oxazole in a sentence

"oxazole" in Chinese  
  1. The diagram below shows the biogenesis of the oxazole ring from serine and malonate.
  2. All of the carbons in oxazolidines are reduced ( compare to oxazole and oxazoline ).
  3. *In one reported oxazole synthesis the reactants are a nitro-substituted benzoyl chloride and an isonitrile:
  4. Rhizoxin is a 16-membered lactone ring connected to an oxazole ring by a long unsaturated chain.
  5. The first part of this reaction is the cyclization of an 2-acylamidoketone that contains all three oxazole substituents.
  6. It's difficult to find oxazole in a sentence.
  7. The oxazole is formed from the Ugi intermediate, which is ideal to undergo Robinson-Gabriel cyclodehydration with sulfuric acid.
  8. Labeling studies have determined that the amide oxygen is the most Lewis basic and therefore is the one included in the oxazole.
  9. Another round of malonate extension occurs, followed by the malonate's reaction with an adjacent serine extender to form an oxazole ring.
  10. This process converts cysteine and serine / threonine residues into thiazole and ( methyl ) oxazole heterocycles ( as seen to the right ).
  11. Additionally, a coupled Ugi and Robinson Gabriel synthesis has been reported, beginning with the Ugi reagents and ending with an oxazole core within the molecule.
  12. It belongs to the family of monomethine cyanine dyes and is a tetracationic homodimer of Oxazole Yellow ( abbreviated YO, hence the name YOYO ), typically available as tetraiodide salt.
  13. "' Benzoxazole "'is an aromatic organic compound with a molecular formula C 7 H 5 NO, a benzene-fused oxazole ring structure, and an odor similar to pyridine.
  14. "' Plantazolicin "'( PZN ) is a natural antibiotic produced by the ribosomally synthesized and post-translationally modified peptide ( RiPP ); it can be classified further as a thiazole / oxazole-modified microcin ( TOMM ) or a linear azole-containing peptide ( LAP ).
  15. The " Compendium of Chemical Terminology " published by the IUPAC defines systematic name as " a name composed wholly of specially coined or selected syllables, with or without numerical prefixes; e . g . pentane, oxazole . " However, when trivial names have become part of Chemical nomenclature, they can be the systematic name of a substance or part of it.
  16. Some patents with promising utilities are selected for international patent applications . [ 1, 5 ] These include synthetic microtubule targeting epothilone compounds against solid tumors and leukemias, such as Fludelone and Iso-Oxazole-Fludelone; Immunosuppressants for organ transplantation, such as Ardeemins and Ningalins; and synthetic cyto-protective Panaxytriols ( inspired by Chinese / Korea ginseng ) for reducing chemotherapy-induced toxicities such as body weight loss, peripheral neuropathy, alopecia, and death, and alleviation of radiation-induced toxicities . [ 3, 5]

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