19) The efficient supply of iron by chemical chelators such as aurintricarboxylic acid or 2-hydroxy-2,4,6-cycloheptatrein-1-one (tropolone) has had limited application across a variety of cell lines because of unpredictability in controlling the intracellular redox cycle and cell oxidation processes.
What does ATA stand for?
ATA stands for Aurintricarboxylic Acid
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- Association of Talent Agents
- Association of Teaching Artists (New York)
- Associazione Tecnica dell'Automobile (Italy)
- ATbus-Attachment (mobile version of IDE)
- Ateliers de Tôlerie de l'Atlantique (French autobody shop)
- Atmosphere Absolute
- Atmospheres Absolute
- Auckland Transition Agency (New Zealand)
- Audit Trail Addendum
- Audit Trail Analysis
- Außergerichtlicher Tatausgleich (German: Act Reconciliation out of Court; Austria, Europe)
- Australian Telecommunications Authority
- Authority to Advertise (US Army Corps of Engineers)
- Auto Técnica Alemana (Spanish, auto workshop)
- Automated Target Acquisition
- Automated Test and Analysis (various locations)
- Automated Testing Analyzer
- Automatic Temperature Control
- Automatic Terrain Avoidance
- Automatic Testing Assertion
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5 mg/L; and (d) aurintricarboxylic acid (ATA; Aldrich Chemical Co.
Cosalane is a derivative of aurintricarboxylic acid (ATA), a chemical once used in the Swiss dye industry.