thioaldehyde

thioaldehyde

[¦thī·ō′al·də‚hīd]
(organic chemistry)
An organic compound that contains the ‒CHS radical and has the suffix -thial; for example, ethanethial, CH3CHS.
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In this mechanism proposal, 1 is thionated to a thioaldehyde species (2) which is transformed to an immonium species (3) by nucleophilic attack and condensation with morpholine.
The TCE-GSH conjugate undergoes further biotransformation through a series of peptidases to form two isomers, S-1,2-dichlorovinylcysteine (S-1,2-DCVC) and S-2,2-DCVC, which are substrates for [beta]-lyase metabolism to two reactive species, thioketene and thioaldehyde (Anders and Dekant 1998; Bruening and Bolt 2000).