enantioselectivity


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enantioselectivity

(ē-nan'tē-ō-sē-lek-tiv'i-tē),
The difference in pharmacologic, pharmacodynamic, pharmacokinetic, therapeutic, and (adverse) side or toxic effects between enantiomers.
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The enantioselectivity of the oxidation was close to that obtained with the original catalyst.
Biocatalysis in Neat Organic Solvents - Synthetic Applications 4 Exploiting Enantioselectivity of Hydrolases in Organic Solvents (Hans-Erik Hogberg).
The key feature of the C-TunePhos family of ligands is their tunable dihedral angle to optimize enantioselectivity that result in high catalytic turnover activities.
This has led to an important new concept in solid state chemistry, that of the ionic chiral auxiliary, whereby the enantioselectivity of a chemical reaction of an organic ion (for example, a carboxylate anion) in the crystalline state can be controlled by the presence of an optically active counterion (e.
The use of displacement chromatography to alter retention and enantioselectivity on a human serum albumin-based HPLC chiral stationary phase: a mini-review.
Divided into two parts, the first section on methodology presents new innovative methods for enzymatic catalysis optimization, including such new trends as medium engineering, directed evolution and computer-aided prediction of enantioselectivity.
Iridium-f-Binaphane complexes have produced unprecedented enantioselectivity in the asymmetric hydrogenation of acyclic imines.
These reactions proceed with complete regio-, stereo- and enantioselectivity.
Diversa has demonstrated the success of their technologies by developing a wide variety of novel biocatalysts that exhibit superior performance characteristics such as high activity, stability and enantioselectivity, key requirements for the production of specialty chemicals," stated Stefan Buchholz, Ph.