heterocyclic compound

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Noun1.heterocyclic compound - a compound containing a heterocyclic ring
chelate, chelate compound - a heterocyclic compound having a metal ion attached by coordinate bonds to at least two nonmetal ions
chemical compound, compound - (chemistry) a substance formed by chemical union of two or more elements or ingredients in definite proportion by weight
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Pyranopyrimidine is a heterocyclic compound which is formed from a pyrano ring with pyrimidine .
Bioactive heterocyclic compound classes; agrochemicals.
The word, chelate (of a heterocyclic compound having a central metallic ion attached by covalent bonds), was their downfall.
However, with the shift in Trega's combinatorial chemistry program from mixture-based peptide libraries to single-based heterocyclic compound arrays, both organizations believe that it is in our best interests to focus our respective resources in areas consistent with our research philosophies.
Professor Don Abraham of VCU says that "the five membered heterocyclic compound (5-HMF) is the best potential antisickling agent in 30 years research to be discovered by our research group.
Sepracor also has been working for more than a year on developing technology specifically useful for the creation of novel, drug-like heterocyclic compound libraries of complex molecules that are rich in chirality and has licensed this work to Versicor.
Tenders are invited for Lactones, neog, heterocyclic compounds only hetero-atom (s) of nitrogen with the structure noncondensable pirazynove ring, pyrimidine ring or ring piperazolne phenothiazine ring system not further condensation; hydantoin and its derivatives; sulphonamides
At the same time, Bulgariaas top import items from India include heterocyclic compounds with nitrogen hetero-atom(s) only (17,4% of the total import) and raw tobacco (5.
Benzo[cicinnoline and its derivatives are important heterocyclic compounds with antirheumatoid, as well as antimitotic properties.
Such compounds includes aliphatic hydrocarbons, aldehydes, alcohols, ketones, esters, carboxylic acids, some aromatic hydrocarbons (Figure 1), and oxygenated heterocyclic compounds such as lactones and alkylfurans (Mottram, 1998).
Heterocyclic Compounds (FCHC) devoted a special issue for honoring the