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Chemical Compound Review

NONANAL     nonanal

Synonyms: Nonaldehyde, Nonanaldehyde, Nonylaldehyde, n-Nonanal, n-Nonaldehyde, ...
 
 
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Disease relevance of pelargonaldehyde

 

High impact information on pelargonaldehyde

  • The enzyme specifically uses NADPH to reduce a variety of short-chain aldehydes, including nonanal and 4-hydroxy-2-nonenal [3].
  • If the atmosphere is changed from CO/H(2) to H(2) the catalyst system is switched to the hydrogenation mode (Y), which shows a clean and complete hydrogenation of 1-octene and 1-nonanal within 24 h [4].
  • Aldehydes (malondialdehyde, hexanal, heptanal, and nonanal) were measured by liquid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry in all samples and overlapping results were obtained by different sampling procedures [1].
  • Gas chromatography-mass spectral analysis also showed the accumulation of nonanal in sealed reaction vials, accounting for the other product of the acyl chain cleavage reaction [5].
  • Three of them, nonanal, decanal, and hexenyl acetate promoted the development of haustoria on artificial membranes [6].
 

Chemical compound and disease context of pelargonaldehyde

 

Biological context of pelargonaldehyde

 

Anatomical context of pelargonaldehyde

 

Associations of pelargonaldehyde with other chemical compounds

 

Gene context of pelargonaldehyde

  • There was a bell-shaped dose-response curve to the enhancing effects of HNE, depending on the incubation time being recorded after only short periods (< or = 5 min) of the exposure of the cells to HNE; this was not shown by structurally-related aldehydes, such as 2-nonenal and nonanal [18].
 

Analytical, diagnostic and therapeutic context of pelargonaldehyde

  • Five compounds identified by gas chromatography in the headspace of O. stricta elicited responses in olfactory receptor cells of C. cactorum, nonanal being the most active compound and therefore a candidate attractant of C. cactorum [19].

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