enantiomer

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Synonyms for enantiomer

either one of a pair of compounds (crystals or molecules) that are mirror images on each other but are not identical

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171] revealed that activity, stability and enantioselectivity of the enzymes can be enhanced by the addition of small amounts of IL.
An attractive alternative has been developed by taking advantage of high enantioselectivity observed in ethylalumination and higher alkylalumination.
Hua, "A molecular modeling study on the enantioselectivity of aryl alkyl ketone reductions by a NADPH-dependent carbonyl reductase," Journal of Molecular Modeling, vol.
Construction and characterization of a recombinant esterase with high activity and enantioselectivity to (S)-ketoprofen ethyl ester.
Therefore, no further enantioselectivity improvement was performed for the following in vitro experiments.
Despite these advantages, there is still work to be done; for example, the enantioselectivity is still not quite as high as with the slower-acting aluminum complexes.
A privileged chiral ligand or catalyst is one that shows good enantioselectivity over a wide range of different reactions, due to its core structure.
They have also been found useful as chiral auxiliaries, as inducers of enantioselectivity, and as fluorescence sensors.
Enantioselectivity in the methylation of the catecholic phase I metabolites of methylenedioxy designer drugs and their capability to inhibit catechol-O-methyltransferase-catalyzed dopamine 3-methylation.
Among the topics are valence photoelectronic circular dichroism of gas phase enantiomers, the infrared and Raman detection of transient chirality recognition in the gas phase with ethanol as a case study, enantioselectivity in gas-phase ion-molecule reactions, equilibrium methods, deoxy oligonucliotides as chiral references for discriminating enantiomeric amino acids under mass spectrometry, solution-phase versus gas-phase chiral recognition by electrospray ionization mass spectrometry with a case study of two chiral selector classes.
They also exhibit good chemoselectivity, regioselectivity and enantioselectivity, and as hydrolases they do not require cofactors.
The results are in accordance to a reported result where enantioselectivity of other lipases toward primary alcohol is much lower than to secondary alcohol [11].