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Caseinomacropeptide self-association is dependent on whether the peptide is free or restricted in kappa-casein.
It is suggested that interactions between para-kappa- CN parts of the kappa-CN molecules may be a requisite for the pH-dependent dissociation/association of caseinomacropeptide in a pH- dependent manner.
In situ Switching of Site-Selectivity with Light in the Acetylation of Sugars with Azo-Peptide Catalysts.
- Dominik Niedek, Frederik R. Erb, P. Schreiner
- ChemistryThe Journal of organic chemistry
- 25 November 2019
We present a novel concept for the in situ control of site-selectivity of catalytic acetylations of partially protected sugars based on light as external stimulus using oligopeptide catalysts…
Site-Selective Acylation of Pyranosides with Oligopeptide Catalysts.
- Alexander Seitz, Raffael C. Wende, P. Schreiner
- Chemistry, BiologyThe Journal of organic chemistry
- 22 February 2021
The oligopeptide-catalyzed site-selective acylation of partially protected monosaccharides is reported, which yields up to 81% of the inherently unfavored 2-O-acetylated products with selectivities up to 15:1 using mild reaction conditions.
The metabolism of ethyl and n-propyl-p-hydroxybenzoate (“parabens”) in male cats
Studies on the metabolism of calcium stearoyl-2-lactylate in the rat, mouse, guinea-pig and man.