quinazolines

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quin·a·zol·ines

(kwin'a-zōl'ēnz),
A class of alkaloids that are derived biosynthetically from anthranilic acid.
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Sun Chemical has added pigments to our portfolio to support the efforts, including: Fanchon Orange 67, an opaque and brilliant pyrazolo quinazoline orange pigment for powder, solvent and waterborne coatings; Sunbrite Red 168, an anthanthrone mid shade red having the best lightfastness of red organic pigments, useful for coil, architectural, farm and implement and Sunbrite Red 177, an aminoanthraquinone, having exceptional heat and lightfastness that has been quickly adopted for critical applications requiring those attributes.
New pyrimido [2,1-b] benzothiazole and benzothiazolo[2,3-b] quinazoline derivatives have been synthesized and tested for their antitumor and antiviral activities by el-Sherbeny [21].
Identification of a quinazoline alkaloid produced by Penicillium vinaceum, an endophytic fungus from Crocus sativus.
Song, Molecular Modeling Studies of 4,5-dihydro-1H-pyralozo[4,3-h] Quinazoline Derivatives as Potent CDK2/cycli A Inhibitors using 3D-QSAR and Docking, Int.
3 Hz) was assigned to the deshielded fragrant proton in the peri-position to the carbonyl group of a quinazoline system.
Results: As suggested by this review, even though the three first-generation EGFR-TKIs share the quinazoline structure, erlotinib had the strongest apoptosis induction activity because of its use of a different side-chain.
The entry 2h8h, SRC kinase in complex with a quinazoline inhibitor, the resolution 2.
Ophiuroidine, the first indolo [2,1-b] quinazoline alkaloid from the Caribbean brittle star Ophiocoma riisei.
Tyrosine kinase inhibitors, 15: 4-(phenylamino) quinazoline and 4-(phenylamino)pyrido[d]pyrimidine acrylamides as irreversible inhibitors of the ATP binding site of the epidermal growth factor receptor.
The inventors disclosed many compounds with anti-allergic effects including oligode-oxynucleoside, antihistamines, leukotriene antagonists, mast cell stabilizers, immunomodulators, anti-IgE agents, a ligand of Vit D receptor, an antimicrobial agent, a quinazoline derivative or an antibody that inhibits the activity of TLR.
59) Some synthetic quinazoline analogues were [beta]-glucosidase inhibitors with chaperone activity.
Docking studies have shown that six quinazoline alkaloids present in the plant (vasicoline, vasicolinone, vasicinone, vasicine, adhatodine and anisotine) can be good inhibitors of Mycobacterium tuberculosis, the causative organism for tuberculosis [25].