In general, allergic reactions to amino esters are much more common than amino amides
the group —NH 2 , present in amino acids, amides, and many amines.
designating or containing the group —NH 2.
They are composed of fatty acids bonded to the 'amino' alcohol sphingosine.
Natural proteins are made up of alpha-amino acids, which have a carboxyl group and an 'amino' group separated by one carbon atom.
There have been numerous reports of abnormal accumulations of 'amino' compounds and amines in tissues of nutrient-deficient plants.
In general, allergic reactions to amino esters are much more common than 'amino' amides
From this ensemble, the mean position of the side-chain 'amino' group or the two carboxyl oxygens were determined.
isocyanic acid reacts with 'amino' groups
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