and continues to prove, that the use of the correct chiral molecule
can make all the difference in how effective an ingredient will be and, just as important, what reactions it will create.
A mixture that is racemic contains a chiral molecule
as well as its mirror image.
This year's Nobel Laureates in Chemistry have developed molecules that can catalyse important reactions so that only one of the two mirror image forms of a chiral molecule
BASF and Solvias to Collaborate on Chiral Molecule
This is a venture that will be welcomed by the chiral molecule
marketplace, and will allow us to efficiently serve our growing client base.
More specifically, it is derived from one "hand" of a chiral molecule
taken from yew tree bark, and then synthesized in a laboratory.
As a result, it is frequently only one of the two mirror-image forms of a chiral molecule
that provides the desired therapeutic results.
One current challenge is to develop a new kind of chemistry that yields a screening collection comprising optimal chiral molecules
that increase the probability of success in identifying drug-candidate structures.
TecMed's IP is reported to have the greatest precision in the measurement of blood glucose, and other chiral molecules
, compared to other technologies currently commercially available.
Bioreductions are the main topic because of their widespread application in organic synthesis and their versatility in creating stereogenic centers in chiral molecules
The scientists knew that left- and right-handed chiral molecules
would interact differently with "circularly polarized" light-where the direction of the electrical field rotates around the axis of the beam.
But, when organisms reproduce, their offspring possess chiral molecules
that have the same handedness as those in their parents' bodies.