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stereospecificity

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  • noun chemistry The property of a chemical reaction that yields specific stereoisomers as products
  • noun chemistry The property of a polymer that has a specific spatial arrangement of its constituent atoms

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  • The stereospecificity was also decreased, as L384A formed the R and S isomers of 10-HPODE and 8-HPODE in a 3: 2 ratio.

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  • The stereospecificity was also decreased, as L384A formed the R and S isomers of 10-HPODE and 8-HPODE in a 3: 2 ratio.

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  • Biochemistry, 25, 6807-6816 (1986) [9] You, K.S.; Arnold, L.J.; Kaplan, N.O.: The stereospecificity of bacterial exter - nal flavoprotein monooxygenases for nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide.

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  • 55, 897-903 (1973) [2] You, K.S.; Arnold, L.J.; Kaplan, N.O.: The stereospecificity of bacterial ex - ternal flavoprotein monooxygenases for nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide.

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  • A-stereospecificity [2]; mechanism [4]) Reaction type oxidation redox reaction reduction 355

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  • A-stereospecificity [2]) Reaction type decarboxylation oxidation redox reaction reduction Substrates and products S 2-amino-5-chlorobenzoate + NAD (P) H + O2

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