amidine


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am·i·dine

(am'i-dēn),
The monovalent radical -C(NH)-NH2.

amidine

/am·i·dine/ (am´ĭ-dēn) any compound containing the amidino (—C(dbondNH)—NH2) group.

am·i·dine

(am'i-dēn)
The monovalent radical -C(NH)-NH2.
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These amidines are electrically neutral in undisturbed water, but when carbon dioxide bubbles through, the compounds transform into amidinium bicarbonate salts that act as surfactants.
Moreover, he says that the new amidines may be toxic to aquatic organisms.
1998) Drugs and the Law in New Zealand, Amidine Publications, Dunedin.
Hourdiyenco, also known as Alex Amidine and Aleksandr Vetrov, faces charges of keeping a brothel in Westgate Road, controlling prostitution for gain and trafficking.
2] on one of the two outer backbone carbon atoms of dimethyl pimelimidate produces a tetrahedral intermediate that splits into the amidine link and methanol.
announced today that the United States Patent and Trademark Office (patent 6635668) and Australian patent office, IP Australia (patent 766814), have issued patents on a class of dicationic compounds known as aromatic amidine compounds that target Imidazoline receptors in the brain and other organs in the body.
Radicals of this type can be prepared by reduction of the corresponding cations, which can be made by a variety of routes, the most versatile of which involves the condensation of a per-silylated amidine with S|Cl.
Immtech's licensed library of aromatic amidine compounds shows high selectivity and affinity for Imidazoline receptors, which are generating substantial interest as targets for new drug development.
This patent complements and extends the Company's patent estate, covering the structure and uses of various aryl amidine molecules with broad-based anti-microbial activity.
It has been known for some time that amidine and guanidine derivatives will inhibit C-mediated hemolysis (i.