(12) N-(2-hydroxyethyl imino
The high melting point in this study might be associated with the high content of imino
acids (Pro and Hyp) (Kasankala et al., 2007).
The ABCB1-dependent ATPase activity stimulated by nitensidine A was greatly reduced by substituting sulfur (S) or oxygen (0) for the imino
nitrogen atom (N) in nitensidine A.
Woessner Jr., "The determination of hydroxyproline in tissue and protein samples containing small proportions of this imino
acid," Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysics, vol.
These enzymes oxidize the imino
group of the terminal guanidine group of L-arginine to NO, with L-citrulline being the second reaction product .
Pierre, "Valence tautomerism in octahedral and square-planar phenoxyl-nickel(II) complexes: are imino
nitrogen atoms good friends?" Chemistry: A European Journal, vol.
In the past decades, growing interest has been paid to metal complexes with nitronyl nitroxide (NITR: 4,4,5,5-tetramethyl-2-R-imidazolin-1-oxyl-3-oxide) and imino
nitroxide (IMR: 4,4,5,5-tetramethyl-2-R-imidazolin-1-oxyl) radicals [2-5].
A variety of novel 4-(4-substituted phenyl)-6-(4-nitrophenyl)-2-substituted imino
) pyrimidines were reported by Siddiqui et al.
Matsko, "Kinetic features of ethylene polymerization over supported catalysts [2,6-Bis(imino
)pyridyl iron dichloride/magnesium dichloride] with AlR 3 as an activator," Journal of Polymer Science A, vol.