stereochemical


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ster·e·o·chem·i·cal

(ster'ē-ō-kem'i-kăl),
Relating to stereochemistry.

ster·e·o·chem·i·cal

(ster'ē-ō-kem'i-kăl)
Relating to stereochemistry.

stereochemistry

(stĕr″ē-ō-kĕm′ĭs-trē)
That branch of chemistry dealing with atoms in their space relationship and the effect of such a relationship on the action and effects of the molecule.
stereochemical, adjective
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In general, the studies indicate the widespread occurrence of these compounds in the environment, however, many studies do not address the stereochemical characteristics of these compounds.
Thornton, "PROCHECK: a program to check the stereochemical quality of protein structures," Journal of Applied Crystallography, vol.
The stereochemical property of the predicted protein model was checked using PROCHECK through the PDBsum server [49, 50].
Bosi, "Stereochemical constraints in tourmaline: from a short-range to a long-range structure," The Canadian Mineralogist, vol.
Noggle, "Methcathinone and designer analogues: synthesis, stereochemical analysis, and analytical properties," Journal of Chromatographic Science, vol.
The comprehensive review on the thermodynamic stability of the modified G-quadruplex folds and the stereochemical preferences of more than 70 synthetic and natural derivatives of nucleotides substituting for the natural ones determine the stability and their conformation.
Furthermore, the stereochemical properties of essential oils can vary and depend on the method of extraction.
Swiss-pdbViewer was then used for stabilizing their stereochemical properties by energy minimization.
After the monumental work on the establishment of the stereochemical configuration of all aldosugars, Fischer extended his studies to glycoside synthesis.
Westwood, "Stereochemical assignment of the protein-protein interaction inhibitor JBIR-22 by total synthesis," Angewandte Chemie--International Edition, vol.