Free Radicals in Biology by William Pryor (Eds.)

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A. Veldink experiment. The positional isomers of methyl esters of the hydroxy fatty acids are separated by high pressure liquid chromatography (HPLC) and then subjected to a chiral derivatization to form diastereomeric a-methoxy-a-trifluoromethylphenyl acetate esters. A determination of the dias­ tereomeric composition can be performed with lanthanide shift reagents like Eu(fod) 3 and Pr(fod) 3 (Fig. 2, Scheme 2). linoleic acid Incubaéχon • hydroperoxyd i eno i c aci ds hydroxydienoic acids hydroxydienoates 13-hydroxy 13-MTPA esters 13-L .

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