It is worth mentioning that the notable feature of this oxidant is that even amine such as a- methyl aminopyridine
(entry, 11) and flurene (entry, 12) were easily converted to corresponding carbonyl compounds with reasonable yields.
The compound from the aminopyridine
class, code named MMV390048, shows potent activity against multiple points in the malaria parasite's lifecycle.
Scheme I: A 1.34 g (10 mmol) of E-cinnamyl alcohol (C9H10O) (commercially avaible) and 2 mL of acetic anhydride (Ac2O) (25 mmol) were mixed in 30 mL of pyridine with 10 mg of dimethyl aminopyridine
derivatives and their corrosion inhibition properties were evaluated by weight loss measurements of steel with different concentrations of inhibitors.
The materials for the synthesis of the catalyst, dimethyl aminopyridine
p-toluene sulfonate (DPTS): p-toluene sulfonic acid and dimethylaminopyridine were also purchased from Sigma-Aldrich.
There are other types of pharmacological interventions (e.g., aspirin, aminopyridine
, and L-carnitine) being prescribed and tested for MS fatigue [52, 53].
8,440,703 (the '703 patent) entitled "Methods of Using Sustained Release Aminopyridine
Based on the reported chemical and biological importance of 4-aminoantipyrine and 2- aminopyridine
we report herein the synthesis, analgesic and antioxidant activities of 4-amino antipyrine and 2-aminopyridine thiourea derivatives.
11/102,559 entitled "Method of Using Sustained Release Aminopyridine
Chen and coworkers have reported the syntheses and applications in adsorption of noble metals of a series of chelating resin containing such functional groups as aminopyridine
, 2-thiolbenzothiazole, 2-hydroxypyridine , N-methyl-2-thioimidzaole , etc.
Alsaid, "Design and synthesis of novel thiophenes bearing biologically active aniline, aminopyridine
, benzylamine, nicotinamide, pyrimidine and triazolopyrimidine moieties searching for cytotoxic agents," Acta Poloniae Pharmaceutica, vol.