hydroxamic acid

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hydroxamic acid

[¦hī‚dräk¦sam·ik ′as·əd]
(organic chemistry)
An organic compound that contains the group ‒C(=O)NHOH.
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Margolis, "N-alkyl urea hydroxamic acids as a new class of peptide deformylase inhibitors with antibacterial activity" Antimicrobial agents and chemotherapy 46, 9 (2002): 2752-2764.
Table 1: Types of epigenetic drugs: Drugs Class 5-aza-cytidine (azacitidine), Nucleoside DNMTIs 5-aza-2-deoxycytidine (decitabine), 5-fluoro-2-deoxycytidine, Zebularine RG108 Non-Nucleoside DNMTIs MG98 Antisense Oligonucleotides Table 2: HDAC inhibitors: Drugs Class Valproic acid, Aliphatic acids Sodium phenylbutyrate, Pivaloyloxymethyl butyrate, Vorinostat Romidepsin Cyclic peptides Belinostat, Hydroxamic acids Panobinostat Entinostat, Benzamides Mocetinostat
A number of synthetic compounds including imidazoles, hydroxamic acids, and phosphazenes are effective urease inhibitors, but limited studies have been conducted on natural products (Ahmad et al.
Important secondary metabolites identified as allelochemicals are phenolics, alkaloids, flavonoids, terpenoids, momilactone, hydroxamic acids, brassinosteroids, jasmonates, salicylates, glucosinolates, carbohydrates and amino acids (Kruse et al.
Hydroxamic acids are potent allelochemicals of wheat and gene responsible for their expression has been discovered and can be transferred.
Hydroxamic acids are a family of organic acids of general formula RCONHOH and are much weaker acids than the structurally related carboxylic acids (RCOOH), (Nwabueze, 1996).
The chemistry of hydroxamic acids has received considerable attention [5, 6], and this interest is also connected with a variety of their pharmaceutical and industrial applications [7, 8].
However, Barnes and Putnam (1987) found that barnyardgrass was less sensitive to rye hydroxamic acids DIBOA (2,4-dihydroxy1,4-benzoxazin-3-one) and BOA (benzoxazolin-2-one) compared to large crabgrass [Digitaria sanguinalis (L.
can be divided into four groups: phenolic acids, hydroxamic acids,
Hydroxamic acids are known to be highly active against fungi, bacteria, and some pests (White and Hill 1943, Neilands 1967, Weisburger and Weisburger 1973, Chatterjee 1978, Rather and Hanel 1990, Thackary et al.
com/research/jmmgkb/the_chemistry_of_h) has announced the addition of John Wiley and Sons Ltd's new book "The Chemistry of Hydroxylamines, Oximes and Hydroxamic Acids.