acetoacetate


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acetoacetate

[¦as·ə‚tō·′as·ə‚tāt]
(organic chemistry)
A salt which contains the CH3COCH2COO radical; derived from acetoacetic acid.
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A new, efficient and easy-to-execute synthesis of an (E,Z)-mixture of methyl 12-trishomofarnesoate (1) was achieved by starting from four commercially available materials: 2-hexanone (4), vinylmagnesium bromide (2), methyl acetoacetate (3) and trimethyl phosphonoacetate (13).
Acetoacetate, acetone and BHB, or any of their metabolites, may all be involved, as well as the effects of low blood sugar, which can cause (https://www.
5In patient SIH-1, elevated Lactate, Pyruvate, Acetoacetate, 3-OH Butyrate in GC- MS of urine as well as elevated Alanine in blood are strongly suggestive of mitochondriopathy.
Nearly all of the interferences observed for the Jaffe procedures were positive, with the exception of acetoacetate for procedure J2.
2]O, but the liver has the unique capacity to synthesise ketone bodies, acetoacetate and 3-hydroxybutyrate from acetyl-CoA, supplying an important fuel to other organs, mainly the brain (9).
Contribuition of whole blood L-lactate, pyruvate, D-lactate, acetoacetate, and 3-hydroxybutirate concentrations to the plasma anion gap in horses with intestinal disordens.
7) Since beta-hydrodroxybutyrate tends to be 2-3 times higher than acetoacetate in ketosis, it is advisable to use other indicators of ketosis such as quantitative blood ketones.
Keywords Shellac, t-Butyl acetoacetate, Amines, Michael addition, Crosslinking
The ketone bodies include acetoacetate, beta hydroxybutyrate, and acetone.
Measurement of blood acetoacetate and b-hydroxy butyrate in an automatic analyser.
Elaborating on the procedure of the research, Shaneghi reiterated, "First, we mixed ethanol and ethyl acetoacetate together at the room temperature.
These are further metabolized to yield acetyl-CoA, acetoacetate, and succinyl-CoA.