AMIDE


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These results can further be used for designing and synthesis carboxylic acid amide fungicides, so that more bioactive compounds or bioactive lead compounds can be discovered.
There are several bands that can be assigned to aliphatic polyamide sequences and other specific to polyester component of polyesteramide copolymers, namely to amide, ester and aliphatic units.
([cm.sup.-1]): 3323 (O-H and N-H), 1726 (amide C=O), 1645 (carboxylic acid C=O), 1223 (Ar-F).
Additionally, the STELLUX[R] Active GLP-1 (7-36) amide ELISA is highly specific with 100% cross-reactivity to GLP-1 (7-36) amide, and does not cross-react with other proglucagon derived fragments such as glucagon and oxyntomodulin.
Characterization of Carboxylic and Amide Functionalization of CNT.
IR (KBr, [cm.sup.-1]): 3312 (NH), 1740 (COOH), 1649 (amide I), 1500 (amide II).
Caption: FIGURE 2: Variation of corrosion rate determined by RPL (real-time monitoring) versus time for API X-70 steel exposed to 3.5% NaCl solution saturated with C[O.sub.2] at different concentrations of fatty amide: (a) 30[degrees]C, (b) 50[degrees]C, and (c) 70[degrees]C.
The observed shifts to lower wavenumbers of the carbonyl absorption in 2-pyrrolidone resulting from its interactions with [C.sub.60] could suggest that its interaction with the [C.sub.60] occurs through the lone-pair electrons of the oxygen part of its amide structure.
It is shown that the addition of the AuNPs at concentrations of 9 [micro]g/ml under conditions of adipogenic differentiation to MSCs of the bone marrow leads to the formation of the Amide I shoulder in the region of 1617-1630 [cm.sup.-1] [31, 32], increasing lipid content; appearance of intensive peak at 1740 [cm.sup.-1], which is usually associated with the non-hydrogen-bonded ester carbonyl C=O stretching mode within phospholipids; and increasing the shoulder at ~1725 [cm.sup.-1] which is associated with hydrogen-bonded C=O groups.
The protein IR spectrum showed two salient features, i.e., the amide I (1,700 to 1,600 [cm.sup.-1]) and amide II (1,600 to 1,500 [cm.sup.-1]) bands (Figure 1).
Amide proton transfer imaging was based on a single-shot, turbo-spin-echo readout, with the following parameters: repetition time 3000 ms, turbo-spin-echo factor 54, field of view 230 mm x 220 mm, matrix 105 x 100; slice thickness 5 mm.
Deshpande developed polymers with allylic or benzylic amide groups covalently bonded to the polymer molecules.