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Synonyms for aniline

oily poisonous liquid amine obtained from nitrobenzene and used to make dyes and plastics and medicines

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14 Issue 1), the Company describes its recent progress in the development of HDAC inhibitors for oncology, which includes hydroxamic acids, anilides, TSA-like straight chain derivatives, and 2-aminophenylamides of omega-substituted alkanoic acids.
Despite the analytical efforts seeking toxic substances in these oils, only aniline derivatives such as fatty acid anilides (1,3,17,18) and fatty acid esters of 3-phenylamino-1, 2-propanediol (PAP esters) (19-21) have been identified in toxic oil batches.
Anilides and PAP esters identified in oil batches should be considered arylamides and arylamines, respectively.
The field of inhibiting HDACs has emerged as a novel human anticancer strategy and MethylGene has developed multiple series of small molecule inhibitors of HDACs, including sulfonamide hydroxamic acids and anilides, as described in the Company's recently accepted chemistry paper entitled "Development of potential antitumor agents.
2002, 45, 2877-2885) MethylGene describes the design, synthesis and biological results of a new series of sulfonamide anilides and trichostatin A analogues as potent HDAC inhibitors, respectively.