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- n. The process of forming an epimer by changing one asymmetric centre in a compound that has more than one
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In 1890, by epimerization between gluconic and mannonic acids, he established the stereochemical nature and isomery of the sugars, and between
Miller et al. Poort geometrics to be projectile armatures, (1999) report a new series of isoleucine while Deacon (1989) believes that in view of epimerization dates on ostrich eggshell for their relatively large size in comparison to Howiesons Poort occurrences at Border LSA examples, they may have functioned as Cave, Klasies River, Boomplaas, and Apollo barbs for spears.
Botswana, using isoleucine epimerization in ratite Larsson, L. (1996).
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