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Epoxidation of alkenes with peracids: biological significance

In the animal organism, epoxidation is used to break down condensed aromatic hydrocarbons.

With the enzyme cytochrome P-450, e.g. benzo [a] pyrene is converted into a diepoxide in the liver. A strong carcinogenic effect is ascribed to this epoxide.



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