endoperoxide


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en·do·per·ox·ide

(en'dō-pĕr-ok'sīd),
A peroxide (-O-O-) group that bridges two atoms that are both parts of a larger molecule.
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1975) Thromboxanes: a new group of biologically active compounds derived from prostaglandin endoperoxides.
Therefore, in vitro drug pressure only with artemisinin selects for enhanced survival rates to endoperoxides, quinolines, and an antifolate.
Effects of progesterone and estradiol on prostaglandin endoperoxide synthase in ovine endometrial tissue.
Aspirin inhibition and acetylation of the plant cytochrome P450, allene oxide synthase, resembles that of animal prostaglandin endoperoxide H synthase.
Differential inhibition of prostaglandin endoperoxide synthase (cyclooxygenase) isozymes by aspirin and other non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs.
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The aspirin and heme-binding sites of ovine and murine prostaglandin endoperoxide synthases.
Artemisinin, an endoperoxide antimalarial, disrupts the hemoglobin catabolism and heme detoxification systems in malarial parasite.
The effect of the molecule, which not only targets malaria but possibly also other infections and even breast cancer, is due to, among other things, a very reactive chemical group formed by two neighbouring oxygen atoms - which chemists refer to as an endoperoxide.
In vitro inhibition and stimulation of purified prostaglandin endoperoxide synthase by flavonoids: Structure-activity relationship.