formyl


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formyl

[′fȯr‚mil]
(organic chemistry)
The formic acid radical, HCO‒; it is characteristic of aldehydes.
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The oxidation has been found to involve the formyl group and thus in this work the kinetics of oxidation of 3-fsa and 5-fsa to 2-hydroxy-1,3-benzenedicarboxilic acid and 2-hydroxy-1,5-benzenedicarboxilic acid respectively have been studied.
The selective protection of one end of a diamine is indeed a challenging problem, and we are gratified to obtain compound 5 (with a formyl protected nitrogen terminal) in a reasonable yield.
The PCT patent publication, WO2003083063, discloses naphthalene analogues as ligand mimics and bi-ligands for receptors such as kinases, dehydrogenases, oxidoreductases, GTPases, carboxyl transferases, decarboxylases, transferases, formyl transferases and [alpha]-ketodecarboxylases.
alpha]-N-heterocyclic acetyl and formyl thiosemicarbazones and their metal complexes have been known for their cytotoxicity and inhibiting activity against DNA synthesis under controlled conditions.
Migration of dendritic cells in response to formyl peptides, C5a, and a distinct set of chemokines.
Flukes were put in distilled water to allow discharge of eggs and fixed in hot acetic formyl alcohol.