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macrocyclic

(mak″rō-sik′lik) [ macro- + cyclic]
Composed of two or more linked, ring-shaped chemical structures.
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US-based macrocycle therapeutics developer Circle Pharma, Inc.
When quantifying the TRIMP methods during seven macrocycles, the TRED and TRBA methods present means of 396 [+ or -] 127 AU and 179 [+ or -] 59 AU, respectively (Table 3).
The nitrogen donor atoms in the macrocycles prefer to moderate soft metal cations such as Mn2+ Zn2+ Co2+ and Cu2+ in complexation according to the concept of hard-soft acid base(HSAB) [26].
A scheme of the dimers is shown in Figure 2; it highlights the bond that controls macrocycle assembly.
Porphyrins are one of the most important functional molecules, which are planar polypyrrole macrocycle with an 18: distinct aromatic character.
Mallik, "Simple synthesis of a new family of 22- to 28-membered macrocycles containing two chalcone moieties," Arkivoc, vol.
Donor effect on supramolecular structures of silver(I) perchlorate complexes of macrocycles with 02S2X (X = S, 0 and NH) donor sets.
The collaboration, established in December 2009, utilized Trartzyme's chemistry technology, Macrocyclic Template Chemistry (MATCH), for the discovery of novel active macrocycles against a range of biological targets with high potency and selectivity, as well as high oral availability, good tissue and cell permeability.
They are a versatile class of macrocycles, which have been subject to extensive researches and extractions [42, 43], stationary phases [44], transporters [45] and optical and electrochemical sensors [46] over the past years.
According to the company, DIFICID is the first in a new class of antibiotics called macrocycles.
Four transgressive-regressive macrocycles (= sequences) have been described for the northern Baltic Ordovician succession (Nestor & Einasto 1997).