epoxide


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epoxide

[e′päk‚sīd]
(organic chemistry)
A reactive group in which an oxygen atom is joined to each of two carbon atoms which are already bonded.
A three-membered cyclic ether. Also known as oxirane.
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In 2017, the Illinois team identified a new group of omega-3 fatty-acid metabolites called endocannabinoid epoxides, or EDP-EAs.
When the formulation in the epoxy curing includes a tertiary amine, the two opposite events governed by temperature that may occur are (i) the 100% of epoxide crosslinking enabled by hydroxyl groups would result if no heat released by the reaction existed.
However, when the 13S,14S-epoxy-maresin intermediate is followed by conversion via soluble epoxide hydrolase (sEH), it is then converted to additional bioactive products by human macrophages.
Fibres are bundled together and fixed in a holder, and the free space in between the fibres is filled with epoxide resin [13].
VPA not only decreases LTG clearance by competing with the glucuronidation pathway leading LTG metabolism to arene oxide formation, but also inhibits either epoxide hydrolase or GSH-S-transferases or depletes glutathione avoiding arene oxide detoxification regardless the polymorphisms of these enzymes.
Imig, "Epoxide hydrolase and epoxygenase metabolites as therapeutic targets for renal diseases," American Journal of Physiology-Renal Physiology, vol.
faba cotyledons from wyerone and dihydrowyerone to wyerone epoxide. During the separation of phytoalexins, a new compound, 11-hydroxywyerone was isolated.
Cytochrome P450 2C9 (CYP2C9), vitamin K epoxide reductase complex subunit 1 gene (VKORC1) genes, and their polymorphisms are the ones that have the closest relationship with warfarin (2-4).
Therefore, the product ion B of protonated 1 and 2 are regioisomers; consequently, differences between their fragmentations are expected to be due to the position of the epoxide ring in the basic structure of these eudesmanolides.
The main components of the essential oil were limonene (2.2%), trans-caryophyllene (17.1%), [alpha]-humulene (16.2%), aromadendrene (12.2%), [alpha]-selinene (11.3%) caryophyllene oxide (3.8%), humulene epoxide II (2.6%), and selin-11-en-4[alpha]-ol (9.9%).