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(prĕl′ōg′), Vladimir 1906-1998.
Bosnian-born Swiss chemist. He shared a 1975 Nobel Prize for research on the structure of biological molecules.
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The stereoselectivity of carbonyl reductases can often be predicted by Prelog's rule, which states that the stereochemistry can be determined by looking at the size of the two R groups.
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Examples can be found in discussions of the unusual properties of medium-sized rings (Prelog 1950; Huisgen 1957; Sicher 1962; Eliel et al.
46 The number of manuscripts of Burley's Lives is in the hundreds and there are a dozen incunabula; see Prelog on the manuscript tradition.
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The defined torsional angles [using the notation of Klyne and Prelog (30)] were implemented in a systematic manner and at each step the conformation was minimized.