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Brandenburg Axel - - 2007
A recently proposed model of non-autocatalytic reactions in dipeptide formation that leads to spontaneous symmetry breaking and homochirality was examined. The model is governed by activation, polymerization, epimerization, and depolymerization of amino acids. Symmetry breaking was determined to result primarily from the different rates of reactions that involve homodimers and ...
Cheng Hongbin - - 2008
Hydrolysis of biomass waste (such as fish waste, chicken waste, hair and feather) to produce amino acids was studied in sub-critical water, with reaction temperatures from 180 to 320 degrees C and reaction pressures from 3 to 30 MPa. The product of amino acid was determined by Amino Acid Analyzer ...
Valdés H - - 2008
This paper presents experimental results on the catalytic effect of volcanic sand on benzothiazole ozonation. Experiments were assessed at laboratory scale, in a differential circular flow reactor composed of a volcanic sand fixed bed column of 19 cm3 and a 1 dm3 storage tank, operated in batch mode at 20 ...
Wiyono Bambang - - 2007
This study was directed to look at the chemical composition of maleo-pimaric and fumaro-pimaric rosins made of unmodified rosin with maleic anhydride (MA) or fumaric acid (FA). The results showed that one peak of a maleopimaric acid (MPA) adduct on the chromatogram was obtained when a sample of this reaction ...
Sevcík Peter - - 2007
Oscillations in the platinum redox potential during the reaction of bromate ions with acetonedicarboxylic acid catalyzed by Mn(II) ions were observed. The volume of gaseous carbon dioxide produced was measured. A nonoscillatory course was found both at the slow and rapid stirring rates for carbon dioxide evolution. The perturbation experiments ...
Boiadjiev Stefan E - - 2007
Yellow 9-methyldipyrrinones can be converted readily and in high yields to symmetric linear tetrapyrroles, blue biliverdinoids, which are cleaved in half, smoothly at room temperature to afford yellow 9-H dipyrrinones, and 9-CHO dipyrrinones as their violet to orange colored adducts with the carbon acid used for the scission: thiobarbituric acid ...
Na Kwangsam - - 2007
This study examines the influence of ammonia (NH3) on secondary organic aerosol (SOA) formation from the alpha-pinene/ozone oxidation system for dry and humid conditions. Aerosol yield differed depending on which OH scavenger was used, with the highest yield noted for CO, followed by cyclohexane and 2-butanol. Number and volume concentrations ...
Lundin Angelica - - 2007
The B3LYP/6-311+G(d,p) description is employed to study the heterolytic ring opening mechanisms under microsolvation conditions for ethylene oxide in acidic, neutral, and alkaline environments. In acid and alkaline media, a concerted trans S(N)2 reaction is strongly favored as compared to the corresponding cis reaction. The importance of the nucleophile, water ...
Baker Laura M S LM Department of Pharmacology, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15261, - - 2007
Fatty acid nitration by nitric oxide-derived species yields electrophilic products that adduct protein thiols, inducing changes in protein function and distribution. Nitro-fatty acid adducts of protein and reduced glutathione (GSH) are detected in healthy human blood. Kinetic and mass spectrometric analyses reveal that nitroalkene derivatives of oleic acid (OA-NO2) and ...
Sunderland Peter T - - 2007
Treatment of 5-nitroisocoumarin with aromatic acyl chlorides under Friedel-Crafts conditions gives 3-aryl-5-nitroisocoumarins, rather than the expected 4-acyl-5-nitroisocoumarins. This procedure was optimized for reaction temperature (150 degrees C), solvent (nitrobenzene), and Lewis acid (SnCl4). Reaction of 5-nitroisocoumarin with [13C]-carbonyl benzoyl chloride under the optimum conditions gave 5-nitro-3-phenylisocoumarin in which the 13C ...
Koltunov Konstantin Yu - - 2007
Quinoline (1) and isoquinoline (2), upon activation by strong acids, lead to intermediate N,C-diprotonated dications, which are involved in reactions with weak nucleophiles. Thus, 1 and 2 undergo selective ionic hydrogenation with cyclohexane in CF3SO3H-SbF5, HBr-AlBr3-CH2Br2, or HCl-AlCl3-CH2Cl2 acid systems to give their 5,6,7,8-tetrahydro derivatives. They also readily condense with ...
Shinoda Kouhei - - 2007
A biosynthetic intermediate of violacein produced by the mixed enzymes of VioABDE was elucidated to be 5-(5-hydroxy-1H-indol-3-yl)-3-(1H-indol-3-yl)-1H-pyrrole-2-carboxylic acid, named protoviolaceinic acid, indicating that VioC, responsible for the final biosynthetic step, works to oxygenate at the 2-position of the right side indole ring, and that the oxygenation reaction to form the ...
Guigo Nathanael - - 2007
The complete curing of furfuryl alcohol (FA), was studied by chemorheological analysis and model-free kinetics under isothermal and non-isothermal modes. Polymerization of FA under acidic catalysis involves complex reactions, with several steps (such as condensations and Diels-Alder cycloadditions). To account for the polymerization complexity, kinetic analysis of DSC data was ...
Song Yishu - - 2007
Reactive desorption electrospray ionization (reactive DESI) is demonstrated to be a rapid and sensitive method for the direct detection of alkyl methylphosphonic acids, the hydrolysis products and metabolites of the chemical warfare (CW) agents VX (S-2-diisopropylaminoethyl-O-ethyl methylphosphonothiolate) and GB (sarin, isopropylmethyl phosphonofluoridate). Rapid and sensitive detection of these compounds is ...
Mishra Debaraj - - 2008
Bioleaching of metals from hazardous spent hydro-processing catalysts was attempted in the second stage after growing the bacteria with sulfur in the first stage. The first stage involved transformation of elemental sulfur particles to sulfuric acid through an oxidation process by acidophilic bacteria. In the second stage, the acidic medium ...
DurmuĊŸ Yonca - - 2008
Nodulation is the quantitatively predominant insect cellular immune function activated in response to bacterial, fungal and some viral infections. We posed the hypothesis that parasitoid insects express melanotic nodulation reactions to viral challenge and that eicosanoids mediate these reactions. Treating fifth-instar larvae of the ichneumonid endoparasitoid Pimpla turionellae with Bovine ...
Sun Shangde - - 2007
Feruloylated mono- and di-acylglycerols were synthesized in a two step reaction: ethyl ferulate was first transesterified with glycerol and then this was esterified with oleic acid. The yield of the combined feruloylated mono- and di-acylglycerols in the second reaction reached 96% when esterification of 0.3 g transesterification products with 2.22 ...
Alvarez-Idaboy J Raul - - 2007
A comparison between a tetramolecular mechanism (J. Org. Chem. 2007, 72, 3031) and our previously proposed mechanism has been performed. The results show that the tetramolecular mechanism is less favored in terms of Gibbs free energy, and therefore, the reaction in acidic media is acid catalyzed. The role of the ...
Sawai Toshiya - - 2007
For the determination of substrate specificities of thermophilic alpha-aminotransferases (AATs), a novel high-throughput assay method was developed. In this method, a thermophilic omega-aminotransferase (OAT) and a thermophilic aldehyde dehydrogenase (ALDH) are coupled to the AAT reaction. Glutamic acid is used as an amino group donor for the AAT reaction yielding ...
Rodríguez-Cisterna Victor - - 2007
Stereoselectivity of TiCl4-mediated aldol reactions from (S)-2-benzyloxy-3-pentanone is dramatically improved when the reaction is carried out in the presence of 1.1 equiv of tetrahydrofuran (THF) or 1,2-dimethoxyethane (DME). The resultant 2,4-syn-4,5-syn adducts are then obtained in diastereomeric ratios up to 97:3, which proves that the appropriate choice of the Lewis ...
Gonzalez-García Núria - - 2007
The mechanism for the atmospheric oxidation of methanesulfinic acid (MSIA) has been studied. This is the first theoretical study of the reaction between MSIA and the OH radical. All the possible channels in this reaction have been studied theoretically, and their corresponding rate constants have been evaluated under the variational ...
Halladja Sabrina - - 2007
Phototransformation of the herbicide fluometuron (1 microM) in natural sunlight was investigated in neutral Milli-Q water and in synthetic waters containing either fulvic acids, nitrate ions or both in order to mimic reactions taking place in aquatic environments. Fluometuron degradation followed a pseudo-first order kinetics. The reaction was faster in ...
Wu Shijun - - 2007
Hydroxycarboxylic acid monomers can be used to prepare industrially important polymers. Enzymatic production of such hydroxycarboxylic acids is often preferred to chemical production since the reactions are run at ambient temperature, do not require strongly acidic or basic reaction conditions, and produce the desired product with high selectivity at high ...
Sugimoto Kazuhisa - - 2007
We examined the synthesis of benzoyl glucoside using the transglucosylation reaction of sucrose phosphorylase. Sucrose phosphorylase from Streptococcus mutans showed marked transglucosylating activity, particularly under acidic conditions. On the other hand, sucrose phosphorylase from Leuconostoc mesenteroides showed very weak transglucosylating activity. Three main products were detected from the reaction mixture ...
Choudhary G P - - 2007
The ethanolic extract of the root of Tephrosia purpurea was screened for in vitro antioxidant properties using standard procedures. The ethanolic extract exhibited IC(50) values of 132.31±8.79 and 405.22±15.09 respectively in DPPH and nitric acid radical inhibition assay. These values were slightly more than those obtained for ascorbic acid and ...
Kovalchuk N M - - 2007
Progress in the understanding of interfacial molecular recognition kinetics is obtained by use of the sweeping technique for experimental studies of the reaction kinetics between a host monolayer and a non-surface-active species dissolved in the aqueous subphase. The experimental results show that the interfacial recognition reaction between a 2C(11)H(23)-melamine (2,4-di(n-undecylamino)-6-amino-1,3,5-triazine) ...
Chattaraj Pratim K - - 2007
Ayers, Parr, and Pearson recently showed that insight into the hard/soft acid/base (HSAB) principle could be obtained by analyzing the energy of reactions in hard/soft exchange reactions, i.e., reactions in which a soft acid replaces a hard acid or a soft base replaces a hard base [J. Chem. Phys., 2006, ...
Sarma Bani Kanta - - 2007
The effect of steric and electronic environments around the sulfur and nitrogen atoms and the role of nonbonded S...O/N interactions on the cyclization reactions of amide substituted benzene sulfenic acids are described. The reaction profiles and the role of different substituents on the cyclization are investigated in detail by theoretical ...
Lo Seong-Koon - - 2007
Diacylglycerol (DAG) and triacylglycerol (TAG) as responses on optimization of DAG production using a dual response approach of response surface methodology were investigated. This approach takes the molecular equilibrium of DAG into account and allows for the optimization of reaction conditions to achieve maximum DAG and minimum TAG yields. The ...
Tufvesson Pär - - 2007
An environmentally benign and volume efficient process for enzymatic production of alkanolamides is described. Immobilized Candida antarctica lipase B, Novozym435, was used to catalyze the condensation of lauric acid with monoethanolamine. The reaction temperature of 90 degrees C was required to keep the reactants in a liquid state. Stepwise addition ...
Höhne Susanne - - 2007
Hydrophobically modified chitosan microparticles were produced by various syntheses carried out as heterogeneous phase reactions. Perfluorinated carbonyl components such as carbonic acids and acid chlorides were used as hydrophobization agents. To enhance the layer stability preceding cross-linkages between the chitosan macromolecules were introduced. These cross-linkages involve some of the chitosan ...
Kim Hugh I - - 2007
A homologous series of cationic gas-phase clusters of dicarboxylic acids (oxalic acid, malonic acid, succinic acid, glutaric acid, and adipic acid) generated via electrospray ionization (ESI) are investigated using collision-induced dissociation (CID). Singly charged cationic clusters with the composition (Na(+))(2n+1)(dicarboxylate(2-))(n), where n = 1-5, are observed as major gas-phase species. ...
Abid Mohammed - - 2007
A new solid acid/superacid catalyzed microwave assisted synthesis of trifluoromethyl-imines is described. Various α,α,α-trifluoromethylketones react readily with primary amines to produce the corresponding imines. Two different strategies have been employed; one is the application of microwave irradiation coupled with solvent-free solid acid catalysis. The other method, for highly deactivated substrates ...
Zepik H H - - 2007
For cellular life to begin on the early Earth, a permeation mechanism would be required to allow polar solutes to enter a membrane-bounded compartment. A second process--internal polymerization of peptides from amino acid--would also be an essential step toward the first compartmented metabolic pathways leading to biosynthesis. Here we report ...
He Hua-Wei - - 2007
The polar microenvironment around the reactive Cys283 of rabbit muscle creatine kinase was explored using kinetic analysis of substrates reaction in the presence of modifiers. In the present study, three specific sulphydryl reagents, 5,5'-dithiobis(2-nitrobenzoic acid), 6,6'-dithiodinicotinic acid and 2,2'-dithiodipyridine, were applied as modifiers to react with Cys283 of creatine kinase. ...
Jha Sushil C - - 2007
A calix[4]phyrin-(1,1,1,1) substituted with a 4-isothiocyanatophenyl group has been synthesised and used to attach the macrocycle to a solid support. The NCS group can also be used to further functionalise the calix[4]phyrin-(1,1,1,1) by reaction with amines and amino acids. Stability constants for anion binding by the calix[4]phyrin-(1,1,1,1) are reported and ...
Aversa Maria Chiara - - 2007
A series of bis- and tris-bridged thiacyclophane S-oxides, as racemates or meso products, have been synthesized with a new procedure. Starting from the corresponding thiols, in three steps, transient polyarene- and polyarylmethane-sulfenic acids were generated in the presence of di- and triethynylbenzenes. The thermal syn-addition of these sulfenic acids onto ...
Wiyono Bambang - - 2007
Identification of the Diels-Alder adduct of Abietic Acid (AA) and maleic anhydride (MA) or Fumaric Acid (FA) using a Shimadzu QP 5050A Gas chromatograph Mass spectrometer revealed that AA and MA produced endo-maleopimaric acid (MPA) and endo-maleopimaric acid tricarboxylic acid. A reaction product of abietic acid and fumaric acid generated ...
Salem Nuha - - 2007
Orthophthalaldehyde (1,2-dicarboxaldehyde) (OPA) forms in the presence of a strong nucleophile with amino acids isoindole derivatives. The reaction is used in fluorometric determination of amino acids. The mechanism of these processes is not understood. OPA is present in aqueous solutions in three forms: unhydrated (I(a)), monohydrated acyclic (I(b)), and cyclic ...
Hunter Gregory A - - 2007
5-Aminolevulinate synthase catalyzes the pyridoxal 5'-phosphate-dependent condensation of glycine and succinyl-CoA to produce carbon dioxide, CoA, and 5-aminolevulinate, in a reaction cycle involving the mechanistically unusual successive cleavage of two amino acid substrate alpha-carbon bonds. Single and multiple turnover rapid scanning stopped-flow experiments have been conducted from pH 6.8-9.2 and ...
Kopylova Lyudmila V - - 2007
Deamination of UV filters, such as kynurenine (KN), in the human lens results in protein modification. Thermal reactions of the product of kynurenine deamination, 4-(2-aminophenyl)-4-oxocrotonic acid (CKA), with amino acids (histidine, lysine, methionine, tryptophan, tyrosine, cysteine) and antioxidants (ascorbate, NADH, glutathione reduced) were studied. The rate constants of the reactions ...
Tsivgoulis Gerasimos M - - 2007
The reaction of DL-1,3-butadiene diepoxide and of DL-1,4-dibromo-2,3-butanediol with aqueous alkaline sodium arsenite, "Na(3)AsO(3)", gave mixtures of the title arsonic acids which can be separated by anion exchange resin. Characterization of by-products leads to a better understanding of these reactions. These compounds are valuable intermediates for the preparation of novel ...
Cabrerizo Franco M - - 2007
Pterins (PTs) belong to a class of heterocyclic compounds present in a wide range of living systems. They participate in relevant biological functions and are involved in different photobiological processes. We have investigated the reactivity of conjugated PTs (folic acid [FA], 10-methylfolic acid [MFA], pteroic acid [PA]) and unconjugated PTs ...
Wang Min - - 2007
A weak chemiluminescence (CL) emission was observed due to the production of singlet oxygen ((1)O(2)) during the decomposition of peroxomonosulphate (HSO(5)(-)) catalysed by cobalt(II). Low molecular mass aliphatic monocarboxylic acids, such as formic, acetic, propionic, butyric and valeric acids, influenced the CL emission, and the reaction of aliphatic monocarboxylic acids ...
Kelkar Mandar A - - 2008
Cavitation results in conditions of turbulence and liquid circulation in the reactor which can aid in eliminating mass transfer resistances. The present work illustrates the use of cavitation for intensification of biodiesel synthesis (esterification) reaction, which is mass transfer limited reaction considering the immiscible nature of the reactants, i.e., fatty ...
Lenarda M - - 2007
Natural kaolin was treated at 850 or 950 degrees C in air flow to give respectively the metakaolin samples MK8 and MK9. The obtained materials were successively treated at 90 degrees C with a 1 M solution of H(2)SO(4), for various time lengths. The acid treatment of MK8 was found ...
Bertram Anna - - 2007
Treatment of a 1 : 1 mixture of the thiazole-based amino acids 8a and 8b with FDPP-i-Pr(2)NEt in CH(3)CN gave a mixture of the cyclic trimers 14, 15, 16 and 17 and the cyclic tetramers 19 and 23 in the ratio 2 : 7 : 5 : 8 : 1 ...
Kurtén Theo - - 2007
We have postulated a mechanism for the reaction of sulfuric acid with stabilized Criegee intermediates (sCIs). We have computed Gibbs free energies for the reaction of sulfuric acid with two biogenic sCIs and three smaller model species. We have also calculated Gibbs free energies for two competing sink reactions. Due ...
Tamaso Ken-ichi - - 2007
A new type of trisannelation reaction of acrylates through acetal formation was developed by Pd(OAc)2 combined with molybdovanadophosphoric acid (HPMo8V4) and Lewis acid under atmospheric dioxygen. Thus, the reaction of isobutyl acrylate in the presence of Pd(OAc)2, HPMo8V4, and CeCl3 under O2 (1 atm) in MeOH/AcOH afforded isobutyl 1,3,5-benzenetricarboxylate in ...
Yeoh Fong Ying FY Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, San Francisco State University, San Francisco, CA 94132, - - 2007
The pKa's of the 6-CH groups of 1,3-dimethyluracil, N-methyl-2-pyridone, and N-methyl-4-pyridone were determined through their reactions with bases derived from carbon acids with known pKa and the reactions of their corresponding carbanions with the carbon acids. No correlation between the stability of the carbanions and the rate of decarboxylation of ...
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