Chemistry of heteroanalogs of isoflavones
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Thiazole analogs of natural isoflavones were synthesized, and their reactions with alkalis, phosphorus pentasulfide, and alkylating and acylating agents were studied. Data on the biological activity of the compounds are presented.
KeywordsPhosphorus Organic Chemistry Biological Activity Isoflavones Thiazole
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