acetoacetate


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acetoacetate

[¦as·ə‚tō·′as·ə‚tāt]
(organic chemistry)
A salt which contains the CH3COCH2COO radical; derived from acetoacetic acid.
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Second, the increased ketone in the liver of HS group, including acetoacetate and P-BHBA, suggested an enhancement of P-oxidation of free fatty acids to satisfy energy demands of the NEB body [20].
[beta]-Hydroxybutyrate and acetoacetate that have been mentioned above are energy substrate cells.
(a) Entry Solvent KI Time Isolated (mol%) (min) Yields (%) 1 [H.sub.2]O 3 120 55 2 [H.sub.2]O 5 120 68 3 [H.sub.2]O 7.5 120 73 4 [H.sub.2]O 10 100 81 5 (b) [H.sub.2]O 15 90 89 6 DMSO 15 200 Trace 7 C[H.sub.3]COC[H.sub.3] 15 20 34 8 MeOH 15 120 64 9 n-hexane 15 200 65 10 EtOH 15 150 70 11 [H.sub.2]O-EtOH 15 120 78 (1:1, v/v) 12 (c) [H.sub.2]O 15 150 53 13 (d) [H.sub.2]O 15 200 34 14 Solvent-free 15 200 25 (a) Reaction conditions: a mixture of ethyl acetoacetate 1a (1 mmol), vanillin 2h (1 mmol), hydroxylamine hydrochloride 3 (1 mmol), and a solvent (5 mL) was stirred at room temperature except for entries 12 and 13.
These two resins were used with the acetoacetate functional oligomer and the EG--DEM based oligomer to formulate paints using DiTMPTA as the acceptor at a 1:1 stoichiometry and at 92.5% paint solids.
Accordingly, iterative use of commercially available vinylmagnesium bromide (2), 47% hydrobromic acid, and methyl acetoacetate (3) enables us to prepare 1 from all commercially available 2-hexanone (4, Fig.
A healthy liver minimises the acetone lost via the lungs by converting most of the acetoacetate it produces to a more stable substance, called beta-hydroxybutyrate or BHB.
Acetone, a ketone body, was significantly lower in mice treated with 30 mg/kg [alpha]-HBCD compared with controls and may be a result of reduced conversion of acetoacetate to acetone further resulting in reduced conversion of acetone to pyruvate (statistically significant at same treatment and dose group), lactate, and acetate (non-statistically significant trend) (Table 1).
In diabetic ketoacidosis, ketone bodies (b-hydroxybutyrate and acetoacetate) cause urinary electrolyte losses which can cause hypernatremia.5
Furthermore, it is likely that the total VFA concentration had also been changed by volatilization processes prior to the collection or by transformation to carbon dioxide, [beta]-hydroxybutyrate, and acetoacetate, which normally occur with these acids (5).
Ketone bodies (acetoacetate, beta-hydroxybutyrate, and breakdown product acetone) are produced by the liver from fatty acids, and are particularly harmful due to their high oxidative potential and associated induction of oxidative damage.
This method is very sensitive for detection of acetoacetate but not sensitive for detection of beta hydroxy butyric acid, which is the main ketone body in AKA.
ABSTRACT: An environmentally benign approach for one-pot synthesis of 3,4-dihydropyrimidin-2-(1H)-ones derivative (DHPMs) using ethyl acetoacetate, urea and benzyl alcohol instead of aldehyde under microwave cavity is described.