enone


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enone

[′ē‚nōn]
(biochemistry)
An alpha-, beta-unsaturated ketone.
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Following the aldol condensation, Ir-hydride reduces the enone using the 'borrowed' hydrogen to complete the catalytic cycle.
Spontaneous dehydrations to the enone were observed using proline as the chiral catalyst; however, stereoselectivity was very low.
These intermediates were further oxidized (Jones reagent) obtaining the enone derivatives 26-29 [16, 32].
TAK1 inhibitor 5Z-7 oxozeaenol contains a cis enone at its 6' to 8' position that could function as Michael acceptor for an appropriately positioned thiol functional group of a cysteine residue of TAK1 to form an irreversible kinase-inhibitor complex [9].
Discrepancies in studies focusing on MRAs may be explained by an indication bias: spironolactone or epler enone is usually started at a later stage when patients remain symptomatic despite other efforts.
Por seu lado, Marija Kolega ("Sculptures and votive monuments of deities in Aenona") estuda os testemunhos cultuais de deuses indigenas, romanos e orientais em Enone, entre os quais se destacam as divindades femininas indigenas.
Enantioselective total syntheses of (+)-decursin and related natural compounds using catalytic asymmetric epoxidation of an enone. Tetrahedron.
The resonance of three carbon atoms at 201.3 (C) 165.2 (C) and 125.4 CH) confirmed the presence of a substituted enone system that accommodated two DBE whereas the other olefinic methines [ 135.0 (CH) and 129.0 (CH) (Table-2)] justified the third DBE therefore the remaining fourth DBE could be attributed to a six membered cyclic system.
The formation of indazole derivatives 2a-b can be visualized on the basis of cyclocondensation of hydrazines with enone 1.
In this process, a molecule precursor binds to the FaEO enzyme (Fragaria x ananassa enone oxidoreductase), which converts it into the final product, namely HDMF.