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ed. by Textile Institute and the Soc. of Dyers & colourists
出版情報: Manchester : Textile Institute and the Soc. of Dyers & colourists, 1949-  v. ; 21 cm
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Gilman, Henry ; Blatt, Albert Harold, 1903- ; Horning, E. C. (Evan C.) ; Rabjohn, Norman ; Noland, Wayland E. ; Baumgarten, Henry E. ; Freeman, Jeremiah P.
出版情報: New York ; Chichester : John Wiley & Sons, 1932-  v. ; 24 cm
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Partial table of contents
Reductive Coupling of Carbonyls to Alkenes: Adamantylideneadamantane
Reduction of Quinones with Hydriodic Acid: Benz[a]anthracene
Conversion of Ketones to Cyanohydrins: Benzophenone Cyanohydrin
Oxidation of 5-Aminotetrazoles: Benzyl Isocyanide
Cyclobutanone
Cyclobutene
Anodic Oxidation of Acids: Dimethyl Decanedioate
Diphenyl Phosphorazidate
Hexafluoroacetone
Hexamethyl Dewar Benzene
Methyl Diformylacetate
Preparation of Low-Halide Methyllithium
2-Nitropropene
Cyanic Acid Esters from Phenols: Phenyl Cyanate
Ricinelaidic Acid Lactone
Trifluoroacetyl Triflate
Type of Reaction
Index
Type of Compound
Formula
Author Index
General Index
Hazard
Concordance
[The numbers in parentheses refer to the annual volume (in boldface type) and page number where each procedure first appeared]Acylamidoalkyl Acetophenones from Substituted Phenethylamines: 2-(2-Acetamidoethyl)-4,5-dimethoxyacetophenone ... (56, 3)
Thiol Protection with the Acetamidomethyl Group: S-Acetamidomethyl-l-cysteine Hydrochloride ... (59, 190)
Acetic Formic Anhydride ... (50, 1)
Acetone Hydrazone ... (50, 3)
Preparation of Hydrazones: Acetophenone Hydrazone ... (50, 102)
3beta;-Acetoxy-5alpha;-cyanocholestan-7-one ... (52, 100)
p-Acetyl-alpha;-bromohydrocinnamic Acid ... (51, 1)
alpha;,beta;-Dehydrogenation of beta;-Dicarbonyl Compounds by Selenoxide Elimination: 2-Acetyl-2-cyclohexen-1-one ... (59, 58)
2-Acetyl-1,3-cyclopentanedione ... (52, 1)3-Acetyl-2,4-dimethylfuran ... (53, 1)
2-Acetyl-6-methoxynaphthalene ... (53, 5)
Copper Catalyzed Arylation of beta;-Dicarbonyl Compounds: 2-(1-Acetyl-2-oxopropyl)
Benzoic Acid ... (58, 52)
5-Acetyl- 1,2,3,4,5-pentamethylcyclopentadiene ... (56, 1)
2-Adamantanecarbonitrile ... (57, 8)
Tertiary Alcohols from Hydrocarbons by Ozonation on Silica Gel: 1-Adamantanol ... (59, 176)
Adamantanone ... (53, 8)
Enone Reduction-Enolate Alkylation Sequence: 2-Allyl-3-methylcyclohexanone ... (56, 52)
Preparation of N-Aminoaziridines: trans-1-Amino-2,3-diphenylaziridine, 1-Amino-2-phenylaziridine, and 1-Amino-2-phenylaziridinium Acetate ... (55, 114)
Reduction of Ketones by Use of the Tosylhydrazone Derivatives: Androstan-17beta;-Ol ... (52, 122)
Aldehydes from 4,4-Dimethyl-2-oxazoline and Grignard Reagents: o-Anisaldehyde ... (54, 42)[18]
Annulene ... (54, 1)
Azetidine ... (53, 13)
Azoethane ... (52, 11)
Diels-Alder Addition of Perchlorobenzyne: Benzobarrelene ... (59, 71)
Benzocyclopropene ... (55, 12)
alpha;-Chlorination of Carboxylic Acids Mediated by Chlorosulfonic Acid: phis;-Benzoylamino-alpha;-chlorocaproic Acid ... (59, 20)
1-N-Acylamino-1,3-dienes from 2,4-pentadienoic Acids by the Curtius Rearrangement: Benzyl trans-1,3-Butadiene-1-carbamate ... (59, 1)
Benzyl Chloromethyl Ether ... (52, 16)
1-Benzylindole ... (54, 58)
N-Alkylindoles from the Alkylation of Sodium Indolide in Hexamethylphosphoric Triamide: 1-Benzylindole ... (54, 60)
3-Alkylated and 3-Acylated Indoles from a Common Precursor: 3-Benzylindole and 3-Benzoylindole ... (56, 8)
Alkylation of Isoquinolines via 2-Benzoyl-1,2-dihydroisoquinaldonitriles: 1-Benzylisoquinoline ... (56, 19)
The Formation and Alkylation of Specific Enolate Anions from an Unsymmetrical Ketone: 2-Benzyl-2-methylcyclohexanone and 2-Benzyl-6-methylcyclohexanone ... (52, 39)
Sulfide Synthesis: Benzyl Sulfide ... (58, 138)
Bicyclo[1.1.0]butane ... (51, 55)
Boranes in Functionalization of Dienes to Cyclic Ketones: Bicyclo[3.3.1]nonan-9-one ... (58, 24)
Bicyclo[3.2.1]octan-3-one ... (51, 60)
Bicyclo[2.1.0]pent-2-ene ... (55, 15)
Dehydroxylation of Phenols; Hydrogenolysis of Phenolic Ethers: Biphenyl ... (51, 82)
Controlled-Potential Electrolytic Reduction: 1,1-Bis(bromomethyl)cyclopropane ... (52, 22)
Bis(trifluoromethyl)diazomethane ... (50, 6)
Bis[2,2,2-trifluoro-1-phenyl-1-(trifluoromethyl)ethoxy] Diphenyl Sulfurane ... (57, 22)
Acyloin Condensation in which Chlorotrimethylsilane is Used as a Trapping Agent: 1,2-Bis(trimethylsilyloxy)cyclobutene and 2-Hydroxycyclobutanone ... (57, 1)
2-Bornene ... (51, 66)
Selective alpha;-Bromination of an Aralkyl Ketone with Phenyltrimethylammonium Tribromide: 2-Bromoacetyl-6-methoxynaphthalene and 2,2-Dibromoacetyl-6-methoxynaphthalene ... (53, 111)
Mercury(II) Oxide-Modified Hunsdiecker Reaction: 1-Bromo-3-chlorocyclobutane ... (51, 106)
Para-Bromination of Aromatic Amines: 4-Bromo-N,N-dimethyl-3-(trifluoromethyl)aniline ... (55, 20)
Bromohydrins from Alkenes and N-Bromosuccinimide in Dimethyl Sulfoxide; erythro-2-Bromo-1,2-diphenylethanol ... (59, 16)
Chain Elongation of Alkenes via gem-Dihalocyclopropanes: 2-Bromo-3,3-diphenyl-2-propen-1-yl acetate ... (56, 32)
2-Bromohexanoyl Chloride ... (55, 27)
1-Bromo-3-methyl-2-butanone ... (55, 24)trans, trans-1,3-Butadiene-1,4-diyl Diacetate ... (50, 24)
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Partial table of contents
Reductive Coupling of Carbonyls to Alkenes: Adamantylideneadamantane
Reduction of Quinones with Hydriodic Acid: Benz[a]anthracene
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herausgegeben von L. Zechmeister ... [et al.]
出版情報: Wien : Springer, 1938-  v. ; 24 cm
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The Dolastatins / Robert D. ; G.R. Pettit ; T. Nomura ; Shashi B. Mahato ; D.C. Gournelis ; H. Murray
The Naturally Occurring Coumarins: Scope of the Review / T. Fukai ; Saraswati Garai ; G.G. Laskaris ; A. CavF
Phenolic Constituents of Licorice (Glycyrrhiza Species): Triterpenoid Saponins
Triterpenoid Saponins
Progress in the Past Three Years / R. Verpoorte
Phenolic Compounds / B. FigadTre
Introduction
Introduction to Tables
Recent Methods of Structure Determination of Prenylated Phenols
Isolation
Cyclopeptide Alkaloids
Biological Activities of Phenolic Constituents of Glycyrrhiza Species / A. LaurensSchemes and Tables:
Structure Elucidation
Biological Activity / L.A. CollettScheme 1:
Variations of Ring-Attached Five-Carbon Units found in Coumarins
Production of Saponins by Tissue Culture / D. Cortes
Future Possibilities / M.T. Davies-ColemanScheme 2:
Variations of Five-Carbon Units Attached to Carbon and Oxygen in Coumarins
Acetogenins from Annonaceae
Reports of New Triterpenoid Saponins
Non-Oxygenated Coumarins / D.E.A. Rivett ; Leena A. OtsomaaTable 1:
Naturally Occurring 6-Substituted 5,6-Dihydro-Alpha-Pyrones
Oxygenated Coumarins / Ari M.P. KoskinenTables 2-7:
Synthesis of 6-Deoxyamino Sugars / Tables 8-16:
Dioxygenated Coumarins
Introduction; Known 6-Deoxyaminohexoses
Synthetic aspects / Tables 17-28:
Trioxygenated Coumarins
Tetraoxygenated Coumarins / Tables 29-34:
Biscoumarins / Table 35:
Triscoumarins / Table 36:
Structure Revision Required / Table 37:
Non-Macrocyclic Trichothecenes, Part 2 / J.F. Grove
Cardiac GlycosidesD. Deepak / S. Srivastava ; N.K. Khare ; A. Khare
Aspects of the Enzymology of the Shikimate Pathway / E. Haslam
Naturally Occurring Isocyano/Isothiocyanato and Related Compounds / C. W. J. Chang
Monoterpene Indole Alkaloids from Blue-Green Algae
Marine Diterpenes from Sponges
Marine Sesquiterpenes from Sponges
Uncommon Marine Analogs
Other Terrestrial Compounds
Biogenesis and Biosynthesis
Discussion and Summary
Addendum
Acknowledgment
References
Sulfur-Containing Amides from Glycosmis Species (Rutaceae) / O. Hofer ; H. Greger
Isolation and Structure Elucidation
Methylthiopropenoic Acid Amides
Methylsulfinylpropenoic Acid Amides
Methylsulfonylpropenoic Acid Amides
Methylthiocarbonic Acid Amides
Synthesis of Biogenic Sulfur-Containing Amides
Biosynthesis
Chemotaxonomy
Appendix: Sulfur-Containing Bisamides from Aglaia Species (Meliaceae)
List of Contributors
Synthesis Pathways to Erythrina Alkaloids and Erythrina Type Compounds / E. Reimann
Structural Classification of Erythrina Alkaloids / 1:
New Erythrina Alkaloids / 3:
Biosynthesis of Erythrina Alkaloids / 4:
Erythrinane Alkaloids / 4.1:
Homoerythrinane Alkaloids / 4.2:
Syntheses of Erythrina Alkaloids and Erythrina Type Compounds / 5:
Methodical Classification / 5.1:
Erythrinanes / 5.2:
Final Formation of One Ring / 5.2.1:
Ring C (Route C) / 5.2.1.1:
Cyclization of N-Phenethylhydroindole Derivatives (Route C(a)) / 5.2.1.1.1:
Cyclization of Angulary Arylated Hydroindole Derivatives (Route C(b)) / 5.2.1.1.2:
Formation of Ring B (Route B) / 5.2.1.2:
Cyclization of N-substituted C5-Spiroisoquinoline Derivatives (Route B(a)) / 5.2.1.2.1:
Cyclization of C6-Substituted C5-Spiroisoquinoline Derivatives (Route B(b)) / 5.2.1.2.2:
Formation of Ring A (Route A) / 5.2.1.3:
Cycloaddition to Pyrroloisoquinolines (Route A(a)) / 5.2.1.3.1:
Intramolecular Aldol Condensation of Angularly Substituted Pyrroloisoquinoline (Route A(b)) / 5.2.1.3.2:
Simultaneous Formation of More Than One Ring / 5.2.2:
Simultaneous Formation of Rings B and C (Route B/C) / 5.2.2.1:
Cyclization of Secondary Diphenethyl- or (Cycloalkyl)ethyl-phenethylamine Derivatives(Route B/C(a)) / 5.2.2.1.1:
Cyclization of Tertiary Cyclohexyl-ethyl-phenethyl-amide Derivatives (Route B/C(b)) / 5.2.2.1.2:
Cyclization of N-Substituted 1-Acyldihydroisoquinolinium Derivatives (Route A/B) / 5.2.2.2:
Cyclization of a Highly Functionalized Homoveratrylimide (Route A/B/C) / 5.2.2.3:
Homoerythrinanes / 5.3:
Biomimetic Routes / 5.3.1:
Final C Ring Formation Starting from N-Substituted Phenylhydroindoles / 5.3.2:
A Ring Formation by [2 + 2] Photocycloaddition to Pyrrolobenzazepines / 5.3.3:
Simultaneous B Ring Formation/C Ring Expansion Starting from Spiro-2-tetralones / 5.3.4:
Pharmacology / 6:
Concluding Remarks / 7:
The Trichothecenes and Their Biosynthesis / J. F. Grove (f)
The Trichothecenes
Macrocyclic and Non-Macrocyclic Compounds / 2.1:
Trichothecene Relatives / 2.2:
Sources / 2.3:
Oxygenation Pattern / 2.4:
Simple Trichothecenes / 3.1:
Mevalonic Acid to Trichodiene / 3.1.1:
Trichodiene to 12,13-Epoxytrichothecene and Isotrichodermol / 3.1.2:
Further Oxygenation and Esterification of the Trichothecene Nucleus: Biosynthesis of Specific Metabolites / 3.1.3:
Trichothecolone / 3.1.3.1:
Vomitoxin and Derivatives / 3.1.3.2:
T-2 Toxin / 3.1.3.3:
Nivalenol and Derivatives / 3.1.3.4:
Trichothecene Biosynthetic Gene Clusters / 3.1.4:
Trichoverroids and Macrocyclic Trichothecenes / 3.2:
Melanin, Melanogenesis, and Vitiligo / S. Roy3.3:
Melanin
Chemistry of Melanin / 1.1:
Isolation and Analysis
Solubilization
Protein Content
Carboxylic and Phenolic Function
Chemical Degradation / 2.5:
Reductive Methods / 2.5.1:
Oxidative Methods / 2.5.2:
Pyrolytic Methods / 2.5.3:
Spectroscopic Studies / 2.6:
UV and IR Spectroscopy / 2.6.1:
NMR Spectroscopy / 2.6.2:
X-Ray Defraction Study / 2.6.3:
ESR Study / 2.6.4:
Structure of Melanin / 2.7:
Melanin as Homopolymer / 2.7.1:
Melanin as Poikilopolymer / 2.7.2:
Melanin as Bipolymer / 2.7.3:
Biophysical Model of Melanin Structure / 2.7.4:
Structure of Phaeomelanin / 2.7.5:
Synthesis of Melanin / 2.8:
Electrochemical Synthesis / 2.8.1:
Photochemical Synthesis / 2.8.2:
Characteristic Biophysicochemical Properties of Melanin
Interaction of Melanin with Light
Melanin in UV and Visible Light
Melanin in the Photoprotection of Skin
Melanin as Light Screen in Eyes
Melanin and Its Redox Function
Binding Complexation and Medicinal Aspects of Melanin
Use of Melanin for Defence / 3.4:
Melanogenesis
Melanogenesis in vivo
Melanocytes / 4.1.1:
The Characteristics of the Enzyme / 4.1.2:
Regulation of Melanogenesis / 4.1.3:
Physiological Factors / 4.1.3.1:
Organic Sulfur Compounds / 4.1.3.2:
Metal Ions and Other Chemicals / 4.1.3.3:
Vitamins / 4.1.3.4:
Hormones / 4.1.3.5:
Neural Influence / 4.1.3.6:
Malpighian Cells / 4.1.3.7:
UV Light / 4.1.3.8:
Melanogenesis in vitro
Enzymatic Melanin Synthesis / 4.2.1:
Rearrangement of Dopachrome / 4.2.1.1:
Polymerization of DHI / 4.2.1.2:
Non-Enzymatic Melanin Synthesis: Model Reaction / 4.2.2:
Udenfriend System: A Model for Mixed Function Oxidase / 4.2.2.1:
Melanin Formation Under Udenfriend Conditions / 4.2.2.2:
Vitiligo
Melanocytotoxicity: Antimelanocyte-Antibodies Formation
The Immune Hypothesis
The Neural Hypothesis
The Self-Destruction Hypothesis / 5.2.3:
The Composite Hypothesis / 5.2.4:
Chemotherapy of Vitiligo
Psoralens
Psoralen Action and UV Light
Psoralen Action on Melanogenesis
Abnormal Biochemical Parameters in Vitiligo / 5.4:
Status of Tryptophan in the Melanogenic System / 5.5:
A Composite Hypothesis on Vitiligo / 5.6:
Author Index
Subject Index
List of Contributor
Pyrroles from Vertebrates / 1.:
Pyrroles from Invertebrates / 3.:
Pyrroles from Insects / 3.1.:
Pyrroles from Ants / 3.1.1.:
Pyrroles from Beetles / 3.1.2.:
Pyrrole Pheromones from Butterflies / 3.1.3.:
Pyrroles from Sponges / 3.2.:
Pyrrole-2-Carboxylates from Sponges / 3.2.1.:
Pyrrole-2-Carboxamides from Sponges / 3.2.2.:
Pyrrole-2-Carboxamides of the Oroidin Type / 3.2.2.1.:
Cyclized Oroidin Metabolites / 3.2.2.2.:
Dimeric Oroidin Metabolites / 3.2.2.3.:
Alkyl Pyrroles from Sponges / 3.2.3.:
Aryl Pyrroles from Sponges / 3.2.4.:
Hydroxy Pyrroles from Sponges / 3.2.5.:
Tetramic Acid Derivatives from Sponges / 3.2.6.:
Pyrroles from Other Invertebrates / 3.3.:
Aryl Pyrroles / 3.3.1.:
Other Pyrrole Derivatives / 3.3.2.:
Pyrroles from Protozoa / 3.4.:
Pyrroles from Plants / 4.:
Dihydropyrrolizine Derivatives / 4.1.:
Pyrrole-2-Carboxylic Acid Derivatives from Plants / 4.2.:
Pyrrolinone Derivatives in Plants / 4.3.:
Pyrroles from Fungi / 5.:
Pyrroles from Basidiomycetes / 5.1.:
Pyrroles from Deuteromycetes / 5.2.:
Pyrroles from Myxomycetes / 5.3.:
Pyrrolinone Derivatives in Fungi / 5.4.:
Tetramic Acid Derivatives in Fungi / 5.5.:
Pyrroles from Bacteria / 6.:
Halogenated Monopyrroles from Bacteria / 6.1.:
Halogenated Benzylpyrroles / 6.1.1.:
Halogenated Benzoylpyrroles / 6.1.2.:
Halogenated [alpha]-Arylpyrroles / 6.1.3.:
Halogenated [beta]-Arylpyrroles / 6.1.4.:
Pyrrole-2-carboxylates from Bacteria / 6.2.:
Pyrrole-2-carboxamides from Bacteria / 6.3.:
The Distamycin Group / 6.3.1.:
Pyrrol-2-carbacyl Derivatives from Bacteria / 6.4.:
[alpha]-Pyridylpyrroles from Bacteria / 6.5.:
Other Monopyrrole Derivatives from Bacteria / 6.6.:
Prodigiosins / 6.7.:
Prodigiosins from Eubacteria / 6.7.1.:
Prodiginines from Actinomycetes / 6.7.2.:
Hydroxy Pyrroles from Bacteria / 6.8.:
Tetramic Acid Derivatives from Prokaryotes / 6.9.:
Derivatives of 3-Acetyltetramic Acid from Actinomycetes / 6.10.:
Synthetic Aspects of Iridoid Chemistry / H. Franzyk
Classification of Iridoids
Availability and Production of Iridoids
Semi-Synthetic Conversions Between Iridoids
Monoterpene Alkaloids Structurally Related to Iridoids
Syntheses from Iridoids; References
The Defensive Chemistry of Ants / S. Leclercq ; J. C. Braekman ; D. Daloze ; J. M. Pasteels
Introduction; Alkaloids
Nonalkaloidal Compounds
Naturally Occurring Plant Coumarins / R.D.H. Murray
Artemisinin: An Endoperoxidic Antimalarial from Artemisia annua L / H. Ziffer ; R.J. Highet ; D.L. Klayman
Marine Glycolipids / E. Fattorusso ; A. Mangoni
Brassinosteroids / G. Adam ; J. Schmidt ; B. Schneider
Natural Occurrence and Distribution
Structures
Isolation and Purification
Analysis of Brassinosteroids
Synthesis; Biosynthesis
Metabolism of Brassinosteroids
Physiological Action
Molecular Mode of Action
Conclusions
Chemistry of the Neem Tree (//Azadirachta indica//A. Juss.) / A. Akhila ; K. Rani
Introduction; Chemistry of Limonoids; C-Seco Meliacins; Other Compounds
Secondary Metabolites and the Control of Some Blue Stain and Decay Fungi / W. A. Ayer ; L. S. Trifonov
Introduction; Blue Stain Fungi
Decay Causing Fungi
The Black Gall Effect
Condensed Tannins / D. Ferreira ; E. V. Brandt ; J. Coetzee ; E. Malan
Introduction; Formation of the Interflavanyl Bond in Oligomeric Proanthocyanidins
Cleavage of the Interflavanyl Bond in Oligomeric Proanthocyanidins
Rearrangement of the Pyran Heterocycle of Oligomeric Proanthocyanidins
Conformational Analysis of Dimeric Proanthocyanidins
Conclusion
Constituents of //Lactarius// (Mushrooms) / W. M. Daniewski ; G. Vidari
Introduction; Sesquiterpenes Isolated from //Lactarius//; Introduction to Parts 6 and 7 - Velutinal Esters and Related Sesquiterpenes
Chemistry of Sesquiterpenes of //Lactarius//
Nitric Oxide: Physiological Roles, Biosynthesis and Medical Uses / D. R. Adams ; M. Brochwicz-Lewinski ; A. R. Butler
Discovery in the Vasculature
Platelet Aggregation
NO and the Immune System
NO and the Nervous System
S-Nitrosothiols
NO Activity in the Mammalian Eye
The NO Biosynthetic Pathway
Mechanism of the Nitric Oxide Synthase-Catalysed Reaction
Nitric Oxide Synthase Structure
Clinical Uses of NO and Its Inhibitors
Acknowledgements
Microbial Siderophores / Herbert Budzikiewicz
Peptide Siderophores
Pyoverdins and Related Siderophores from Pseudomonas Spp
Azomonas and Azotobacter Siderophores
Anachelin
Actinomycetal Metabolites
Bacterial Hydroxamate Siderophores
Fungal L-Ornithine-Based Hydroxamate Siderophores
Catecholate Siderophores
Lipopeptidic Siderophores
Pseudomonas mendocina Siderophores / 2.9:
Siderophores Based on Diamino- and Triaminoalkane Skeletons
Rhizobactin
Hydroxamic Acid Siderophores
Citrate Siderophores
Siderophores with Two Hydroxamic Acid Units
Siderophores with 2-Oxoglutaric Acid Units
Siderophores with Two Catecholate Units / 4.3:
Siderophores with Two Citric Acid Units / 4.4:
Legiobactin / 4.5:
Pyochelin and Related Structures
Miscellaneous Siderophores
Selected Syntheses / 8:
Anachelin H / 8.1:
Alterobactin / 8.2:
Parabactin / 8.3:
Nannochelin A / 8.4:
Pyochelin / 8.5:
Epilog / 9:
Appendix
Notes Added in Proof
Resin Glycosides from the Morning Glory Family / Rogelio Pereda-Miranda ; Daniel Rosas-Ramírez ; Jhon Castañeda-Gómez
Ethnobotanical Background and Discovery
Structural Diversity
Chemical Composition
Resin Glycosides
Isolation Techniques
Structure Elucidation of Resin Glycosides
Degradative Chemical Methods
Spectroscopic Methods
Crystallographic Methods
Molecular Modeling
Strategies for Synthesis
Tricolorin A / 6.1:
Ipomoeassin E / 6.2:
Woodrosin I / 6.3:
Significance
Traditional Medicine and Morning Glories / 7.1:
Biological Activities / 7.2:
Pharmacology and Toxicology / 7.3:
Chemical Ecology / 7.4:
Chlorophyll Catabolites / B. Krautler
Chlorophyll Catabolites from Vascular Plants
Green Chlorophyll Degradation Products in Vascular Plants
Chlorophyllide a and b from Chlorophylls by Loss of the Phytol Side Chain / 2.1.1:
Reductive Path from b- to a-Type Chlorophyll(ide)s / 2.1.2:
Pheophorbide a from Chlorophyllide a by Removal of the Magnesium Ion / 2.1.3:
13[superscript 2]-Carboxy-pyropheophorbide a from Hydrolysis and Pyropheophorbide a from Overall Loss of the Methoxycarbonyl Group from Pheophorbide a / 2.1.4:
Non-green Chlorophyll Degradation Products from Vascular Plants
Discovery and Structure Analysis of Fluorescent Chlorophyll Catabolites / 2.2.1:
Preparation of the Elusive Red Chlorophyll Catabolite by Partial Synthesis / 2.2.2:
An Enzyme-bound Red Chlorophyll Catabolite from Enzymatic Oxygenation of Pheophorbide a / 2.2.3:
Fluorescent Chlorophyll Catabolites from Enzymatic Reduction of the Red Chlorophyll Catabolite / 2.2.4:
Model Experiments for the Reduction of the Red Chlorophyll Catabolite to Fluorescent Chlorophyll Catabolites / 2.2.5:
Non-fluorescent Colourless Chlorophyll Catabolites / 2.2.6:
A Non-enzymatic Tautomerization Achieves the "Final" Transformation of Fluorescent Chlorophyll Catabolites to Non-fluorescent Colourless Chlorophyll Catabolites / 2.2.7:
Peripheral Functional Groups and Conjugations Found in Non-fluorescent Colourless Chlorophyll Catabolites / 2.2.8:
Evidence for Further Breakdown of the Non-fluorescent Colourless Chlorophyll Catabolites in Higher Plants / 2.2.9:
Chlorophyll Catabolites from the Green Alga Chlorella protothecoides
Chlorophyll Catabolites from Marine Organisms
Conclusions and Outlook
Steroidal Saponins / N. P. Sahu ; S. Banerjee ; N. B. Mondal ; D. Mandal
Conventional Methods
Spectrometry Coupled with Chemical Methods
Modern Spectrometric Methods
Mass Spectrometry / 3.3.1:
[superscript 1]H NMR Spectroscopy / 3.3.2:
[superscript 13]C NMR Spectroscopy / 3.3.2.2:
2D NMR Spectroscopy / 3.3.2.3:
Cytotoxic Activity Against Cancer Cell Lines
Antifungal Activity
Miscellaneous Effects
Biosynthesis of Steroidal Glycosides
Report of New Steroidal Saponins (1998-Mid-2006)
Acknowledgement
Non-conventional Lignans: Coumarinolignans, Flavonolignans, and Stilbenolignans / Sajeli A. Begum ; Mahendra Sahai ; Anil B. Ray
Coumarinolignans
Occurrence of Coumarinolignans
Classification of Coumarinolignans
Structure Elucidation of Coumarinolignans
Chemistry of Coumarinolignans
Biological Activity of Coumarinolignans
Biogenesis of Coumarinolignans
Flavonolignans
Occurrence of Flavonolignans
Features of Flavonolignans and Their Classification
Structure Elucidation of Flavonolignans
Chemistry of Flavonolignans
Biological Activity of Flavonolignans / 3.5:
Biogenesis of Flavonolignans / 3.6:
Stilbenolignans
Occurrence and Features of Stilbenolignans
Structure Elucidation and Synthesis of Stilbenolignans
Biological Activity of Stilbenolignans
Biogenesis of Stilbenolignans
Picrotoxanes / Edda Gössinger
Tabular Overview of the Picrotoxanes
Occurrence
Systematic and Geographic Occurrence of Picrotoxane-Containing Plants
Parasitic Plants
Picrotoxanes Found in Animals and Animal Products
The Riddle of the Scattered Taxonomic Occurrence of Picrotoxanes
Isolation of Picrotoxanes
Examples of Recent Isolation Procedures
Structure Determination of Picrotoxanes
Main Picrotoxanes of the Menispermaceae
Main Picrotoxanes of the Coriariaceae
Picrotoxanes Isolated from Toxic Honey
Picrotoxanes of the Picrodendraceae
Picrotoxanes from Dendrobium Species
Total Syntheses of Picrotoxanes
Overview
Description of the Syntheses
Biosynthesis of Picrotoxanes
Investigations on the Biosynthesis of Dendrobines
Investigations on the Biosynthesis of Sesquiterpene Picrotoxanes
Physiological Activity of Picrotoxanes
Toxicity
Picrotoxanes as Therapeutics
Picrotoxanes as Epileptogenic Compounds
Picrotoxanes as Tools in Neurobiological Research
Abbreviations
Combinatorial and Synthetic Biosynthesis in Actinomycetes / Marta Luzhetska ; Johannes Härle ; Andreas Bechthold
Combinatorial Biosynthesis and Synthetic Biosynthesis
Achievements in Combinatorial Biosynthesis
Challenges for Combinatorial Biosynthesis
Synthetic Biosynthesis
The Dolastatins / Robert D. ; G.R. Pettit ; T. Nomura ; Shashi B. Mahato ; D.C. Gournelis ; H. Murray
The Naturally Occurring Coumarins: Scope of the Review / T. Fukai ; Saraswati Garai ; G.G. Laskaris ; A. CavF
Phenolic Constituents of Licorice (Glycyrrhiza Species): Triterpenoid Saponins
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editor, Robert W. Taft
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Hammett Memorial Lecture / J. Shorter
Thermodynamics of Molecular Species / E. Grunwald
Reaction Coordinates and Structure-Energy Relationships
Theoretical Studies of the Effects of Hydration on Organic Equilibria / R. Topsom
Y x Scales of Solvent Ionizing Power / T. Bentley ; G. Llewellyn
Correlation Analysis of Acidity and Basicity: From the Solution to the Gas Phase / J-F Gal ; P-C Maria
Correlation Analysis in Organic Crystal Chemistry / T. Krygowski
Author Index
Subject Index
Cumulative Index, Volumes 1 to 17
Hammett Memorial Lecture / J. Shorter
Thermodynamics of Molecular Species / E. Grunwald
Reaction Coordinates and Structure-Energy Relationships
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Designing drugs to avoid toxicity / Graham F Smith
Prostaglandin D2 receptor CRTH2 Antagonists for the treatment of inflammatory diseases / Jeffrey Chen ; Alison Budelsky
Progress in the Development of Small Molecule Therapeutics That Target Th17 Cell Function for the Treatment of Immune-Inflammatory Diseases / Stephen Shuttleworth ; Paul Townsend ; Franck Silva ; Alexander Cecil ; Thomas Hill ; Cyrille Tomassi ; Helen Rogers ; Rebecca Harrison
Therapeutic Applications Of Iminosugars: Current Perspectives And Future Opportunities / Graeme Horne ; Francis X. Wilson
The Journey to the Discovery of Boceprevir: an NS3-NS4 HCV Protease Inhibitor for the Treatment of Chronic Hepatitis C / Kevin Chen ; George Njoroge
A Decade of Progress in the Discovery and Development of 'Atypical' Antipsychotics / Gregor Madconald ; Jose Manuel Bartolome
Structural Trends amongst Second Generation Voltage-Gated Sodium Channel Blockers / Mark Kemp
Computational Analysis of Structure-Activity Relationships / Peter Gedeck ; Peter Ertl ; Christian Kramer
Preface
List of Contributors
Medicinal Chemistry by the Numbers: The Physicochemistry, Thermodynamics and Kinetics of Modern Drug Design / Graham F. Smith1:
The Identification of and Rationale for Drugs Which Act at The Motilin Receptor / Susan M. Westaway ; Gareth J. Sanger2:
Progress in the Design and Development of Phosphoinositide 3-Kinase (PI3K) Inhibitors for the Treatment of Chronic Diseases / 3:
Progress in the Development of ?-secretase Inhibitors for Alzheimer's Disease / Jeffrey S. Albert4:
Subject Index / David Witty ; Mahmood Ahmed ; Tsu Tshen Chuang5:
Cumulative Index of Authors for Volumes 1-48
Cumulative Index of Subjects for Volumes 1-48
Calcitonin Gene-Related Peptide Receptor
Antagonists H+/K+
ATPase Inhibitors in the Treatment of Acid Related Disorders
Endothelin Receptor
Antagonist 'PDE4
Inhibitors Adenosine A1 Agonists P450
Metabolism and Inhibition Analysis for Drug Discovery
The Discovery of Raltegravir, an Integrase Inhibitor for the Treatment of HIV Infection / Michael Rowley
Inhibitors of 11[beta]-Hydroxysteroid Dehydrogenase Type 1 / Xiangdong Su ; Nigel Vicker ; Barry V.L. Potter
[alpha]7 Nicotinic Acetylcholine Receptor Agonists and Positive Allosteric Modulators / Andrew P. Lightfoot ; James N.C. Kew ; John Skidmore
Small Molecule Bradykinin B1 Receptor Antagonists as Potential Therapeutic Agents for Pain / Jian Jeffrey Chen ; Kaustav Biswas
Histone Deacetylase Inhibitors: A Novel Class of Anti-Cancer Agents on its Way to the Market / Matthias Korner ; Ulrich Tibes
5-HT[subscript 2C] Ligands: Recent Progress / Nathaniel J.T. Monck ; Guy A. Kennett6:
Cumulative Index of Authors for Volumes 1-46
Cumulative Index of Subjects for Volumes 1-46
Color Plate Section at the End of the Book
Small Molecule Bromodomain Inhibitors: Extending the Druggable Epigenome / Chun-wa Chung
TRPV1 Antagonists: Clinical Setbacks and Prospects for Future Development / Michael E. Kort ; Philip R. Kym
Multivalent Dual Pharmacology Muscarinic Antagonist and ß2 Agonist (MABA) Molecules for the Treatment of COPD / Adam D. Hughes ; Alexander McNamara ; Tod Steinfeld
Hematopoietic Prostaglandin D-Synthase Inhibitors / Sukanthini Thurairatnam
Designing drugs to avoid toxicity / Graham F Smith
Prostaglandin D2 receptor CRTH2 Antagonists for the treatment of inflammatory diseases / Jeffrey Chen ; Alison Budelsky
Progress in the Development of Small Molecule Therapeutics That Target Th17 Cell Function for the Treatment of Immune-Inflammatory Diseases / Stephen Shuttleworth ; Paul Townsend ; Franck Silva ; Alexander Cecil ; Thomas Hill ; Cyrille Tomassi ; Helen Rogers ; Rebecca Harrison
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edited by A.H. Blatt
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collected v. 3. A revised edition of annual volumes 20-29 / E.C. Horning, editor-in-chief
collected v. 1. A revised edition of annual volumes I-IX / edited by A.H. Blatt ; Henry Gilman, editor-in-chief
collected v. 3. A revised edition of annual volumes 20-29 / E.C. Horning, editor-in-chief
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det Kongelige Danske videnskabernes selskab
出版情報: København
巻次年月次: Bd. 1, nr. 1 (1940)-bd. 3, nr. 2 (1958)
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出版情報: Easton, Pa. : [American Chemical Society]
巻次年月次: 1 (1909)-14 (1922)
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National Research Council of Japan = 學術研究會議編纂
出版情報: Tokyo : National Research Council of Japan, 1922-1975  v. ; 27 cm
巻次年月次: Vol. 1, no. 1 (1922)-v. 45, nos. 1-4 (Mar. 1975)
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