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Chemistry – A European Journal, ISSN 0947-6539, 12/2017, Volume 23, Issue 70, pp. 17697 - 17700
A generally applicable Pd‐catalyzed protocol for the β‐C(sp 3 )−H arylation of propionic acid and related α‐branched aliphatic acids is reported. Enabled by... 
palladium | C−H activation | carboxylic acids | arylation | propionic acid | FUNCTIONALIZATION | IOPHENOXIC ACID | C-H activation | AMINO-ACIDS | DERIVATIVES | CHEMISTRY, MULTIDISCIPLINARY | C-H BONDS
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SYNLETT, ISSN 0936-5214, 09/2018, Volume 29, Issue 15, pp. 1937 - 1943
The carboxylic acid moiety is one of the most versatile and abundant functional groups. However, despite of tremendous progress in the field of C-H... 
OXIDATION | palladium catalysis | IOPHENOXIC ACID | ALIPHATIC-ACIDS | CHEMISTRY, ORGANIC | arylation | propionic acid | MOLECULES | H BOND ACTIVATION | FUNCTIONALIZATION | C-H activation | AMINO-ACIDS | carboxylic acids | LIGAND | DERIVATIVES
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ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND POLLUTION RESEARCH, ISSN 0944-1344, 05/2013, Volume 20, Issue 5, pp. 2893 - 2904
The bait-marker iophenoxic acid (IPA) and its derivatives are increasingly used for evaluating and optimizing the cost-effectiveness of baiting campaigns on... 
Residues | RHODAMINE-B | MARKING | Wild boar | MATERNAL INGESTION | PROTEIN-BOUND IODINE | SERUM | Meat | PIGS SUS-SCROFA | ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES | FERAL PIGS | Bait-marker | LC-ESI/MS/MS | Iophenoxic acid | DELIVER PHARMACEUTICALS | Public health | TRANSPLACENTAL PASSAGE | FIELD TRIAL
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Journal of Wildlife Management, ISSN 0022-541X, 2009, Volume 73, Issue 3, pp. 458 - 461
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European Journal of Wildlife Research, ISSN 1612-4642, 2/2019, Volume 65, Issue 1, pp. 1 - 8
The success of group biomarking with rhodamine B (RB) is determined by two key stages—baiting and mark detection. This work has two objectives: (1) to examine... 
Life Sciences | Mark detection | Biomarker | Zoology | Fluorescence | Ecology | Rhodamine B | Group marking | Small mammals | Fish & Wildlife Biology & Management | IOPHENOXIC ACID | MOVEMENTS | RODENTS | EFFICACY | MARKER | DISPERSAL | ZOOLOGY | DOGS | ECOLOGY | ACCEPTANCE | TETRACYCLINE | Rhodamine | Rodents | Baiting | Diffusers | Marking | Mammals
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Wildlife Society Bulletin, ISSN 0091-7648, 06/2012, Volume 36, Issue 2, pp. 220 - 225
The British Government's contingency plan for the control of wildlife rabies is based on oral vaccination around a focal outbreak, with the option of the... 
Biomarker | Vaccine bait | Meles meles | Badgers | Bovine tuberculosis | Rabies | Iophenoxic acid | Bait uptake | Disease control | Contingency plan | bait uptake | bovine tuberculosis | iophenoxic acid | disease control | rabies | contingency plan | biomarker | BIODIVERSITY CONSERVATION | badgers | vaccine bait
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New Zealand Journal of Zoology, ISSN 0301-4223, 01/2003, Volume 30, Issue 3, pp. 175 - 184
We developed a method of quantifying levels of fluorescence in the whiskers of wild stoats (Mustela erminea) using fluorescence microscopy and Axiovision... 
Mustela erminea | rat | iophenoxic acid | bait markers | systemic markers | Rattus norvegicus | stoat | Rhodamine B | high performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) | Bait markers | Rat | High performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) | Iophenoxic acid | Stoat | Systemic markers | ANIMALS | STOATS MUSTELA-ERMINEA | WILD | CATS | SERUM | ZOOLOGY | ACCEPTANCE | BLOOD
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WILDLIFE SOCIETY BULLETIN, ISSN 1938-5463, 06/2017, Volume 41, Issue 2, pp. 271 - 277
Wild boar and feral pigs (Sus scrofa) are increasing worldwide and baiting campaigns to deliver vaccines and toxicants are often undertaken to control their... 
IOPHENOXIC ACID | BADGERS | human-wildlife conflicts | VACCINE | POPULATIONS | RACCOONS | biomarker | pharmaceuticals | fertility control | FOXES VULPES-VULPES | wildlife management | SMALL MAMMALS | feral swine | BIODIVERSITY CONSERVATION | Sus scrofa | FIELD TRIAL | SUS-SCROFA
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European Journal of Wildlife Research, ISSN 1612-4642, 8/2011, Volume 57, Issue 4, pp. 749 - 757
Eurasian wild boar (Sus scrofa) is an important reservoir host for pathogens affecting humans and domestic animals. The eradication of these diseases may... 
Life Sciences | Bait | Zoology | Bovine tuberculosis | Wild boar | Iophenoxic acid | Vaccine | Animal Ecology | PHARMACEUTICALS | SWINE | VACCINATION | PIGS SUS-SCROFA | FERAL PIGS | ZOOLOGY | SOUTHERN TEXAS | DISEASE | ECOLOGY | VACCINES | SPAIN | Health maintenance organizations | Reservoirs | Tuberculosis vaccines | Adults | Disease transmission | Vaccination | Hogs | Pathogens | Habitats | Wildlife | Baiting | Habitat | Vaccines | Disease control | Domestic animals | Age
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Wildlife Society Bulletin (1973-2006), ISSN 0091-7648, 7/2001, Volume 29, Issue 2, pp. 495 - 500
Identifying species or individuals that feed upon other species of animals is an important aspect of some predation studies. We evaluated the effectiveness... 
Predators | Goats | Meats | Diet | Research facilities | Wildlife studies | Wildlife management | Biological markers | Diet Analysis | Blood | Iodine | Physiologic marker | Biomarker | Iophenoxic acid | Coyote | Goat | Predation | Canis latrans | ANIMALS | iophenoxic acid | RHODAMINE-B | MARKER | predation | goat | biomarker | WHITE-TAILED DEER | ZOOLOGY | physiologic marker | GOATS | coyote | ECOLOGY | TETRACYCLINE | Animal marking | Usage | Predation (Biology) | Research | Coyotes | Chemistry
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New Zealand Journal of Zoology, ISSN 0301-4223, 01/2002, Volume 29, Issue 2, pp. 135 - 142
Iophenoxic acid (IA) is a compound that causes an increase in the plasma and serum iodine concentration of animals that ingest it, and was evaluated as a... 
blood markers | Mustela erminea | iophenoxic acid | bait markers | Mustela nivalis | weasel | stoat | Bait markers | Blood markers | Weasel | Iophenoxic acid | Stoat | FOXES | NEW-ZEALAND | RABIES | BIOMARKER | MARKING | ZOOLOGY | PHARMACOKINETICS | FERAL GOATS | VULPES-VULPES | FIELD TRIAL | SERUM MARKER
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Wildlife Research, ISSN 1035-3712, 1998, Volume 25, Issue 1, pp. 65 - 68
In recent years, research has shown that iophenoxic acid is useful as a biomarker in mammals. Its potential was initially demonstrated in several species of... 
FOXES | WILD | ZOOLOGY | PHARMACOKINETICS | MARKING | MARKER | ECOLOGY | Rabbits | Oryctolagus cuniculus | Baits | Baiting | Iophenoxic acid | Poisoning of animal pests | Biological indicators | Biochemical markers | Iodine
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Wildlife Society Bulletin, ISSN 0091-7648, 2006, Volume 34, Issue 4, pp. 1184 - 1189
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