Oxaldehyde

Ox`al´de`hyde


n.1.(Chem.) Same as Glyoxal.
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Its IUPAC name is Oxaldehyde. It is yellow in color and is available in liquid form at normal temperatures and is highly reactive in nature.
RT Content (min) (1) Compounds (ug/100 g) 9.72 2-Furancarb oxaldehyde 1.05 10.55 2-Furanmethanol 0.08 11.73 Pentanoic acid 0.05 12.38 1-(2-Furanyl)-ethanone 0.05 13.00 Methyl propyl disulfide 0.04 14.11 5-Methyl-2-furancarboxaldehyde 0.09 14.29 Dimethyl trisulfide 1.03 15.71 Hexanoic acid 0.09 16.68 1H-Pyrrole-2-carboxaldehyde 0.17 16.79 Benzeneacetaldehyde 0.02 17.01 Dihydro-p-tolualdehyde 0.05 17.80 Heptanoic acid 0.06 18.36 2,6,11,15-Tetramethyl-hexadecane 0.02 18.46 Nonanal 0.05 18.88 Phenylethyl alcohol 0.07 19.08 2-Ethyl-hexanoic acid 0.13 20.63 Octanoic acid 0.13 21.87 Dimethyl tetrasulfide 1.03 23.39 Tetradecane 0.08 24.12 Di-2-propenyl trisulfide 0.44 24.80 Dipropyl trisulfide 0.65 26.29 Methyl 2-propenyl disulfide 0.40 (1) RT: retention time.
These include glyoxylase system (I and II) having oxaldehyde reductase and aldose reductase that catalyse the deglycation and detoxification of methylglyoxal (MG), the most common reactive intermediates of AGEs to D-lactate.7