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Gossypol forms various complexes with the isomeric dioxanes. The clathrate with 1,4-dioxane is the only complex of gossypol in which the intrinsic symmetry of the gossypol molecule — the symmetry of a twofold axis — is retained. In this complex, two out of the three 1,4-dioxane molecules belonging to each gossypol molecule participate in the construction of… (More)
More than 100 crystalline molecular complexes of gossypol with various organic molecules have been obtained and identified, and for 67 of them single crystals have been grown and their crystallographic parameters have been determined. On the basis of an interpretation of the structures of 30 complexes by the method of x-ray structural analysis, it has been… (More)
The first four homologues of the carboxylic acid series and first two homologues of the monohydric alcohol series with gossypol give equimolar H-clathrates with the channel-type structure that are isostructural with gossypolacetic acid. Formic and acetic acids are capable of forming with gossypol a continuous series of solid substitution solutions. The… (More)
In crystals obtained from solutions in DMSO, gossypol molecules are again present in the aldehyde tautomeric form. These crystals are H-clathrates with the channel type of structure which has much in common with the structure of the complexes of gossypol with methanol and with formic acid.
It has been shown by electrophoresis that cotton fiber peroxidase has several molecular forms. Lines L-2 and T-16 of the species Gossypium barbadense differ from lines L-175 and L-466 of the species Gossypium hirsutum by the presence or absence of individual forms on chromatograms and also by the intensity of the coloration of some of them.
Inclusion compounds of gossypol with a number of acetic acid esters have been obtained and have been identified by derivatography and NMR spectroscopy. An x-ray structural investigation of the structures of crystalline complexes of gossypol with ethyl acetate and butyl acetate has shown that these complexes are isostructural semiclathrates. On the basis of… (More)
The structure of the solvate of gossypol with pyridine has been determined by x-ray structural analysis. The crystalline solvate is a H-clathrate with the channel type of structure in which there are three pyridine molecules to each host molecule. On the desolvation of gossypol tripyridine, a new polymorph is formed.