aryl compound

aryl compound

[′ar·əl ‚käm‚pau̇nd]
(organic chemistry)
Molecules with the six-carbon aromatic ring structure characteristic of benzene or compounds derived from aromatics.
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Consistent with this model, the simplest aliphatic esters (3, 4) were without inhibitory activity, while the only aryl compounds lacking activity were those devoid of a phenyl moiety suggesting that the interaction of the phenyl group with Phe421 stabilizes the compounds in the pocket.
Documentation on these facts were reported at the "8th International Conference on Carcinogenic/Mutagenic N-Substituted Aryl Compounds" (Snyderwine et al.
Highlights of the Eighth International Conference on Carcinogenic/Mutagenic N-Substituted Aryl Compounds. Mutat Ros 506-507:1-8.