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hy·dra·zone

(hī'dră-zōn),
A substance derived from aldehydes and ketones by reaction with hydrazine or a hydrazine derivative to give the grouping R'R"C=N-NHR.
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Peoples, Isonicotinyl hydrazones as antitubercular agents and derivatives for identification of aldehydes and ketones, J.
A solution of synthesized sugar hydrazones 7a-d (10 mmole) in pyridine (10 ml) was allowed to react with acetic anhydride (0.06 mole) at room temperature with stirring for overnight.
Dharmaraj, "Synthesis of novel heterobimetallic copper(I) hydrazone Schiff base complexes: a comparative study on the effect of heterocyclic hydrazides towards interaction with DNA/protein, free radical scavenging and cytotoxicity," Metallomics, vol.
The synthesis of the hydrazones containing quinoline heterocycles was performed following the steps shown in Scheme 1.
Also the metal complexes of hydrazones are proved to be the best luminescent probes (6), nonlinear optics, catalysts (7) and molecular sensors (8) etc.
It usually refers to a process that forms reactive ketones or aldehydes that can be reacted by 2,4-dinitrophenylhydrazine (DNPH) to form hydrazones. (26) Oxidative modification of proteins is known to affect protein function.
Kubicki, "Synthesis and crystal structures of two new Schiff base hydrazones derived from biphenyl-4-carbohydrazide," Journal of Chemical Crystallography, vol.
Hydrazones was reported to possess antimicrobial [11], antitubercular [12, 13], anticonvulsant [14], analgesic [15], anti-inflammatory [16], antiplatelet [17], anticancer [18, 19], antifungal [20], antiviral [21], antitumoral [22, 23], antibacterial [24] and antimalarial [25] activities.
4, 6-diacetylresorcinol in heterocyclic synthesis Part I: Vilsmeier-Haack reactions of 4, 6 diacetylresorcinol and its Schiff bases and hydrazones to construct of new linearly and angularly substituted pyrano[3, 2-g]chromenes.