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an organic compound usually formed as an intermediate product in the preparation of acetals from aldehydes or ketones

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Di Paolo et al., "Photochemistry of the hemiketal form of anthocyanins and its potential role in plant protection from UV-B radiation," Tetrahedron, vol.
XLR-11 was metabolized by phase I and II enzymes in human hepatocytes; more than 25 XLR-11 metabolites were produced by hydroxylation, carboxylation, hemiketal and hemiacetal formation, internal dehydration, and further glucuronidation of some oxidative metabolites.
Exiqon A/S (Copenhagen, Denmark) has patented a method for immobilizing a polysaccharide (PS) to a solid surface, said polysaccharide having a keto-carboxy group or a ketal or hemiketal group corresponding thereto, e.g.
In water solutions, monosaccharides undergo intramolecular reactions to form cyclic hemiacetals, hemiketals, and lactones which are in equilibrium with each other.