imidazolyl


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imidazolyl

[‚im·ə′da·zə‚lil]
(organic chemistry)
C3H3N2• A free radical derived from imidazole.
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It is found from the literature [21 - 23] that thymine binds with metal ions through carbonyl oxygen O(2) and O(4) and/or imidazolyl nitrogen N(3).
In particular, this moiety is reactive toward the sulfhydryl groups of cysteines, however, it can react with other nucleophiles in amino acids, in the following order of decreasing reactivity: imidazolyl of histidines, thioether of methionines and amines from lysines (Figure 10).
The main activated agarose matrices used Activation Linkage Available Specificity to agarose reactive group of group Cyanogen bromide Isourea Cyanate ester Amine (finally) Carbonyl- Carbamate Imidazolyl Amine diimidazole carbamate Epichloro-hydrin Ether Epoxy SH > [NH.