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The purification method for a novel ginsenoside-hydrolyzing beta-glucosidase from Paecilomyces Bainier sp. 229 was successfully simplified by the application of microcrystalline cellulose (MCC) as a novel chromatographic matrix. Only two chromatographic steps, Q-Sepharose FF and MCC column in sequence, were required to purify the enzyme to apparent… (More)
The explosive Koi herpesvirus (KHV) epidemic has caused the deaths of a large number of carp and carp variants and has produced serious economic losses. The mirror carp (Cyprinus carpio var. specularis) exhibits strong environmental adaptability and its primary cells can be used to isolate KHV. This study utilized the tissue explant method to systematically… (More)
Cobalt(III) and rhodium(III) catalysts exhibited complementary scope in C-H amidation of aryl enaminones. The amidation reactions proceeded with broad scope under the assistance of a weakly coordinating and bifunctional enaminone directing group. The electrophilicity of the enaminone group can be further utilized in subsequent hydrolysis-cyclization… (More)
In order to construct the recombinant plasmid of pIRES-ORF81, the nucleic acid isolated from Koi herpes virus-CJ (KHV-CJ) strains was used as a template to insert the ORF81 gene fragments amplified by PCR into the pIRES-neo, a kind of eukaryotic expression vector. Using Western blotting analysis, it was verified that ORF81 gene protein can be expressed… (More)
Catalytic oxidative coupling between acrylamides and alkynes was achieved using 0.5 mol % loading of [RhCp*Cl(2)](2) with Cu(OAc)(2) as an oxidant. 2-Pyridones, iminoesters, and substituted indoles could be obtained as a result of the electronic and steric effects of the substituents in the acrylamides.
[RhCp*Cl(2)](2) can catalyze the oxidative coupling of N-aryl and N-alkyl benzamidines with alkynes to give N-substituted 1-aminoisoquinolines in high selectivity.
The reaction of N-sulfonyl propargylamides in the presence of a base catalyst selectively affords 5-sulfonylmethyl oxazoles via 1,4-sulfonyl migration. Allenes have been established as the key intermediates. Experimental evidence has been provided to support a two-step mechanism in the cyclization.
Tetrasubstituted pyrroles have been synthesized via the cross-dehydrogenative coupling between enamino esters and acetone. Silver carbonate proved to be an effective oxidant, and no transition metal catalyst is necessary.
Rhodium(III)-catalyzed direct functionalization of C-H bonds under oxidative conditions leading to C-C, C-N, and C-O bond formation is reviewed. Various arene substrates bearing nitrogen and oxygen directing groups are covered in their coupling with unsaturated partners such as alkenes and alkynes. The facile construction of C-E (E = C, N, S, or O) bonds… (More)
A rare eta2-butadienyl Ir(III) complex with a weak Ir...C bond is formed from 1-alkyne double insertion with the independent double alkyne to vinylidene rearrangement. A reaction intermediate is isolated, and labeling and crossover experiments indicate the intramolecularity of both alkyne to vinylidene rearrangements.