Acid anhydride bonds have a high DG 0’ for hydrolysis imparting upon them a high potential to transfer the phosphates to other molecules.
A total of 100 [micro] g of satratoxin in 100 [micro] l pyridine was reacted with 2 mg of succinic anhydride in a 45 [degrees] C water bath with off-and-on vortexing.
Before deprotection and cleavage, the peptides were succinylated at the N-terminus using succinic anhydride in dimethylformamide containing an equivalent of diisopropylethylamine.
Protectant for irritated skin containing polyethyleneglycols, polyvinylether salt anhydride and polyvinylpyrrolidone
Types of binders Alkyd: Produced by condensation reactions between polycarboxylic acids and polyhydric alcohols - often phthalic acid or anhydride and glycerol.
Cigarette smoking has been reported to be associated with the development of OA in workers exposed to platinum salts and anhydride compounds, which are chemicals that cause asthma through an IgE mechanism.
The binding strength of FN toward the substrate was adjusted using a set of thin films of different alternating maleic anhydride copolymers containing comonomers with varied alkyl chain length.
The energy is stored in the phosphoric acid-sulphuric anhydride bond of the reaction product, 5'-adenylylsulphate, allowing sulphate to undergo further reactions.
Water must be strictly avoided in this reaction, as it can destroy both the chloroformate reactant and the anhydride product.
Imide resins are prepared by the condensation of an anhydride and diamine, via a polyamic acid intermediate.