macrocycle


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macrocycle

[′mak·rō‚sī·kəl]
(organic chemistry)
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Circle is developing a new paradigm for macrocycle drug discovery based on rational design and synthetic chemistry.
The prescription of the training loads focused on the specificity of the futsal during an annual macrocycle.
The two interventions were compared during the competitive period, as a peaking approach for competition in a macrocycle oriented to improve their 10 km personal best.
Phthalocyanine blues and greens contain a transition metal complexed by a conjugated aromatic macrocycle, making them a hybrid inorganic-organic pigment that exhibits features from both classes.
Strength exercises of general coordination have their implication in curtain stages of the training macrocycle but they will not lead directly to improvement of sport-specific work capacity.
The load training in macrocycle is the sum of the time of training with the physical training and/or the training with ball.
A scheme of the dimers is shown in Figure 2; it highlights the bond that controls macrocycle assembly.
EU's cohesion policy as presented and implemented during the budgetary framework 2007-2013 clearly indicates the propensity of the European political establishment towards more equilibrium between the 271 regions of the Union by pushing those levers able to trigger growth and development at a pace able to accomplish the catch up during the macrocycle of approximately 3-4 budgets.
This polymerization reaction gives rise to competition among many undesirable side reactions, such as proton transfer termination, branching and macrocycle formation.
The macrocycle of 1 is composed of a [delta]-hydroxycarboxylic acid, glycine, N-methyl-L-valine and L-alanine (Fig.