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acylation

 [a″sĭ-la´shun]
introduction of an acyl radical into the molecule of a compound.

ac·yl·a·tion

(as'i-lā'shŭn),
Introduction of an acyl radical into an organic compound or formation of such a radical within an organic compound.

acylation

[as′ilā′shən]
the incorporation into a molecule of an organic compound of an acyl group, R─CO─.

acylation

introduction of an acyl radical into the molecules of a compound.
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Initially, in order to determine optimal polymerization reaction conditions, the influences of catalyst quantity, Lewis base quantity, and monomer concentration on the inherent viscosity of the polymer were examined by the Friedel-Crafts acylation of IPC with a mixture of 70 mol% BPOBBP and 30 mol% DPODPS in DCE using anhydrous aluminum chloride as a catalyst and NMP as a Lewis base and the results are listed in Table 1.
New methods for acylation of pure and sawdust-extracted cellulose by fatty acid derivativesthermal and mechanical analyses of cellulose-based plastic films.
The enzyme-containing polymers are used as catalysts in chemical reactions such as acylation or enantioselective acylation of alcohols.
Acylation of 3 to phenacetin (4, R=Et, R'=Ac) or an analog was conducted by reaction with an acid under microwave irradiation.
Films obtained using glutens, which have undergone chemical lipophylization with different lipophylization rates and different acylation agents, are currently being characterized.
Acylation, alkylation, alkyl lithium reactions, amidation, bromination, chlorination, cyclization, decarboxylation, electrochemistry, electrophilic substitution, esterification, fluoride exchange, hydrogenation, nucleophilic substitutions, organometallic reactions, oxidations, palladium catalyzed carbonylation, phase transfer catalysis, photochemistry, reductions, sulfonation, vapor phase catalysis.
Penicillin resistance in pneumococci is mediated by changes in the affinity or rate of acylation of enzymes known as penicillin-binding proteins (PBPs).
Protein modification technologies: Pegylation, protein engineering, Fc immunoglobulin fusions, albumin fusions, CTP fusions, transferrin fusions, antibody fusions, glycopegylation, amino acid substitutions, C-terminal lysine residues, antibody fusions, specialized drug delivery formulations, acylation, a-aminoisobutyric substitutions, biodegradable polymer polylactide co-glycolide (PLG).
Unlike other histamine ELISAs, the MaxSignal Histamine ELISA does not require time-consuming and laborious acylation steps.
Carboxyl group at the chiral carbon affects the activity, and the decarboxyl, esterification and acylation will result in different degrees of reduction of activity of the compounds.
We will determine the ER palmitome and investigate the impact of acylation on the function of individual proteins, on ER architecture and on the ER lipidome.
We use 4,4'-thiodibenzoic acid (TDA) as a crosslinker and the carboxylic acid groups in TDA can undergo Friedel-Craft acylation with the phenyls pendent rings in SPSFs to prepare PEMs for fuel cell applications.