glutarate


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glutarate

[′glüd·ə‚rāt]
(biochemistry)
The salt or ester of glutaric acid.
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After digestion with amylase and amyloglucosidase, the water-soluble fraction of glutarate starch had more oligosaccharides resistant to digestive enzymes than did native adlay starch.
Methyl glutarate and ethylenediamine react at 162[degrees]C to form 1,7-diaza-2-oxobicyclo[4.
Ornithine glutarate improves quality of life and reduces medical cost [19].
In previous works, we have successfully synthesized high-molecular-weight alternating PPC in very high yields (126 g polymer per gram catalyst) using supported zinc glutarate as catalyst under optimized reaction conditions [11, 12].
is zinc glutarate, [9] which showed a catalytic activity of only 64 g polymer/g catalyst.
DBE-IB Description: mixture of diisobutyl succinate, glutarate and adipate Applications: hard surface cleaners, hand cleaners, nail polish remover, general-purpose cleaners Use levels: various Comments: DBE-IB is a low toxicity, biodegradable ester solvent featuring very low odor and excellent hydrolytic stability.
an increased C5 carboxylate signal could be attributable to glutarate, ethylmalonate, or methysuccinate.
In recent years, owing to the development of zinc glutarate as a catalyst (5), high yield production of the alternating copolymer from carbon dioxide and propylene oxide can be achieved (6).
intestinal infection) is the abnormal excretion of D-lactate (not chromatographically separated from L-lactate), methylmalonate, p-hydroxyphenylacetate, p-hydroxyphenyllactate, phenylacetylglutamine, phenylpropionylglycine, glutarate, benzoate, and hippurate.
PP-CI26 (Tg = 18[degrees]C) Aliphatic Polester (Tg[degrees]C) n Tg([degrees]C) Poly Trimelthylene Glutarate (-56) 3 -57,21 Poly Butylene Adipate (-64) 4 -- Poly Ethylene Adipate (-46) 3 -- Poly Ethylene Azeleate (-54) 4.
Other acids were also included in preliminary experiments: pyroglutamate, glycerate, p-hydroxyphenyllactate, sebacate, citrate, adipate, succinate, glutarate, and oxalate.