macrocyclic

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macrocyclic

[¦mak·rō′sī·klik]
(mycology)
Of a rust fungus, having binuclear spores as well as teliospores and sporidia, or having a life cycle that is long or complex.
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Porphyrins are usually subdivided into classical (with moderate distortion of the planarity of the macrocycle and well-known properties), and nonclassical (with nontraditional structures and properties) [29].
As it is well known, porphyrin macrocycles are tetradentate agents which form complexes with practically all metallic elements of the periodic table [2-4].
However, solvent systems which exhibit preferential solvation could be used to model the inner-sphere solvent structures around the porphyrin macrocycle.
The virtual design based research study may be structured in a set of systematic steps that can be followed during each microcycle as well as the macrocycle. Continuing with the example of the multimedia enhanced online course these steps are conceptualized as follows.
Complex mechatronic product design cycles (macrocycles) are described in greater detail in [5].
Within them are approximately one-month chunks known as macrocycles. Each macrocycle is composed of weeklong microcycles.
The drug is "the first in a new class of antibiotics called macrocycles, which inhibit the bacterial enzyme RNA polymerase, resulting in the death of C.
Twenty-four international academics and researchers contribute ten chapters describing state-of-the-art work in the synthesis of macrocycles for use in supramolecular chemistry, featuring coverage of all major classes of supramolecular compounds.
Among other things, Polyphor brings its macrocycles platform into the partnership.
Gou, Chiral 27-Membered [3+3] Schiff-Base Macrocycles and Their Reactivity with First-Row Transition Metal Ions, Polyhedron., 27, 1079 (2008).
The study of the self-assembly of different compounds has resulted in complex and well-defined structures such as catenanes (Wasserman, 1960), molecular knots (Dietrich-Buchecker & Sauvage, 1989), macrocycles (Busch, 1967; Curtis, 1960), and metallogrids (Hanan, et al., 1997; Ruben, et al., 2004).
• Hit ID -encoded libraries, fragments, PROTACs, macrocycles, antibodies