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Chiral cyclic synthetic intermediates from readily available monoterpenoids
The availability of some simple chiral monoterpenoids has led to their use in various ways in synthesis. A previous article reviewed the acyclic synthons that were easily accessible from citronellol 1, linalool 2 and limonene 3. This free review article is concerned with the cyclic chiral synthons that can be readily obtained from these monoterpenoids as well as car-3-ene 4, α-pin...
Chitosan supplementation may improve the digestive physiology and health of captive Leiothrix lutea
The Red-billed Leiothrix (Leiothrix lutea) belongs to the Timaliidae family (Passeriformes) and is widely distributed throughout southern China, northern Vietnam and western and northern Myanmar. The bird is a regionally common or dominant species and plays an important role in forest ecosystems.
Synthesis, characterisation, in vitro DNA binding properties and antioxidant activities of Ln(III) complexes with chromone-3-carbaldehyde-(2´-hydroxy) benzoyl hydrazone
Numerous biological experiments have demonstrated that DNA is the primary intracellular target of anticancer drugs due to the intercalation between small molecules and DNA, which can cause DNA damage in cancer cells, blocking their division and resulting in cell death. So to develop new and efficient DNA intercalators to be used as anticancer drugs is an urgent and important task.
Dementia as an existential threat: the importance of self-esteem, social connectedness and meaning in life
Dementia is an umbrella term for a large number of illnesses, all of which involve neurodegenerative changes in the brain. The most common forms of dementia are Alzheimer’s disease and vascular dementia, but there are over 100 other, rarer conditions.