monoacetate

monoacetate

[¦män·ō′as·ə‚tāt]
(organic chemistry)
A compound such as a salt or ester that contains one acetate group.
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Since higher lipophilicity can facilitate penetration through the cell membrane and therefore increasing cytotoxicity in vitro, tanapsin monoacetate was synthesized (Fig.
4C), and similar results were obtained with the semi-synthetic derivative tanapsin monoacetate.
To determine the effect of tanapsin and tanapsin monoacetate on these proteases, cells were incubated in the presence of these sesquiterpene lactones.
The results indicate that tanapsin and tanapsin monoacetate significantly promote cleavage of procaspases-9, -7, -6 and -3 in all cell lines tested (Fig.
Partial synthesis of pregnene-4-triol-17(0), 200), 21-dione-3, 11 and pregnene-4-diol-17(0),21-trione-3,11,20 monoacetate.
Sulfur's efficacy may be enhanced by using it in combination with either 2% resorcinol or 3% resorcinol monoacetate.
Alfacetoanalogos amino acid composition of dl-3-methyl-2-oxivalerato 68mg calcium, 3-methyl-2-oxy-butyrate 86mg calcium, dl-2-hydroxy-4-methylthiobutyrate calcium 59mg, l-lysine monoacetate 105mg, l threonine 53mg, l-trptofano 23mg, l-histidine,premixed emulsion for parenteral nutrition infusion with tricamara with baseline electrolyte 2,053ml.
The culture medium of the endophyte was extracted and fractionated with silica gel column chromatography and TLC to give the following pure compounds: phomosine K, a new phomosine derivative and six known compounds: phomosine A, phenylalanine amide, 2-hydroxymethy1-413,5cx,63-trihydroxycyclohex-2-en, ( - )-phyllostine, (+)-epiepoxydon, and (+)-epoxydon monoacetate.
Medicinal flowers II Inhibitors of nitric oxide production and absolute stereostructures of five new germacrane-type sesquiterpenes, kikkanols D, D monoacetate, E, F, and F monoacetate from the flowers of Chrysanthemum indicum L.