acylation


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acylation

(ˌeɪsaɪˈleɪʃən)
n
(Chemistry) the introduction into a chemical compound of an acyl group
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Noun1.acylation - the process of introducing an acyl group into a compoundacylation - the process of introducing an acyl group into a compound
acetylation - the process of introducing an acetyl group into a compound; "the acetylation of cyclooxygenase-2 by aspirin"
chemical action, chemical change, chemical process - (chemistry) any process determined by the atomic and molecular composition and structure of the substances involved
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The derivatization reagents market is further segmented into silylation reagents, alkylation & esterification reagents, and acylation reagents.
Polymyxin B resistance in El Tor Vibrio cholerae requires lipid acylation catalyzed by MsbB.
Recently, we described the preparation of novel polyfaryl ether ketone)s containing amide linkages in main chains by the electrophilic Friedel-Crafts acylation copolycondensation, the resulting copolymers with low content of amide linkages had not only much higher [T.
Based on types of reagents, the report covers silylation reagents, alkylation and esterification reagents, acylation reagents, ion-pairing reagents, solvents, and buffers.
Acylation with acetic anhydride or alkanoyl/aroyl chlorides of the free hydroxyl groups of (+)-tembamide (5) and ailanthoidiol (6), isolated in higher amounts, yielded seven new esters (7-13, Fig.
Azido group was introduced into the molecule either with acylation of amino acids or di-, tri-peptides with benzotriazolyl azides, or through the nucleophilic substitution of chlorine atom with sodium azide.
in case of acylation with Boc anhydride) was added, the solution was cooled to 0[degrees]C, and alkoxycarbonyl chloroformate (1 equiv.
Partial distortion of the triple-helix caused by acylation is more important than shielding or blocking of specific sites for enzymes in determining the degradation rate of this material.
Moreover, the level of anthocyanins acylation by acetic acid (up to 25 %) is out of features for the other Rosaceae plants.
A lot of methods have been proposed for the acylation of cellulose (Samaranayake and Glasser 1993; Liebert et al.
This is a 2-step process involving the esterification of the carboxylic acid group and acylation of the amine group of the amino acids, along with any hydroxyl and thiol groups present.