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CH3CH2CO-; the acyl radical of propionic acid.
Synonym(s): propanoyl
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N-[(1E)-(1,3-diphenyl-1H-pyrazol-4- yl)methylene]-2-(6-methoxy-2-naphthyl) propionyl hydrazide (5): yield (65%), crystallized from ethanol, m.
The process starts with the metabolism of various compounds in the mitochondrion to form propionyl CoA (Figure 1).
The parcel, which was mailed to a Tokyo medical company from China, contained three bottles filled with a type of propionyl chloride, which is used in the manufacture of medicines, police said.
buchenavianine macrophylla (1984) 14-0-Desacetyl-O- Cavernulina Clastres propionyl cavernuline grandiflora etal.
Protective effect of propionyl carnitine against peroxidative damage to arterial endothelium membranes.
Normally propionyl-CoA is metabolized to methylmalonyl-CoA by the action of propionyl-CoA carboxylase (PCC), but if the metabolite is in excess the propionyl species is released from the mitochondrion after conversion by carnitine palmitoyl transferase II to the corresponding acylcarnitine (Fig.
Testosterone and acetyl-L-carnitine with propionyl L-carnitine improved all outcomes of male aging and ED and were more powerful than Viagra alone or improved its effectiveness after radical prostate surgery.
The level of propionyl carnitine is highly increased in both diseases, arising from the transesterification of propionyl-CoA (Fig.
The hyperammonemia observed in methylmalonic acidemia is thought to arise because accumulated propionyl CoA interferes with formation of N-acetylglutamate, an obligatory activator of carbamyl phosphate synthase, the initial step in urea synthesis (4).
The supplement offers a therapeutic daily amount of Peak ATP (200 mg), along with 1000 mg of propionyl L-carnitine, which is another ingredient indicated for endothelial cell health.
Glycine Propionyl L-Carnitine Hydrochloride (US Pat.