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tau·to·mer·ic

(taw'tō-mer'ik),
1. Relating to the same part.
2. Relating to or marked by tautomerism.
[G. tautos, the same, + meros, part]

tau·to·mer·ic

(taw'tō-mer'ik)
1. Relating to the same part.
2. Relating to or marked by tautomerism.
[G. tautos, the same, + meros, part]

tautomeral

, tautomeric (taw-tŏm′ĕr-ăl) (-tō-mĕr′ĭk) [″ + meros, a part]
Pert. to certain neurons that send processes to the white matter on the same side of the spinal cord.

tautomeric

exhibiting, or capable of exhibiting, tautomerism.
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Because inspection of the chromatograms did not reveal any major qualitative differences in the metabolite patterns of the three desmethyl compounds between the two groups of 25 and 79 specimens, the explanation for the differences in the tacrolimus assays may be quantitative differences in the metabolites relative to tacrolimus, the presence of tautomeric forms (14) of M-III in vivo, and/or the presence of other unknown metabolites that cross-react with the MEIA (7).
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Pyruvic, phenyl pyruvic, and p-hydroxyphenyl pyruvic acids with these electrophoretic conditions gave wide peaks, probably because of a tautomeric ketoenolic equilibrium.
In the present work, HF and DET theoretical calculations applying standard 631++G(d,p) basis set have been carried out to investigate the tautomeric properties of the molecule.
1A) may be due to the tautomeric ceto-enolic equilibrium of this acid at the working pH.