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amidation

[‚am·ə‚dā·shən]
(organic chemistry)
The process of forming an amide; for example, in the laboratory benzyl reacts with methyl amine to form N-methylbenzamide.
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Table-5: Reusability data of CALB after several runs on yield of amidation [157]
Amidation of vegetable oils is implemented by monoethanol amine at the lowered temperatures (90 .
Thus an increase in concentration of GH level in response to dietary vitamin C observed in the present study and reported previously may be due to increase affinity of SVCT2 with AA, which permit higher level of AA in the hypothalamus that leads to activation of PAM and higher efficiency of amidation of GHRH which in turn increase the concentration of GH (Denny- Brown et al.
Both NmU and NmS share the 7 residues located in the C terminus of their sequence, including the amidation of the C-terminal amino acid.
The in situ amidation of aqueous ammonia NMSO upon curing was only evident among the trisubstituted soybean oil triglycerides (230 mg KOH/g), and not MSO-2 (156 mg KOH/g).
The construction of an EDA-core PAMAM dendrimer consists of two consecutive steps: Michael addition of primary amine (EDA in the very first step) to methyl acrylate followed by the amidation of the formed multiester (tetraester at the very beginning) with EDA (Fig.
In addition, stable hybrid materials can be produced by amidation with amino acids and proteins, or protein hydrolysates and fatty amines.
The reaction may be a direct amination of the oligosaccharide, with the formation of a glycosylamine and optional N-acylation, or a reductive amination of the oligosaccharide, a glycitylamine being obtained, or alternatively an amidation of a glyconic acid.
Acylation, alkylation, alkyl lithium reactions, amidation, bromination, chlorination, cyclization, decarboxylation, electrochemistry, electrophilic substitution, esterification, fluoride exchange, hydrogenation, nucleophilic substitutions, organometallic reactions, oxidations, palladium catalyzed carbonylation, phase transfer catalysis, photochemistry, reductions, sulfonation, vapor phase catalysis.
One-Step Palladium and Phenylsilane Activated Amidation of Solid Supported Ally Esters