dication


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dication

[dī′kat‚ī·ən]
(chemistry)
A doubly charged cation with the general formula X2+.
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Immtech has a new group of pyridine-based dication compounds developed from its platform technology, which have shown excellent in vitro activity against the Leishmania parasite.
Immtech's dication pharmaceuticals work by blocking life sustaining enzymes from binding to the minor groove of the DNA, killing the infectious organisms that cause fungal, parasitic, protozoan, bacterial and viral diseases.
The mechanism proposed includes two intra-molecular electrophilic aromatic substitution reactions of the dication of DPDS.
These dication pharmaceuticals work by blocking life-sustaining enzymes from binding to key sites in the minor groove of the infectious organisms' DNA, thereby killing the cause of fungal, parasitic, bacterial and viral diseases.