cholestane


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cho·les·tane

(kō'les-tān),
The parent hydrocarbon of cholesterol. For structure, see steroids.
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The coupling constants of two oxymethine protons at I' 4.18 (1H, ddd, J = 10.4, 8.8 and 3.8 Hz) and 3.80 (1H ddd, J = 11.1, 8.8 and 5.7 Hz) suggested 1,2-glycolic functions with a trans configuration and 2[alpha],3[beta]-dihydroxy cholestane type skeleton [9-10].
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(5) These steroids have stigmastane (C29), cholestane (C27) and ergostane (C28) skeletons, respectively.
The residue was dissolved again in 2 mL hexane containing 0.2 mg [mL.sup.-1] 5-[alpha] cholestane internal standard (IS) (Sigma, USA).
CTX disease is an abnormality of 26-hydroxylation of cholestane diol.
The more active azasteroid antibiotics were cholestane derivatives.
He criticizes its failure to survey how the animals managed their sterol supplements with blood-cholesterol measurements, and the omission in the oxides dose of cholestane triol--a cholesterol oxide now known to be highly atherogenic.
Potent growth inhibitory activity of a novel Ornithogalum cholestane glycoside on human cells: induction of apoptosis in promyelocytic lcukemia HL-60 cells.
The residue was dissolved again in 2 ml hexane containing 0.2 mg/ml 5-[alpha] cholestane internal standard (IS) (Sigma, EUA).
The ratio of the areas of cholesterol and 5-[alpha] cholestane was plotted against the cholesterol concentration for injected volumes of 0.0; 2.0; 3.0; 4.0, and 5.0 [micro]l.