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Unformatted text preview: Chem 239 - I W . Final Name: Spn'ng 2007 ‘- Name the following compounds: I (A) no O“- ' L FBI 4 v _, ‘ , _ m" \F o‘wW H H (B) ' y ‘ _ cu — NH» CMCWPH ' ' ' N” low/mirarawmwwu . x (0)" .. 4’19WW’Lf-cMo/m .0?) Q] H . (E) S: 3' 0 $41 \ C/\V r‘CH \ COO“ Wmfiahmim/ I (G) (1). Ho ' '(L) (o) .. a; C! I ma» +3 ‘. ” 1' I” lib?) 0:51,) { ' . ' (L Cs 1‘3 6 SJMOfiO '- . _ I" I ",3’c00" gramme, — / I . ' . - PrOpose an efficient, reliable synthesis strategy tostatt with compound (A) and to make compound (B). Be certain to show the reagents to be used and the product of each intermediate reaction. _ CH3 go \ cu, e *CHiBw ‘ 1. irmwzw .a‘figo « // ’ (‘1 P/ ' C’\ _ CH; ’33“? Describe the missing reagents necessary fo'f the fdllowi'ng reactions: » (A). ' ._-_’ ' " -v <: .ct . _ (B) , (C) 1’ - .(E) .. _ 01/ i. *1 ‘0.” "ad _, )(‘4 I , _ . "2(6) 1(1) \0 .l‘ ' / C\V0“" CH; \C/ \C‘Ht‘ V ‘ . is CH 0" ‘HL 0. angular—3 6*} no! -—’ " ‘ align/Dz, (Md) —’ "‘ _ O H of/ - CH / C ? 7 . . ' .Write out’ihe- sanctum of the following micromolep'ules: V (A) NHL 4» A ’1'?” 4 <§C . o.»- FM,“ 3%. «MCK . I’ ' NAME the-following biologically important molecules‘AND 2/ , Draw the structure of its one immediate metabolic precursor: (A) O. [\c-cuacukcHR-uéfig ' 1c, WCL 90 {a Q—mewbwww OWNL) % w 2:2: (“9 /0”OA9V J: l _ O . we A v ~CooQ , (B) CH3 _ I , _ . O: ‘ . age/0001+: I “o o .' I . ‘ ’r 3 - 00c WMZ" (C) “0 /~\ C“.l_ C‘_\,\-C\Oe [Li ' NH} T 6 ' / \ I. .. '4. ~9 “0 , aha (ff 000 $12) 0” CH3 Amino acid metabolism often uses enzymes with pyridoxal 5’-phosphate as a cofactor 0 C (see structure) Using Glutamic acid as a starting material, describe how a common intermediate involving this cofactor can partition towards decarboxylation on one enzyme (Glutamate .decarboxylase) or towards transammation on a different enzyme bast- ‘5 (Glutamate—pyruvate transaminase). 0 \H a H a ‘ ’1 «i ’ I ' t l‘ C/ ‘ as \ ' i’nfiomkwm oc- “(limb 0/ o 9 N mic-10“ MM Hm gim’i' A {we ,ty H x at in "$7 adv 6‘10“ 0 '3 D \\9 0’5 0 ,. DAWD ,Cpa. / :3” \a); ‘v/{cw I a l\ 3 A n H \c/N ' A ‘ v \o,\\‘ H . \ (0 H ‘1 MO WV ’\ d'h‘oj‘wflflz 40d 9% 'l' U. '1. air/N 2’ '* V9 “W6 (men ’03 0051' \ 01" 0 ‘3 ' “g1: oOhVK/D“ 9 :J{ \ d -OAMWL ) / J‘% 4 -o))\ahpuycligfi“} \ MAO": \7: to . Edged primarily" on what you hays: learned this quarter, propose an efiiéicht, reliable Synthesis strategy starting with-compound (A) and to make compound (B). I Be certain to show the reagents to be used and the product of each intennediate reaction; ...
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This test prep was uploaded on 04/15/2008 for the course CHEM 239 taught by Professor Sasaki during the Spring '06 term at University of Washington.

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