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Absolute configurations of 9,10-epoxydodecanoic acids biosynthesized by microsomes from Jerusalem artichoke tubers


Absolute configurations of 9,10-epoxydodecanoic acids biosynthesized by microsomes from Jerusalem artichoke tubers



Phytochemistry 1991(6): 1905-1907



ISSN/ISBN: 0031-9422

9Z- and 9E-Dodecenoic acids were epoxidized by a microsome preparation from Jerusalem artichoke tuber to form cis- and trans-epoxydodecanoic acids, respectively. Steric analysis showed that (a) 78% of the cis-9,10-epoxydodecanoic acid had the 9R,10S configuration and 22% had the 9S,10R configuration and that (b) 57% of the trans-9,10-epoxydodecanoic acid had the 9S,10S configuration and 43% had the 9R,10R configuration.

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