monoacetate

monoacetate

[¦män·ō′as·ə‚tāt]
(organic chemistry)
A compound such as a salt or ester that contains one acetate group.
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The analytical data for the obtained monoacetate 13 completely corresponded to those described in literature [19].
Ten potential compounds, that is, gallic acid, chrysophanol, rhein, emodin, physcion, alisol C monoacetate, alisol B, atractylenolide I, atractylenolide II, and atractylenolide III, were identified (Figure 7, Table 1).
An HMBC correlation from the downfield oxymethine proton (H-9) to the carboxylic carbon at 170.4 ppm indicated that 3 is the C-9 monoacetate of 8, with its configuration similarly deduced by analogy to compounds 1 and 2.
They demonstrated that incubation of the rat extensor digitorum longus muscle with the NOS inhibitor, [N.sup.G]-monomethyl-L-arginine monoacetate (L-NMMA), significantly decreased both the basal 2-deoxyglucose transport and NO efflux.
Since higher lipophilicity can facilitate penetration through the cell membrane and therefore increasing cytotoxicity in vitro, tanapsin monoacetate was synthesized (Fig.
The medium was amended with 0.002 gL-1 dodine (N-dodecylguanidine monoacetate; American Cyanamid), 0.12 g L-1 cycloheximide (Sigma) and 0.25 gL-1 chloramphenicol (Sigma).
Partial synthesis of pregnene-4-triol-17(0), 200), 21-dione-3, 11 and pregnene-4-diol-17(0),21-trione-3,11,20 monoacetate. J Biol Chem 1946; 162:601-31.
Inhibitors of nitric oxide production and absolute stereo-structures of five new germacrane-type sesquiterpenes, kikkanols D, D monoacetate, E, F, and F monoacetate from the flowers of Chrysanthemum indicum L.
Sulfur's efficacy may be enhanced by using it in combination with either 2% resorcinol or 3% resorcinol monoacetate. In this combination, sulfur should be present at 8%.
Inhibitors of nitric oxide production and absolute stereostructures of five new germacrane-type sesquiterpenes, kikkanols D, D monoacetate, E, F, and F monoacetate from the flowers of Chrysanthemum indicum L.," Chemical & Pharmaceutical Bulletin, vol.