 word
Ion Jan
Ion Johan
Ion Johannes
 
roRomanian noNorwegian
1 word
Ion Jens
 
roRomanian plPolish
1 word
Ion Iwan
Ion Jan
 
roRomanian ptPortuguese
1 word
Ion João
 
roRomanian ruRussian
1 word
Ion Иван|R=Ivan
 
roRomanian skSlovak
1 word
Ion Ján
Ion Jáno
 
roRomanian slSlovenian
1 word
Ion Janez
 
roRomanian svSwedish
1 word
Ion Jan
Ion John
 
roRomanian trTurkish
1 word
Ion Can
 
roRomanian ukUkrainian
1 word
Ion Іван|R=Ivan
 
roRomanian zhChinese
1 word
Ion 約翰|R=yuēhàn
 
esSpanish enEnglish
1 word
ión ion
 
esSpanish bgBulgarian
1 word
ión йон
 
esSpanish deGerman
1 word
ión Ion
 
esSpanish eoEsperanto
1 word
ión jono
 
esSpanish frFrench
1 word
ión ion
 
esSpanish heHebrew
1 word
ión יון
 
esSpanish ioIdo
1 word
ión iono
 
esSpanish nlDutch
1 word
ión ion
 
Definition
 
enEnglish
1-Methyl-4-phenylpyridinium definition: An active neurotoxic metabolite of 1-METHYL-4-PHENYL-1,2,3,6-TETRAHYDROPYRIDINE. The compound reduces dopamine levels, inhibits the biosynthesis of catecholamines, depletes cardiac norepinephrine and inactivates tyrosine hydroxylase. These and other toxic effects lead to cessation of oxidative phosphorylation, ATP depletion, and cell death. The compound, which is related to PARAQUAT, has also been used as an herbicide.
Fluorides definition: Inorganic salts of hydrofluoric acid, HF, in which the fluorine atom is in the -1 oxidation state. (McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific and Technical Terms, 4th ed) Sodium and stannous salts are commonly used in dentifrices.
fluoride definition: A chemical that helps prevent tooth decay. Fluoride may be present in drinking water or applied to the teeth.
Fluoride definition: Fluorine ion requiring removal of one electron to return to its elemental state.
Fluoride definition: Considered a trace element, fluoride is any combination of elements containing the fluorine atom in the -1 oxidation state (fluoride ion). Due to its reactivity, fluorine is found in nature as fluorine compounds or fluorides. Fluoride inhibits various enzyme systems, erythrocyte glycolysis and binds Ca++, causing anticoagulation and other toxic effects. In addition, fluoride is a mitogen for osteoblasts and stimulates bone formation. (NCI)
Ion Channels definition: Gated, ion-selective glycoproteins that traverse membranes. The stimulus for channel gating can be a membrane potential, drug, transmitter, cytoplasmic messenger, or a mechanical deformation. Ion channels which are integral parts of ionotropic neurotransmitter receptors are not included.
membrane channel definition: molecule-sized pores in biomembranes that permit the passage of hydrophilic solutes such as inorganic ions, and the proteins that form such pores and control their permeability.
Ion Channel definition: A transmembrane pore that presents a hydrophilic channel for ions to cross a lipid bilayer down their electrochemical gradients. Some degree of ion specificity is usually observed and typically a million ions per second may flow. Channels may be permanently open, like the potassium leak channel or they may be voltage gated, like the sodium channel or ligand gated like the acetylcholine receptor.
Ion Exchange definition: Reversible chemical reaction between a solid, often one of the ION EXCHANGE RESINS, and a fluid whereby ions may be exchanged from one substance to another. This technique is used in water purification, in research, and in industry.
Ions definition: An atom or group of atoms that have a positive or negative electric charge due to a gain (negative charge) or loss (positive charge) of one or more electrons. Atoms with a positive charge are known as CATIONS; those with a negative charge are ANIONS.
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deGerman
Johann definition: [1] männlicher Vorname
Ionenfalle definition: [1] In einer Ionenfalle werden Ionen, also elektrisch geladene Atome oder Moleküle, festgehalten.
Ion definition: [1] elektrisch geladenes Teilchen
-ion definition: [1] das Derivatem (Ableitungsmorphem) „-ion“ dient hauptsächlich der Substantivierung von Verben, in einigen Fällen auch der Substantivierung von Adjektiven
Ion definition: Ion.
 
ltLithuanian
jonas definition: [1] Ion
 
frFrench
ion definition: Atome ayant perdu ou gagné des électrons sur sa couche externe.
ion definition: Molécule portant une charge négative ou positive, du fait qu’un de ses atomes ait perdu ou gagné des électrons sur sa couche externe.
 
nlDutch
ion definition: Ion.
 
ptPortuguese
íon definition: Ion.
ião definition: Ion.
 
esSpanish
ión definition: Ion.
 
Examples
 

The potentials needed to bias the electron multiplier when detecting negative ions from a low ion-energy mass spectrometer, e.g., a quadrupole, are contrasted with the biasing requirements of a mass spectrometer having high ion-energies, e.g., a magnetic sector.

M McKeown

Environmental Health Perspectives 36 (7), 01 Jun 1980

Ion transport is essential for maintenance of transmembranous and transcellular electric potential, fluid transport and cellular volume.

Michael Eisenhut

Journal of Inflammation (London, England) 3 (7), 29 Mar 2006

Disturbance of ion transport has been associated with cellular dysfunction, intra and extracellular edema and abnormalities of epithelial surface liquid volume.

Michael Eisenhut

Journal of Inflammation (London, England) 3 (7), 29 Mar 2006

There is increasing evidence that conditions characterized by an intense local or systemic inflammatory response are associated with abnormal ion transport.

Michael Eisenhut

Journal of Inflammation (London, England) 3 (7), 29 Mar 2006

This abnormal ion transport has been involved in the pathogenesis of conditions like hypovolemia due to fluid losses, hyponatremia and hypokalemia in diarrhoeal diseases, electrolyte abnormalites in pyelonephritis of early infancy, septicemia induced pulmonary edema, and in hypersecretion and edema induced by inflammatory reactions of the mucosa of the upper respiratory tract.

Michael Eisenhut

Journal of Inflammation (London, England) 3 (7), 29 Mar 2006

1048 further examples >>
Publications
 

Instrumentation for negative ion detection.

M McKeown

Environmental Health Perspectives , 01 Jun 1980

Changes in ion transport in inflammatory disease

Michael Eisenhut

Journal of Inflammation (London, England) , 29 Mar 2006

Recent advances in negative ion mass spectrometry.

J H Bowie

Environmental Health Perspectives , 01 Jun 1980

Negative ion mass spectra of some polychlorinated 2-phenoxyphenols.

K L Busch et al.

Environmental Health Perspectives , 01 Jun 1980

Instrumental aspects of positive and negative ion chemical ionization mass spectrometry.

G C Stafford

Environmental Health Perspectives , 01 Jun 1980

The Ligand Gated Ion Channel Database.

N Le Novère et al.

Nucleic Acids Research , 01 Jan 1999

Validation of an ion selective electrode system for the analysis of serum fluoride ion

Ellie B. Duly et al.

The Journal of Automatic Chemistry , 1995

Identification of the prokaryotic ligand-gated ion channels and their implications for the mechanisms and origins of animal Cys-loop ion channels

Asba Tasneem et al.

Genome Biology , 2005

Evaluation of the Jokoo-ION 150 AC: Guidelines for the evaluation of analysers by ion-selective electrodes

Joan Farré et al.

The Journal of Automatic Chemistry , 1990

Metal interactions with voltage- and receptor-activated ion channels.

H P Vijverberg et al.

Environmental Health Perspectives , 01 Sep 1994

1043 further publications >>