semicarbazone

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semicarbazone

(ˌsɛmɪˈkɑːbəˌzəʊn)
n
a product that occurs as a result of aldehyde or ketone reacting with semicarbazide
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Design, synthesis and biological evaluation of thiosemicarbazones, hydrazinobenzothiazoles and arylhydrazones as anticancer agents with a potential to overcome multidrug resistance.
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Thiosemicarbazones have been listed as compounds of multiple biological actions, including antimalarial activity [1-5].
1-5% mole palladium species has commonly been used in homogenous system with palladium being generated by [Pd.sup.2+] salts with ligands such as [Cl.sup.-], P[Ph.sub.3], dba, N-heterocyclic carbenes [5, 6], phosphorus and/or oxygen based ligands [1, 7], thiosemicarbazones [7], and bis(thio)urea ligands [8] in the presence of organic and/or inorganic bases for neutralization of the reaction.
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