enone


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enone

[′ē‚nōn]
(biochemistry)
An alpha-, beta-unsaturated ketone.
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Spontaneous dehydrations to the enone were observed using proline as the chiral catalyst; however, stereoselectivity was very low.
These intermediates were further oxidized (Jones reagent) obtaining the enone derivatives 26-29 [16, 32].
TAK1 inhibitor 5Z-7 oxozeaenol contains a cis enone at its 6' to 8' position that could function as Michael acceptor for an appropriately positioned thiol functional group of a cysteine residue of TAK1 to form an irreversible kinase-inhibitor complex [9].
Discrepancies in studies focusing on MRAs may be explained by an indication bias: spironolactone or epler enone is usually started at a later stage when patients remain symptomatic despite other efforts.
The resonance of three carbon atoms at 201.3 (C) 165.2 (C) and 125.4 CH) confirmed the presence of a substituted enone system that accommodated two DBE whereas the other olefinic methines [ 135.0 (CH) and 129.0 (CH) (Table-2)] justified the third DBE therefore the remaining fourth DBE could be attributed to a six membered cyclic system.
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.