enamine


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e·na·mine

 (ē′nə-mēn′, ĕn′ə-, ĭ-năm′ēn)
n.
An organic compound containing an amine group bonded to a carbon atom, which in turn is doubly bonded to another carbon atom.

[en-, chemically unsaturated (from -ene) + -amine.]

enamine

(ɪnˈeɪmiːn)
n
(Chemistry) a type of unsaturated compound
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Noun1.enamine - an amine containing the double bond linkage -C=C-N-
amine, aminoalkane - a compound derived from ammonia by replacing hydrogen atoms by univalent hydrocarbon radicals
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Ukrainian chemical company Enamine Ltd has agreed to expand its collaboration in early drug discovery with Swiss biopharmaceutical company Actelion Pharmaceuticals, the company said.
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4] catalyst [21-23] or by condensation of anions of enamine phosphine oxides with aldehydes or ketones in THF [24].
Compound 3 is of interest because the exocyclic double bond is part enamine, part vinyl ether, part diene and part |A, |A-unsaturated ketone simultaneously.
Tokyo, Japan, May 19, 2006 - (JCN) - Carna Biosciences has concluded a joint research agreement with Ukrainian pharmaceutical company Enamine.
It is now believed that the interconversion actually occurs by tautomerization of an enamine intermediate formed during the transamination of t-(+)-isoleucine (17-19).
Alternatively or additionally, the Michael donor contains beta-ketoamide, enamine carboxylate, enamine amide, pyrazolone, isoxazolone, hydantoin, rhodanine, thio-substituted unsaturated ester, thio-substituted lactone or phosphonite or phosphinite ester groups.
The steroidal enamine lactam intermediates used as starting materials were prepared as we first described in 1958.
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