macrocyclic

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macrocyclic

(mak″rō-sik′lik) [ macro- + cyclic]
Composed of two or more linked, ring-shaped chemical structures.
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However, as mentioned before, using jump-squats as the only strength-exercise may produce lower strength gains which may impair performance improvements later into the macrocycle.
Andrei Yudin of the University of Toronto in partnership with MaRS Innovation, is developing its lead orally-bioavailable macrocycle drug to target integrin a[sub.
However, solvent systems which exhibit preferential solvation could be used to model the inner-sphere solvent structures around the porphyrin macrocycle.
Modern supramolecular chemistry; strategies for macrocycle synthesis.
Different members of this family of macrocyclases process peptides into macrocycles containing from six up to twenty residues.
Among their topics are the inertia of conventional functional groups, the aldol condensation, macrocycles from reluctant ring closure to reluctant ring opening, transformations mediated by transition metals versus conventional reactions, oxidations and carbon-carbon bond building, and the failure of epoxide ring opening and the limits of cascade reactions.
With background the first four chapters including background material, this report covers what macrocycles are and the pharmacokinetic properties (absorption, distribution, metabolism, and excretion) they experience.
TOWARDS NOVEL SHAPE-PERSISTENT BENZO[C]CINNOLINE-ETHYNYLENE MACROCYCLES **, C.
This is a grossly underused strategy, mainly because runners don't understand how to design periodized microcycles and macrocycles.
MacLachlan will present a paper on his group's recent investigations of synthesis and organization of multimetallic macrocycles.
Thirteen contributions from international scientists discuss such topics as molecular electronic wires, solid-state chemistry (PDAs), chirality, macrocycles, diamondoid structures, energy transfer systems, and Buckybowls.