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racemate

 [ra´sĕ-māt]
a racemic mixture or compound.

ra·ce·mate

(rā'sē-māt), Avoid the mispronunciation rās'māt.
A racemic compound, or the salt or ester of such a compound.
See also: racemic.

racemate

/ra·ce·mate/ (ra´sĕ-māt) a racemic mixture or compound.

ra·ce·mate

(rā'sĕ-māt)
A racemic compound, or the salt or ester of such a compound.
See also: racemic

racemate

a racemic compound.
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46) Chris Holman argues that "there is no general expectation that separating a racemate into its constituent enantiomers will provide any benefit.
On 6 July 2011, shortly after the Sepracor challenge was dismissed, the Raad van State in the Netherlands rendered its decision in another regulatory dispute concerning enantiomers, this time in relation to escitalopram, the active enantiomer of the racemate citalopram.
Although a court must not declare that a prima facie case of obviousness exists for an enantiomer over its prior art racemate in the absence of the Graham factual inquiries, (132) the structural similarities between a single enantiomer and its racemate are usually sufficient to establish a prima facie case.
12,13] The half-life of the warfarin racemate is approximately 36 to 42 hours.
The "left-handed" enantiomer in the racemate, they say, was responsible for the resulting birth defects.
The benefit of deuterium modification was realized for the isolated enantiomer and not the racemate.
Hagel (1976) Chromatographic racemate resolutions with cellulose triacetate.
Ultrafiltration experiments were conducted to evaluate the chiral separation ability of the prepared membrane towards racemate aqueous solution of Phenylalanine.
The racemate could serve the same function at double the dose with little adverse effects then what was the need to synthesize (R)-salbutamol as an individual drug, this question might arise.
Report France Prix Belle de Nuit (Listed) Fontainebleau, 1m41/2f turf, 3yo+ (f+m) THE William Knight-trained Western Pearl was denied by less than a length in a driving finish to the day's feature, as Thierry Thulliez came from last to first aboard Racemate, writes Scott Burton.
Even outside the botanical arena there are challenges, such as identifying whether a single entity ingredient is natural or synthetic, isomerically pure or a racemate, and so forth.