aminoquinoline


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aminoquinoline

 [ah-me″no-kwin´o-lēn]
a heterocyclic compound derived from quinoline by the addition of an amino group; the 4-aminoquinoline and 8-aminoquinoline derivatives are groups of antimalarial agents.

aminoquinoline

/ami·no·quin·o·line/ (ah-me″no-kwin´o-lēn) a heterocyclic compound derived from quinoline by the addition of an amino group; the 4-aminoquinoline and 8-aminoquinoline derivatives constitute classes of antimalarials.
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Franks noted that the aminoquinoline antimalarials represent first-line oral therapy.
We plan to develop new caged neuroactive amino acids based on Laport symmetry-allowed aminoquinoline constructs with large two-photon cross-sections, high water solubility and minimal pharmacological interference.
Studies of complex formation between the bromophenol blue and some important aminoquinoline antimalarials.
Antimalarial drug resistance has spread and intensified over the last 15-20 years, leading to a dramatic decline in the efficacy of most antimalarial drugs including aminoquinolines, halofantrine, sulfadoxine-pyrimehtamine etc [6,10,76,50,55].
APT's patented technology is based on targeted administration of aminoquinolines to inflamed tissues.
Of the remaining compound class, spirotetrahydro-beta-carbolines or spiroindolones have favorable physical and chemical properties for drug development as well as a mechanism of action distinct from the currently used therapies based on aminoquinolines and artemisinin derivatives," he added.