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Chemistry of Heterocyclic Compounds

, Volume 14, Issue 7, pp 705–714 | Cite as

Biologically active heterocyclic analogs of thiourea (review)

  • L. G. Toldy
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Abstract

The results of research carried out in the Scientific-Research Institute of Medicinals (Budapest, Hungary) are correlated. The structures of 2-aminothiazolines, which can exist in the tautomeric 2-iminothiazolidine form, and of the corresponding analogs of the thiazine series and their acyl derivatives are discussed. A new method for the synthesis of 3-aryl-substituted 2-iminothiazolidines and 2-iminoperhydro-1,3-thiazines is examined. Data on the biological activity of some of the investigated compounds are presented.

Keywords

Organic Chemistry Biological Activity Thiourea Thiazine Acyl Derivative 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • L. G. Toldy
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  1. 1.Gyógyszerkutató IntézetBudapest

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