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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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137) However, even if there exists an expectation of improved properties for a single enantiomer, the enantiomer may not be obvious over its racemate if there is no disclosed means of resolution.
It requires converting the enantiomers in a racemate to a pair of diastereomers, or isomers that have different solubilities.
Twice a winner of big handicaps this autumn, Racemate will step up to Group level next year.
D]/F = CL/k) were calculated by considering the dose (D) to be equal to one-half the administered dose of the racemate, and F to be the systemic availability.
POTENTIAL CLINICAL APPLICATIONS OF CHIRAL PHARMACOLOGY AND RACEMATE ANALYSIS
Notably the synthesis of MK-0679 (the R-enantiomer) was significantly more efficient than the synthesis of the racemate (MK-571)
in the early 1980s it was offered only as the racemate (a "racemic" dl-carnitine mixture, defined by the presence of near equal amounts of both the d- isomer and the l- isomer.
In this work, we evaluated individually the anti-inflammatory properties of (-) linalool, that is, the natural occurring enantiomer, and its racemate form, present in various amounts in distilled or extracted essential oils.
In addition, the R-isomer of flurbiprofen has been shown in animal models to be a potent antiproliferative for normal colonocytes, colon polyps, and adenocarcinomas without the gastrointestinal toxicity of the S-isomer or the racemate [4].