In environmental exposures, persons likely are exposed through food or water, which would mean that dealkylation
and hydrolysis products might make up a larger percentage of the exposure.
2003, 2004) further showed that DTT bound TMT without inducing dealkylation
Previous reports have indicated that the dealkylation
of Hg is a detoxification process that helps to protect the central nervous system (Magos 2003; Magos et al.
of this compound is difficult because of steric hindrance around the N-dialkyl group.
This phosphorylated enzyme can undergo spontaneous hydrolysis or dealkylation
September 14, Daniudi gas dehydration station dealkylation
complete dual station off the light hydrocarbon by-products and liquefied petroleum gas and clear the tank.
1998) revealed that 24-methylenecholesterol and 24-methylcholesterol can be bioconverted to desmosterol via a dealkylation
process and then the desmosterol can be reduced to cholesterol in oysters.
In cytoplasm Cbl(II) resulting from decyanation or dealkylation
of dietary Cbl is converted to OHCbl under aerobic conditions, which further reacts with GSH to produce active Cbl species [44, 45].
(HDA process) yields benzene, while toluene disproportionation (TDP process) and transalkylation of toluene can be used to produce both benzene and xylene.
or glucuronidation, which would markedly change the mass defect (Table 1).
mechanism of plant sterols to cholesterol.
Aging is associated with dealkylation
(the removal of alkyl group, an organic molecule made up of chains of carbon and hydrogen atoms joined by single bonds) by C-O or P-O fission (Beauregard et al.