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acyl

[′a·səl]
(organic chemistry)
A radical formed from an organic acid by removal of a hydroxyl group; the general formula is RCO, where R may be aliphatic, alicyclic, or aromatic.
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Another problem, which must be considered when analyzing biological specimens that contain acyl glucuronide conjugates of drugs, is the limited stability of these molecules.
The capacity for long-chain polyunsaturated fatty acid synthesis in a carnivorous vertebrate: functional characterisation and nutritional regulation of a Fads2 fatty acyl desaturase with [DELTA]4 activity and an Elovl5 elongase in striped snakehead (Channa striata).
This national-level domestication is taking cognisance of the AMV's vision of a mining sector that is safe, healthy, gender and ethnically-inclusive, environmentally friendly and socially responsible," explains Acyl.
Characterization and Complete Sequence of Lactonase Enzyme from Bacillus weihenstephanensis Isolate P65 with Potential Activity Against Acyl Homoserine Lactone Signal Molecules.
Acyl said the AU's Common African position on the SDGs addresses the unfinished business of the MDGs by focusing on trade diversification, industrialization and value addition through the strengthening of productive capacity and the manufacturing of raw commodities across sectors.
notatum autolysate could hydrolyze both of the acyl linkages of lecithin simultaneously, yielding 2 moles of fatty acids and one mole of GPC.
Acylases are known to be capable of cleaving the acyl bonds and releasing a homoserine lactone ring (Lin et al.
Acyl expressed full support to the geological cooperation, considered one of the most important and urgent needs to understand mineral-resources potential in Africa and its sustainable development.
2 molar equivalent acyl halide at 0 [degrees]C followed by addition of catalytic amount of DMAP.
A significant fall in acyl carnitine level (<10%-20%) manifests with above mentioned features.
Carnitine/ acyl carnitine profile###Low level of free (11.
Carnitine prevents accumulation of acetyl and acyl groups which inhibit the [beta]-oxidation.