diastereomer

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diastereomer

[¦dī·ə¦ster·ē′ō·mər]
(organic chemistry)
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Hence, in order to investigate the different behavior of the two isomers A (Threo) and B (Erythro), we calculated their global minimum energy conformation (Table S1).
El-Ashry, Recognition of the Threo and Erythro Isomers of 1-C-substituted Glycerols, Chem.
An increase in Glu3031 glutamine (Gln)101531 gamma aminobutyric acid (GABA)31 lactate (Lac)91031 alanine (Ala)1031 hydroxybutyrate and threonine (Threo)29 was also observed in ECM.
Of all the forms, the studies of its threo diastereomer revealed that d-threo isomer has been found to be more active and also showed significant metabolic difference than l-threo enantiomer.
Following nested amplification of the Pfcrt fragments harbouring codon 76, the presence of triplets AAA, encoding lysine (K) or ACA, encoding threo nine (T), was detected by incubation of the corresponding PCR fragments with endonuclease Apo I (New England Biolabs).
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Finally, neolignans, especially threo, erythro-manassantin A, showed a significant growth inhibition of PC-3 cells (Song et al.