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End-capped HyBeacon probes for the analysis of human genetic polymorphisms related to warfarin metabolism

14-Apr-2010 | Nouha Ben Gaied; James A. Richardson; Daniel G. Singleton; Zhengyun Zhao; David French; Tom Brown, Organic & Biomolecular Chemistry, 2010

Nouha Ben Gaied, James A. Richardson, Daniel G. Singleton, Zhengyun Zhao, David French, Tom Brown (Paper from Org. Biomol. Chem.) Nouha Ben Gaied, Org. Biomol. Chem., 2010, DOI: 10.1039/c001177k To cite this article before page numbers are assigned, use the DOI form of citation above. The ...


Spectroscopic and Theoretical Study on Isomerism, Prototautomerism, and Acid Dissociation Constants of 2-Hydroxy-3-(3-oxo-1-phenylbutyl)chromen-4-one

08-Apr-2010 | Cemil Öğretir; Sinem Aydemir; Murat Duran; M. Selami Kılıçkaya, Journal of Chemical & Engineering Data, 2010

The prototropic, tautomeric, and ionization equilibria of all of the structures of 2-hydroxy-3-(3-oxo-1-phenylbutyl)chromen-4-one (warfarin) were studied experimentally and theoretically. The structure elucidation and acidity constant determination along with the tautomeric equilibrium constants ...


Synthesis and Biological Activity of 4‐Hydroxy‐3‐(1,5‐diaryl‐3‐ oxo‐pent‐4‐enyl)chromen‐2‐ones

01-Apr-2010 | Jadhav, Mohan R.; Shinde, Devanand B., Chinese Journal of Chemistry, 2010

The substituted warfarin acid chalcones have been prepared by condensation of warfarin acid and aromatic/aliphatic aldehyde using aq. NaOH as catalyst. The method is simple, cost-effective and gives good yield in a short reaction time. All the compounds synthesized have been characterized by IR, ...


Warfarin: history, tautomerism and activity

29-Mar-2010 | William R. Porter, Journal of Computer-Aided Materials Design, 2010

The anticoagulant drug warfarin, normally administered as the racemate, can exist in solution in potentially as many as 40 topologically distinct tautomeric forms. Only 11 of these forms for each enantiomer can be distinguished by selected computational software commonly used to estimate ...


Allostery in a monomeric protein: The case of human serum albumin

08-Mar-2010 | Paolo, Ascenzi , Mauro, Fasano, Biophysical Chemistry, 2010

Human serum albumin (HSA), the most prominent protein in plasma, binds different classes of ligands at multiple sites. The globular domain structural organization of monomeric HSA is at the root of its allosteric properties which are reminiscent of those of multimeric proteins. Here, both ...


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