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2) As the second step, the liberated AA is supplied to either of the two COX isozymes, COX-1 or COX-2, to be isomerized
where [(RA)] is the concentration of the isomerized
ligand--receptor complex bound at time t, exponent coefficient d is the apparent rate constant of the reaction, and c is the specific binding at equilibrium.
Although the composition of beer waste was unknown, beer waste typically contains (in dry matter) proteins (50-70%), hops bitter substances non isomerized
(10-20%), phenolic compounds (5-10%), carbohydrates (4-8%), and fatty acids (1-2%) (Mathias et al.
Notably, the CTX octapeptide also contains an aspartyl that gradually undergoes isomerization and racemization, converting from the newly synthesized form ([alpha]CTX) to an isomerized
form ([beta]CTX) over time.
Because glucose-6-phosphate (G6P) is a branching point for glucose fate, it is also plausible to expect that glucose is metabolized through either or both of the following pathways: (a) being channeled into the hexose monophosphate shunt pathway due to enhanced G6PDH activity, thereby producing cell reducing power (as NADPH) later used for hepatocyte lipogenesis and replenishing GSH pool, hence providing an additional mechanism to counteract OS , and/or (b) G6P being isomerized
to fructose6-phosphate (F6P), then oxidized to pyruvate and acetylCoA, and finally entering into the lipid anabolic pathway.
After the harvest and along the coffee bean processing, some phenolic compounds can be isomerized
, hydrolyzed, or degraded into low molecular weight compounds.
Other studies have also found that dietary inclusion of chemically isomerized
marigold, conventional marigold and canthaxanthin had no significant effects on broiler chicken pigmentation and performance (Perez-Vendrell et al.
Furthermore, stationary points for zinc octahedral complexes containing three or four Cl - could not be found since they isomerized
into tetrahedral (4 + 2) complexes during optimization .
Normally, linoleic acid can be isomerized
into cis-9, trans-11 CLA in the rumen, with the majority being further hydrogenated into trans-11 18:1, and then potentially saturated into stearic acid (Wang and Lee, 2012).
The majority of natural vegetable oils are rich in cis-unsaturated fatty acids; the unsaturated constituents can be isomerized
to the trans form during extraction or oxidative conversion by heating and by partial hydrogenation (Perez-Serradilla et al.
Because jet fuel is composed of slightly smaller molecules ranging from C9 to C15, the seed oil must be cracked, as well as isomerized
to produce cycloparaffins and aromatics which improve properties of the fuel such as density and viscosity at low temperatures.