18) Therefore, in this study, we investigated methods to improve the surface properties of the cured alicyclic epoxy resin and its coatings by modification with a reactive copolymer which has both a cyclohexene-oxide group and perfluoroalkyl moiety on the branched side chains
All DMA results indicated that the larger the side chain
content of the graft polymer, the better its compati-bilization.
To address this issue, we specifically designed four side chain
analogues 14, 15, 18a and 18b, in which the conformation of the 6,8-diene moiety was modified without changing the molecular size or the chemical properties of 1 (Fig.
Lookup is used to build local models of side chains
attached to each C[alpha] atom using case-based reasoning and nearest neighbor learning.
Many other studies have suggested that cross-reactive immune responses to cephalosporins depend on side chain
structure; (22,23,27,32,37,38,44-49) that is, cephalosporins with a 7-position side chain
similar to benzylpenicillin are more likely to cross-react with penicillin (TABLE 2).
However, even within groups with related side chains
, the risk that a patient with a history of sensitivity to one drug will have a reaction to another is still no more than 0.
2]Lys82 forms a hydrogen bond with side chain
As coffee beans, tea leaves, and Kola nuts grow, they add three methyl (CH3) groups as side chains
to the Xanthine backbone and store this caffeine to ward off animal predators.
The presentation in Norway was entitled, "Analysis of Side Chain
Lengths of Branched -1,3-Glucans by Alkaline Degradation.
A new rearrangement of the side chain
-- Biological activity of side chain
In the polyimidc fibers containing biphenyl mesogenic side-groups with six methylene spacers, we discovered that biphenyl side chain
could be parallel to backbone via methylene spacer bending and together align orientation-ally and crystallize under tensile stress.
The process has the following steps: mixing a polymer compound that has, in a side chain
, a group represented by the formula -(OX)n-E2-R, wherein X represents a C1 to C6 linear or branched divalent saturated hydrocarbon group, n is a number of 5 to 300, Xs whose number is n may be the same as or different from one another, E2 represents an ether linkage (--O--) or an ester linkage (--OCO--or--COO--), and R represents a C4 to C30 linear or branched hydrocarbon group which may be substituted with a hydroxy group; a water-soluble polyol; a nonionic surfactant; a hydrophobic compound and water; then diluting the resulting mixture with water, so that the average emulsion particle diameter of the emulsion in the oil-in-water emulsion is 0.