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  • Melatonin Target Proteins: Too Many or Not Enough? [Review]
    Front Endocrinol (Lausanne) 2019; 10:791Liu L, Labani N, … Jockers R
  • The neurohormone N-acetyl-5-methoxytryptamine, better known as melatonin, is a tryptophan derivative with a wide range of biological effects that is present in many organisms. These effects are believed to rely either on the chemical properties of melatonin itself as scavenger of free radicals or on the binding of melatonin to protein targets. More than 15 proteins, including receptors (MT1, MT2,…
  • Structural, spectroscopic and first-principles studies of new aminocoumarin derivatives. [Journal Article]
    Acta Crystallogr C Struct Chem 2019; 75(Pt 12):1617-1627Brahmia A, Marzouki R, … Ben Hassen R
  • The new aminocoumarin derivatives 3-[1-(3-hydroxyanilino)ethylidene]-3H-chromene-2,4-dione, (1), 3-[1-(4-hydroxyanilino)ethylidene]-3H-chromene-2,4-dione, (2), and 3-[1-(2-hydroxyanilino)ethylidene]-3H-chromene-2,4-dione, (3), all C17H13NO4, were synthesized by reacting an equimolar amount of 3-acetyl-4-hydroxycoumarin and the corresponding aminophenol in absolute ethanol. Structural and spectros…
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