enantioselectivity


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enantioselectivity

(ē-nan'tē-ō-sē-lek-tiv'i-tē),
The difference in pharmacologic, pharmacodynamic, pharmacokinetic, therapeutic, and (adverse) side or toxic effects between enantiomers.
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Moysan (1993): Comparative enantioselectivity of the disposition of two non-steroidal anti- inflammatory agents ketoprofen and carprofen in man and animals.
Controlling lipase enantioselectivity for organic synthesis.
During the chromatographic separation process the underivatized or derivatized cyclodextrins as host molecules form intermediate diastereomeric complexes with chiral guest molecules; differences in the stability of these complexes determine the enantioselectivity of separations.
9) Indium mediated enantioselective allylation of aldehydes in an aqueous medium can also be achieved with 34 percent to 92 percent enantioselectivity.
The use of enzyme catalysed reactions circumvents many of these drawbacks, due to the substrate specificity, regio- and enantioselectivity of these biocatalysts, which can be utilized at mild reaction conditions.
Under optimized reaction conditions, the reaction proceeded with greater than 95 percent enantioselectivity using only 0.
In spite of that, the enantioselectivity of the oxidation was still remarkable (ee 40%).
RNA aptamers that bind L-arginine with sub-micromolar dissociation constants and high enantioselectivity.
Biocatalysis in Neat Organic Solvents - Synthetic Applications 4 Exploiting Enantioselectivity of Hydrolases in Organic Solvents (Hans-Erik Hogberg).
The phenyl group seems to be an important feature since replacement of this with cyclohexyl group showed a significant drop in enantioselectivity (Entry 11, 14 and 12 vs 15 table 1).