stereoselectivity


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stereoselectivity

[¦ster·ē·ō·si·lek′tiv·əd·ē]
(biochemistry)
The selectivity of a reaction for forming one stereoisomer of a product in preference to another stereoisomer.
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These results suggest that the Ti/Li catalytic system exhibited stereoselectivity for the hydrogenation of the 1,2-vinyl isomers, as has been reported in the literature for Ni/Li systems [23, 49].
Molecular determinants of the stereoselectivity of agonist activity of estrogen receptors (ER) [alpha] and [beta].
This research proposal aims to develop direct transition metal-catalyzed functionalizations of C(sp3)H bonds in saturated nitrogen-based heterocycles, with a particular focus on compatibility with a very broad range of functional groups, regioselectivity and stereoselectivity.
absolute stereoselectivity, meaning that the d-enantiomer showed all the
The Executive Board of Editors of Elsevier's Tetrahedron Publications selected Professor Reetz for his many outstanding contributions to synthetic organic chemistry, especially for his work on enantioselective catalysis to control stereoselectivity.
UNDERSTANDING ALDO-KETO REDUCTASE STEREOSELECTIVITY **, Timothy Simpson *, Brent Feske, Cliff Padgett and Scott C.
155) This absolute stereoselectivity is extremely rare because the more potent enantiomer is usually also responsible for the adverse effects.
Stereoselectivity of spinal neurotransmission: Effects of baclofen enantiomer on tail-flick reflex in rats.
Handbook of chemical glycosylation; advances in stereoselectivity and therapeutic relevance.
Concerning the stereoselectivity of glucuronidation, cis-isomers were glucuronidated faster than trans-isomers (15).
In the present work, stereoselectivity of the human hydroxysteroid sulfotransferase SULT2A1 was examined through analysis of its catalytic activities with the enantiomers of 1-naphthyl-1-ethanol and 2-naphthyl-1-ethanol.
7) Equally impressive is the stereoselectivity of some of these reactions.