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Author Pal, Sarbani

Title Isocoumarin, Thiaisocoumarin and Phosphaisocoumarin : natural occurrences, synthetic approaches and pharmaceutical applications / Sarbani Pal, Manojit Pal
Published Oxford, United Kingdom ; Cambridge, MA, United States : Elsevier, [2019]
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Summary Isocoumarin, Thiaisocoumarin and Phosphaisocoumarin: Natural Occurrences, Synthetic Approaches and Pharmaceutical Applications gives an overview of the various aspects of this class of heterocycle, with a major focus on synthesis and biological activity. Aromatic Î́ lactones or isocoumarins with thiaisocoumarins, phosphaisocoumarins and a-pyranone fused with a heteroaryl ring constitute an important class of heterocyclic compounds. This book provides the methods applied for the synthesis of thiaisocoumarins, phosphaisocoumarins, and a-pyranone fused with a heteroaryl ring. It is useful to medicinal and natural product chemists who want to synthesize target molecules and develop cutting-edge technologies to provide better solutions to researchers. Features an overview of isocoumarins and their role in pharmaceutical researchPresents a template for the design, discovery and development of new and potential drugs in various therapeutic areasIncludes comprehensive coverage of the synthesis of isocoumarins, from traditional methods, to transition metal catalyzed methodsLooks at future applications for these important compounds in the areas of drug discovery and pharmaceutical research
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Online resource; title from PDF title page (EBSCO, viewed October 26, 2018)
Subject Chemistry, Organic.
Heterocyclic compounds.
Pharmaceutical chemistry.
Chemistry, Organic.
Heterocyclic compounds.
Pharmaceutical chemistry.
SCIENCE / Chemistry / Organic.
Form Electronic book
Author Pal, Manojit
ISBN 012815411X
0128154462
9780128154113
9780128154465