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By Peter M. Collins

An easy-to-use reference resource for all scientists operating with carbohydrates, the Dictionary of Carbohydrates with CD-ROM, moment version builds at the luck of its past variation by means of offering a considerably elevated variety of compounds. The presentation is sharpened via a cautious overview of current entries. With 24,000 compounds, it represents a far enlarged and revised new version of the dictionary first released in 1998. every one access encompasses a wealth of data along with: names and synonyms, molecular formulae, chemical buildings, actual mass, UV spectra, wide resource information, actual homes, makes use of and key literature citations.

The new version of this authoritative reference includes a structure-searchable CD-ROM that offers speedy, handy entry to crucial details. the combo of 33 searchable textual content fields and whole substructure looking power offers the carbohydrate chemist with the instruments to right away seek the complete database for the appropriate info. seek effects will be considered on monitor, revealed or stored. this mixture of booklet and CD delivers much more entry to the data you would like on a regular basis.

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And London, 1963, 153 (rev) Feldman, I. S. , 1968, 90, 7329 (pmr) Kennard, O. E. , Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. A. , 1970, 65, 19 (cmr) Hampton, A. L. , J. Inorg. Biochem. J. 163 No phys. props. reported. Feldkaus, P. , Eur. J. Biochem. 227 Coronary vasodilator. 254 Cryst. (MeOH). Mp 2178 (220-2228). 281 Cryst. (EtOH/C6H6). Mp 210-2118 (2188). Et ester; hydrochloride: Abbott 40557 [50663-70-2] Cryst. (EtOH). Mp 207-2098. 352 Solid. Mp 135-1378. 243 Cryst. (EtOH). Mp 245-2478. 08 in 1M HCl). 269 Cryst.

Biophys. E. , Biokhimiya (Moscow) , 1966, 31, 1057 Ballio, A. , Ann. Ist. Super. B. , J. Biol. Chem. , 1974, 249, 7282 Adenylic acid, 9CI, 8CI A-44 Adenosine phosphate, BAN, INN, USAN. -phosphate. monophosphate. -phosphoric acid. Muscle adenylic acid. AMP. Adenylic acid. Phosphaden. 415 Methyl transferase inhibitor. Mp 210-2118 dec. 05M HCl). lmax 260 (H2O). Picrate: Mp 1708 dec. 442 Mp 208-2108. de la Haba, G. , J. Biol. Chem. 224 Nucleoside widely distributed in nature. Isol. from muscle. Has been used as an antiviral agent; nutrient.

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