enone


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enone

[′ē‚nōn]
(biochemistry)
An alpha-, beta-unsaturated ketone.
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The formation of indazole derivatives 2a-b can be visualized on the basis of cyclocondensation of hydrazines with enone 1.
In this process, a molecule precursor binds to the FaEO enzyme (Fragaria x ananassa enone oxidoreductase), which converts it into the final product, namely HDMF.
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ENone of these charges were included in the company's 2011 outlook, released on April 21, 2011.
After all, much of what I could say about Julia Enone would mean something only to me, like family pictures.
As shown in Scheme 1, similar enone fragments are present in the intermediate of cytotoxic 9,11-secosterol [1], decipienin [2], batrachotoxinin [3], and an HIV integrase inhibitor integric acid [4].
Engineer Mr Richards, aged 40, said: eNone of the facilities promised in the brochure were available because of all the refurbishments.
It is exceedingly labile, and rearranges through Michael attack of the oxygen on the enone to a bicyclic compound, phaseic acid.
Citreorosein strain 8875 * Enone (oxidized microsphaeropsone A) Microsphaeropsis sp.
The subject of this essay is an unpublished novel, The Queen of the Prisons of Greece, whose deceased author, Julia Marquezim Enone, was the speaker's lover.
The prison of logos lays its snares between Lima and Lamartine, between Maria de Franca and Julia Enone, between the character and the unpublished novelist - in short, between the One and the Other.