stereospecific love

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  • adjective showing stereospecificity

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Examples

  • Since only one T entered the C-1 position of the fructose-6P at equilibrium in tritiated water the abstraction and exchange with solvent were stereospecific.

    Irwin Rose - Autobiography

  • In the case of the enzymatic reaction based on Ogston one would expect to lose all the 18O on stereospecific return of such an intermediate to the ester.

    Irwin Rose - Autobiography

  • … Since this binding is highly stereospecific and corresponds with the previously reported pharmacological potencies of opiates, we believe that our results represent a direct demonstration of “opiate receptor” binding.5

    Alcohol and The Addictive Brain

  • He said that the binding was so “stereospecific” it had to be an opiate, like morphine, but because the binding was so weak he suspected that it might be due to the presence of a morphine contaminant in the sample.

    Alcohol and The Addictive Brain

  • … Since this binding is highly stereospecific and corresponds with the previously reported pharmacological potencies of opiates, we believe that our results represent a direct demonstration of “opiate receptor” binding.5

    Alcohol and The Addictive Brain

  • He said that the binding was so “stereospecific” it had to be an opiate, like morphine, but because the binding was so weak he suspected that it might be due to the presence of a morphine contaminant in the sample.

    Alcohol and The Addictive Brain

  • Prof. Natta extended the research conducted by Ziegler on organometallic catalysts to the stereospecific polymerization, thus discovering new classes of polymers with a sterically ordered structure, viz. isotactic, syndiotactic and di-isotactic polymers and linear non branched olefinic polymers and copolymers with an atactic (or sterically nonordered) structure.

    Giulio Natta - Biography

  • Their reactions often proceed at room temperature, with or without a catalyst, and are stereospecific, giving the reaction products in high yields features characteristic of click reactions.

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  • This model incorporates the concept that the actin-binding motor domain (MD) of myosin maintains a single, stereospecific orientation when actin-bound in the strong binding configuration.

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  • An increase in stereospecific actin-myosin attachments would increase the

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