chromene


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chro·mene

(krō'mēn),
2H-1-benzopyran; fundamental unit of the tocopherolquinones.
See also: chroman, chromanol, chromenol.
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1), a potent phytoestrogenic compound, is a chromene derivative with a chemical structure similar to estradiol.
Miroestrol is a chromene derivative with a chemical structure similar to an estrogenic hormone, estradiol (Terenius 1968) and is reported to exhibit an estrogenic-like effect through binding to intracellular estrogen receptor a (ER-[alpha]) and ER-[beta], which function as ligand-activated transcription factors (Matsumura et al.
Chromene derivatives exhibiting antimicrobial [16], antihypertensive and antioxidant [17] activities have also been reported.
The condensation of 1 with diethylmalonate in boiling benzene in the presence of diethyl sodio-malonate as basic condensing agent afforded the chromene derivative (10).
pyrone type, chromene, diketone, or quinone groups) and delocalised [pi]-electrons of the basal planes are assumed to have a basic nature (Contescu et al.
The cyclization of the C-2 prenyl group of [alpha]-mangostin to the C-2 and C-3 substituted chromene ring as seen in mangostanol and 3-isomangostin significantly reduced the AChE (p < 0.
Maxim's Director, Cell Biology, reported the results of preclinical testing of MX116407 in a presentation titled "Discovery of a Novel Substituted Chromene Series as Apoptosis Inducers with Anti-Mitotic and Anti-Vasculature Activities.
Three highly oxygenated chromene derivatives, oxi-rapentyns B (56), C (57) and D (58) were isolated from the lipophilic extract of marine-derived fungus Isaria felina KMM 4639 (Smetanina et al.
A new antifungal chromene and a related dichromene from Hypericum revolutum.
Decosterd L, Stoeckli-Evan H, Msonthi JD, Hostettmann K (1986) A new antifungal chromene and a related dichromene from Hypericum revolutum.
The chromenes could be responsible for the antiproliferative activity of both these fractions.