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High conversion of xylose to furfural over corncob residue-based solid acid catalyst in water-methyl isobutyl ketone

A solid acid catalyst based on corncob residue was synthesized using the technique of impregnation–carbonization–sulfonation in order to increase the high-value utilization of raw materials in furfural production. In a water-mobutyl ketone system, it was discovered that NaCl supplemented furfural yield. For a 1:1 xylose/catalyst ratio in a 1:2 water–methyl isobutyl ketone with 60 g/L NaCl, optimal furfural yield and selectivity were obtained for 60 min at 190 °C for 60 min.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/IND607701364


Evaluating the effect of bentonite, malic acid on pectin methyl esterase, methanol in fermented apple juice

Apple juice was treated with bentonite and pH of apple juice to determine pectin methyl esterase activity and methanol content, and was incubated for 24. 0 h at 20 °C and 10 °C, respectively, to help clarify the effect of bentonite and pH of apple juice on pectin methyl esterase activity and methanol content. Consequently, bentonite treated apple juice's lowest pectin and PME activity led to a decrease of 34. 3 percent in bentonite treated apple wine, down by 34. 3 percent, while lower PME activity led to a decrease in malic acid treated fermented apple juice by 11. 9 percent.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/IND607678774


Supramolecular Complexation and Collective Optical Properties Induced by Linking Two Methyl Salicylates via a σ-Bridge.

Nevertheless, we do know that methyl salicyate dyad-type molecules, which are synthesized in association of two MSs via a -bridge, are particularly useful for creating aggregates with collective optical properties. MS-dyads self-association in a CHCl 3 solution at a high rate of over 10 -2 million, which is confirmed by the appearance of an absorption band bathochromically shifted beyond 8300 cm -1 from the band in the dilute solution. According to 1 H NMR studies, unconnected MSs might also form aggregates at high concentrations, though the absorption experiments do not contain any evidence for this. MSs' relationship is therefore assumed that the MS stacking structure of the aggregates is more stable, contributing to the creation of an excited state delocalized over several molecules.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/35426666


Bone scan with technetium 99m-methyl diphosphonate, the missing link in the initial staging of muscle-invasive bladder carcinoma.

We wanted to find the role of bone scan in the initial staging of muscle-invasive bladder carcinoma. Material and methods Forty-five patients with MIBC were referred to our tertiary clinic to perform a technetium 99m-methyl diphosphonate bone scan from January 2019 to March 2020. In all patients, pelvic SPECT/CT was performed. Since the most common bone involvement site for these patients is the pelvic bones and the spine, the pelvic bones and the spine are the most common bone involvement site. In the bone scan, there were skeletal metastases identified by previous anatomical imaging techniques. There was no statistically significant relationship between bone metastasis and the patient's age, lymph nodes metastasis, hydronephrosis, and muscle-invasive type. In patients with bone metastasis and 8. 7 0. 57 in patients with bone metastasis, and 8. 87 0. 99 in patients without bone metastasis, which was not clinically significant. Conclusions A bare bone scan has higher diagnostic success than conventional imaging techniques for finding bone metastases.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/35414637


Preventative effects of 1-methyl-1,2,3,4-tetrahydroisoquinoline derivatives (N-functional group loading) on MPTP-induced parkinsonism in mice.

We compared the effects of chemically modified 1-MeTIQ derivatives on 1-methyl-4-phenyl-1,2,3,6-tetrahydropyridine-induced PD-like signs in mice in mice in the present study. However, only 1-Me-N-propargyl-TIQ had an inhibitory role in blocking the MPTP-induced decrease in striatal dopamine concentration and the number of n. . . . l tyrosine hydroxylase-positive cells, according to the author. 1-Me-N-propargyl-TIQ and 1-Me-N-butyl-TIQ both potently stopped the MPTP-induced decrease in dopamine transporter expression, according to a Western blot study, although 1-MeTIQ and 1-Me-N-propyl-TIQ did not, whereas 1-Me-N-propargyl-TIQ did not, whereas 1-Me-N-propargyl-Me-Bmn-Me-N-Me-Me-Me-Me-N-N-butyl-TIQ and 1-Me-Me n-Me-Me-Me-Me-Me-Me-Me-Me-N-Me-N-TIQ and 1-Me-N-Me-N-N-Me-N-Me-Me-Me-Me-N-Me-N-Me-TIQ and 1-Me-Me-N-Me-Me-Me-Me Although loading an N-propargyl group on 1-MeTIQ improved neuroprotective outcomes, other N-functional groups' pharmacological characteristics typical of their functional groups differed. These findings show that although loading an N-propargyl group on 1-MeTIQ improved neuroprotective outcomes, other N-functional groups demonstrated distinct pharmacological characteristics typical of their functional groups.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/35413210


Collision-induced dissociation of homodimeric and heterodimeric radical cations of 9-methylguanine and 9-methyl-8-oxoguanine: correlation between intra-base pair proton transfer originating from the N1-H at a Watson-Crick edge and non-statistical dissociation.

The transfer of the base-pair system from the Watson-Crick edge of a proton to a cytosine base pair from the N1-H on the Watson-Crick edge of a proton transfer to a nucleobase is non-statistical separation of the base-pair system is much more popular than that of the conventional base-pair system. Both base-pair radical cations and dissociation product ions and cross sections were used in the collisions of Xe gas under single ion-molecule collision conditions and as a function of the center-of-mass collision energy. Computationally, density functional theory, and coupled cluster theory were used to determine and predict potential base-pair transfers and hydrogen transfer reactions, as well as dynamic simulation analysis to determine the characteristics of dissociation transition states and kinetic factors.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/35403654


Ligand-induced structural transitions combined with paramagnetic ions facilitate unambiguous NMR assignments of methyl groups in large proteins.

We present here an extension of existing state-of-the-art methyl group assignment that partially overcomes signal overlapping and other challenges inherent to isolated methyl groups. Our approach allows for specific NOE restraints in each protein conformer, thanks to proteins' ability to populate two or more conformational states. With the complete assignment of the 199 methyl groups of a MIL pro S V pro S AT methyl-labeled sample of the UDP-glucose pyrophosphorylase enzyme from Leishmania major, we show the process. Leishmaniasis, a neglected disease that kills over 12 million people worldwide, is caused by protozoan parasites of the genus Leishmania. LmUGP is responsible for the de novo biosynthesis of uridine diphosphate-glucose, a precursor to the synthesis of the dense surface glycocalyx involved in parasite survival and infection. LmUGP and related enzymes NMR experiments with LmUGP and related enzymes have the ability to reveal new insights into the host defense mechanisms employed by Leishmania major.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/35397749

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