Schiff base

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Schiff base

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n
(Biochemistry) the product of the chemical association of an aldehyde with a primary amine
[C19: named after Hugo Schiff (1834–1915), German chemist]
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This way, it can be conjectured that the yellow color can be indicative of the occurrence of aldimine binding reactions (CH = N) between aldehyde groups (-CHO) and amino groups involved in the gelatin crosslinking process [30],
Aldimine formation with cyclo-Dopa yields the betanidin aglycone that is usually conjugated with glucose and sometimes with glucuronic acid.
The internal aldimine Schiff-base linkage between PLP and the amino group of active site Lys residue switches back and forth to the external aldimine Schiff-base linkage between PLP and the substrate amino group in the middle of catalysis.
Two absorption bands in between 26315 cm-131250 cm are exhibited in the ultraviolet spectrum of ligand which is assignable to n"w transitions of the aldimine and ketimine moieties respectively.
HbA1C is formed by the condensation of glucose with N-terminal Valine residue of each [beta]-chain of HbA to form an unstable Schiff base (Aldimine, Pre- [HbA.sub.1C]).
The adduct that is thus first formed, known as an aldimine,
He progressed to Manager of Technology for wood coatings, specializing in: UV-cure/air cure in both urethane acrylate and unsaturated polyesters, 1K and 2K waterborne and solventborne polyurethanes, development of 2K-spray equipment for 2K-water polyurethanes and high solids 2K asparatate and aldimine chemistries.
The anti-Markovnikov aldimine products of these reactions are particularly useful intermediates for further functionalization to amine and aldehyde derivatives.
The color change is due to the establishment of the aldimine linkage (CH=N) between the free amine groups of protein and the aldehyde groups of the GTA (15).
High pressure liquid chromatographic separation of the labile aldimine (pre-hemoglobin [A.sub.1c]) and the stable Hb [A.sub.1c].
The synthesized fluoro derivatives of aldimines (1-5) were investigated for their potential bactericidal and anti-cancer activities.