atropisomer


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atropisomer

[¦a·trō¦pīz·ə·mər]
(organic chemistry)
One of two conformations of a molecule whose interconversion is slow enough to allow separation and isolation under predetermined conditions.
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Differential potency of atropisomers of polychlorinated biphenyls on cytochrome P450 induction and uroporphyrin accumulation in the chick embryo hepatocyte culture.
2]-CBs atropisomers in human liver and lung and found that the concentration of MeS[O.