quinonoid


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quinonoid

(kwĭn′ə-noid′, kwĭ-nō′-)
adj.
Of or containing quinone or resembling it in structure or properties; quinoid.
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Analytical investigation of certain compounds possessing Quinonoid structure M.
4] is oxidized to quinonoid dihydrobiopterin and is recycled to BH4 by pterin-4[alpha]-carbinolamine dehydratase (EC 4.
The degree of oxidation (x) was calculated from the intensity ratio of the quinonoid peak at ~1570 [cm.
1] corresponding to the stretching deformation of benzonoid and quinonoid rings, respectively (42-45).
328 and 610 nm, representing the [pi]-[pi]* transition in the benzenoid structure and the exciton formation in the quinonoid rings, respectively.
5b shows predominantly the presence of the quinonoid imine (=N-) structure and the benzenoid amine (-NH-) structure.
It is due to diverse secondary metabolites like polyphenols terpenoids flavonoids quinonoids and xanthenes that have been reported previously to neutralize snake poison (Asad et al.
Presence of secondary metabolites like xanthenes phenols quinonoids terpenoids and various flavonoids have previously been documented to inhibit snake venom enzymes.