chromene


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chromene

(ˈkrəʊmiːn)
n
a compound derived from plants, used as an insecticide
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A greater molecular diversity was identified in F4, including blue-reactive phenolic compound eugenol and hydroxy chromene (Table 1).
Abbas, Novel 4(3H)-Quinazolinones Containing Biologically Active Thiazole, Pyridinone and Chromene of Expected Antitumor and Antifungal Activities.
Flavonoids, terpenoids, saponins, hexoses, organic acids, caffeic acid derivatives, chromene, and myoinositol are the other phytocompounds present in O.
Sarothralen A and B (21) and saroaspidin A, B, and C were studied for antibiotic effect (22), chromene for antifungal effect (23), and hypericin and pseudohypericin (24, 25) for antiretroviral activity.
Taking into consideration the previously reported tyrosine kinases (CDK2) inhibitory activity of the structurally related chromene anticancer agents genistein [34] and quercetin [35], we docked the synthesized compounds in CDK2 active site.
Chemical constituents: The fruits contain rottlerin, isorottlerin, kamalins I and II, and cinnamoylchromene and flavone chromene. The leaves contain phorbic acid, tannins, and protein.
Pereira-Wilson, "Novel structurally similar chromene derivatives with opposing effects on p53 and apoptosis mechanisms in colorectal HCT116 cancer cells," European Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences, vol.
Presence of surface functional groups such as carboxyl, lactone, phenol, carbonyl, ether, pyrone and chromene gives activated carbon an acid-base character (Rodriguez-Reinoso and Molina-Sabio, 1998).
1), a potent phytoestrogenic compound, is a chromene derivative with a chemical structure similar to estradiol.
This absorption band is assigned to [pi]-[[pi].sup.*] transitions of chromene and indoline rings.
Chromene derivatives exhibiting antimicrobial [16], antihypertensive and antioxidant [17] activities have also been reported.