azlactone

azlactone

[az′lak‚tōn]
(organic chemistry)
A compound that is an anhydride of α-acylamino acid; the basic ring structure is the 5-oxazolone type.
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Studies on Synthesis of Some Novel Heterocyclic Azlactone Derivatives and Imidazolinone Derivatives and their Antimicrobial Activity.
Erlenmeyer synthesis for azlactones catalyzed by Ytterbium (III) Triflate under solvent-free conditions.
PlAlchl, Erlenmeyer-PlAlchl Azlactone and Amino Acid Synthesis, Chem.
Xu, Erlenmeyer Synthesis for Azlactones Catalyzed by Ytterbium(III) triate under Solventfree Conditions, Syn.
Photografting of vinyl azlactone was then used to selectively functionalize the monolith to enable the subsequent immobilization of AChE.
Actually, our interest in the chemistry of both enolizable cyclic 1,3-diketones and azlactones as building blocks for the synthesis of novel molecular architectures is well documented [4-15].