aminolysis


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am·i·nol·y·sis

(am'i-nol'i-sis),
Replacement of a halogen in an alkyl or aryl molecule by an amine radical, with elimination of hydrogen halide.

aminolysis

/am·i·nol·y·sis/ (am″ĭ-nol´ĭ-sis) reaction with an amine, resulting in the addition of (or substitution by) an imino group —NH—.

am·i·nol·y·sis

(am'i-nol'i-sis)
Replacement of a halogen in an alkyl or aryl molecule by an amine radical, with elimination of hydrogen halide.

aminolysis

(am″ĭ-nol′ĭ-sis) [ amine + -lysis]
Metabolic transformation of amino-containing compounds by removal of the amino group.
aminolytic (ă-mē″nŏ-lit′ik), adjective
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12] carried out a one-pot-two-step conversion of PEN by glycolysis with diethylene glycol, followed by aminolysis with hydroxylamine and hydrazine, and showed that they produced 2,6-naphthalenedicarbohydroxamic acid in 96% and 2,6-naphthalenedicarbohydrazide in 85% overall yields.
In the first step, soybean oil was converted into mono hydroxyl functional soy derivatives through the aminolysis reaction with ethanolamine.
Shen, Surface modification of polycaprolactone membrane via aminolysis and biomacromolecule immobilization for promoting cytocompatibility of human endothelial cells, Biomacromolecules, 3, 1312-1319 (2002).
Then the resultant lactone was subjected to aminolysis (Nicolas et al.
This property makes possible for them to execute a number of catalytic reactions such as alcoholysis acidolysis aminolysis esterification and transesterification (Coradi et al.
The steadily growing interest in lipases over the last two decades stems from their biotechnological versatility and the enzymes' ability to catalyze a broad spectrum of bioconversion reactions such as hydrolysis, esterifications, transesterifications, aminolysis and others (MINOVSKA et al.
2011) to esterification transesterification and aminolysis in organic solvents (Joseph et al.
2,4,6-Tris(phenoxy)-1,3,5-triazine reacts with aliphatic amines in aminolysis, and this reaction can be used to give dendrimers.
In addition to their hydrolytic activity on triglycerides, lipases catalyze esterification, transesterification, acidolysis, alcoholysis and aminolysis (Table 3).
Specifically, we demonstrate how these derivatives undergo aminolysis under mild conditions with both protected and unprotected amino acids, giving rise to stable thioamide species.
For example, surface functionalisation, such as hydrolysis to expose carboxylic groups and aminolysis to expose primary and secondary amine groups, can be used to increase surface hydrophilicity, and has been found to encourage stronger interactions with serum and ECM proteins through electrostatic effects and hydrogen bonding (Croll et al.
He begins with the fundamentals of peptide synthesis, emphasizing the intermediates that are encountered in aminolysis reactions.