thiolysis


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thi·ol·y·sis

(thī-ol'i-sis), Avoid the mispronunciation thioly'sis.
The cleavage of a chemical bond with the addition of coenzyme A to one part; analogous to hydrolysis and phosphorolysis.

thi·ol·y·sis

(thī-ol'i-sis)
The cleavage of a chemical bond with the addition of coenzyme A to one part; analogous to hydrolysis and phosphorolysis.
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Incubating probe 1 (10 [micro]M) with high concentration of Cys (100 [micro]M) resulted in the disappearance of the peak at 2.00 min and leaded to a chromatographic profile identical to that of compound 2, which indicated that probe 1 can be completely converted to compound 2 upon the Cys-induced thiolysis process.
In continuation of our research on reactions of 3,5,8-trioxabicyclo[5.1.0]octanes with nucleophiles and antimycotic properties of the obtained products [13], in this work we have carried out the thiolysis reaction of epoxide 2 by thiophenol followed by functionalization of the resulting [beta]-hydroxysulfide 3 (Scheme 1).
The intermediate 12 was obtained from diol 10 via its oxidation with oxone followed by thiolysis of the resulting epoxide 11 with thiophenol in hot water in the presence of DABCO.
In conclusion, in this work, we have developed efficient synthetic approaches to a series of novel 6-(arylthio)-1,3dioxepan-5-ols starting from 1,3-dioxacyclohept-5-ene through its oxidation followed by thiolysis with various thiophenols.
Edrisi, "Biodegradable choline hydroxide promoted environmentally benign thiolysis of epoxides," Tetrahedron Letters, vol.
4c) and its tryptic digest analysis, following thiolysis, established that the residue modified by the reagent was present in the octa peptide fragment constituting residues G23B to T30B in the B-chain of insulin (see Method section).
[26.] Guyot S, Marnet N, Laraba D, Sanoner P and JF Drilleau Reversed-phase HPLC following thiolysis for quantitative estimation and characterization o f the four main classes of phenolic compounds in different tissue zones of a French cider apple variety (Malus domestica Var.