cyclopentane

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cy·clo·pen·tane

(sī'klō-pen'tān),
A closed ring hydrocarbon containing five carbon atoms, isomeric with pentene.
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and Casserly, E.W., "Lubricants Comprising Novel Cyclopentanes, Cyclopentadienes, Cyclopentenes, and Mixtures Thereof and Methods of Manufacture, US 4, 929, 782, 1990.
Seven drugs have received approval for the treatment of Chronic HBV infection including interferon alpha, pegylated interferon-alpha and the nucleoside analogues (NUCs) which belong to one of the three structural groups L-Nucleosides (Lamivudine (LMV) and Telbuvidine (LDT)), Alkyl phosphates (Adefovir Dipivoxil (ADF) and Tenefovir Dipivoxil Fumarate(TDF) and D- Cyclopentanes (Entecavir (ETV) Telbuvidine (LDT) is a novel orally administered nucleoside analogue for the use in the treatment of chronic HBV infection.
Substituted cyclopentanes and cyclopentanones are frequently essential parts, starting materials, or intermediates for a number of bioactive compounds (for some recent examples see [1-3]).