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methoxy

(mɛˈθɒksɪ; mə-)
n
(Pharmacology) a drug, Methoxyisoflavone, that is claimed to increase muscle size and is taken as a supplement by some athletes
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University of Massachusetts scientists fabricated hydrogel microspheres by the electrostatic complexation of low methoxy pectin and caseinate by decreasing the solution pH from 7 to 4.
The methoxy groups at C-7 and C-ll of 11-O-methylWEL were located inside and outside the coumestan plane, respectively (Fig.
1] for POA is due to C-H stretching vibration of methoxy group.
The presence of more lipophilic methoxy moiety at the position 4,4 of curcumin and small percentage of end phenolic and hydroxyl group of coumarin has contributed to the wide spectrum of antibacterial activities, thus proving their efficiency as antimicrobial polymers.
The more fav ourabl e product was found to be the compound with the methoxy group in ortho-position.
Last year astronomers discovered a molecule called methoxy, or C[H.
The findings suggested that methanol gas was involved in the production of the methoxy radicals found in space, rather than any process on the surface of dust grains.
8] studied the three simple methoxy chalcones for their superoxide radical scavenging activities by using a very common method in which xanthine as the substrate of xanthine oxidase was utilized to produce the superoxide radicals which were then consumed in the presence of antioxidants.
6,7) In the reaction with HCl/EtOH (Run 2), a compound (7) in which the chlorine was present instead of the methoxy group was obtained as the main product, but the yield of the expected compound (6) was poor.
Peculiarity of methoxy group- substituted phenylhydrazones in Fischer indole synthesis Yasuoki MURAKAMI Communicated by Takao SEKIYA, M.