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ra·ce·mic

 (rā-sē′mĭk, -sĕm′ĭk, rə-)
adj.
Of or relating to a chemical mixture that contains equal quantities of dextrorotatory and levorotatory forms of a compound and therefore does not rotate the plane of incident polarized light.
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racemic

(rəˈsiːmɪk; -ˈsɛm-) or

racemoid

adj
(Chemistry) chem of, concerned with, or being a mixture of equal amounts of enantiomers and consequently having no optical activity
[C19: from raceme (as in racemic acid) + -ic]
racemism n
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ra•ce•mic

(reɪˈsi mɪk, -ˈsɛm ɪk, rə-)

adj.
noting or pertaining to any of various organic compounds that are optically inactive but separable into dextrorotatory and levorotatory forms.
[1890–95]
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Kaneko, "In vivo conversion of racemized [beta]-amyloid ([D-[Ser.sup.26]]A[beta]1-40) to truncated and toxic fragments ([D-[Ser.sup.26]]A[beta]25-35/40) and fragment presence in the brains of Alzheimer's patients," Journal of Neuroscience Research, vol.
During the process of submerged fermentations, L-glutamic acids are largely racemized to D-glutamic acids.
Based on the melting point of 154.4[degrees]C, we can estimate that the racemized DL-form is about several tens of %[28], in accordance with the aforementioned XRD analysis.
Kaneko, "In vivo conversion of racemized [beta]amyloid ([[D-Ser.sup.26]]A[[beta].sub.1-40])to truncated and toxic fragments ([[D-Ser.sup.26]] A/[beta]25-35/40) and fragment presence in the brains of Alzheimer's patients," Journal of Neuroscience Research, vol.70, no.3, pp.474-483, 2002.