rhodanine

rhodanine

[′rōd·ən‚īn]
(organic chemistry)
C3H3NOS2 A pale-yellow crystalline compound that may decompose violently when heated, giving off toxic by-products; used in organic synthesis.
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Heterocycles such as rhodanine and related compounds have shown a range of biological activities such as anticancer, antibacterial, antidiabetic and antiviral as have boronic acid-containing compounds.
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Rhodanine assay for gallotanin content: The assay was performed according to Inoue and Hagermann (1988).
I'm not advocating advancing everything--I'm still not going to work on a phenolic rhodanine, sorry--but we're probably tossing out perfectly valid lead compounds in the process of tossing out the nasties.
Coordination compounds of dimethylthallium (III) with 5-(2- pyridinylmethylene) rhodanine or 5-(2-pyridinylmethylene)-2-thiohydantoin: an unusual case of dismotropic isomerism.
Tannase activity was estimated by reaction with tannic acid as substrate followed by the reaction with methanolic rhodanine as described elsewhere [7].
The compound - a rhodanine derivative that the researchers have dubbed LJ001 - could be effective against new, yet-to-be discovered enveloped viruses.
Rhodanine azosulpha drugs as corrosion inhibitors for corrosion of 304 stainless steel in HCl solution.
Alternatively or additionally, the Michael donor contains beta-ketoamide, enamine carboxylate, enamine amide, pyrazolone, isoxazolone, hydantoin, rhodanine, thio-substituted unsaturated ester, thio-substituted lactone or phosphonite or phosphinite ester groups.
Our old practice was to send rhodanine copper stain to a referral lab for $42 per test.