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Synthesis and Biological Properties of Dihydro-Oxadiazine-Based Heterocyclic Derivatives

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Dihydro-oxadiazine and its derivatives have been demonstrated to be important heterocyclic scaffold platform with bioactive diversity, which present wide activities such as cardiovascular, antitumor, antibacterial, antimicrobial, acricidal, insecticidal, plant-growth regulating, chitin biosynthesis inhibitors and monoamine oxidase inhibition. Versatile features of dihydro-oxadiazine heterocycles have emerged, so the aim of the present paper was to review the recent advances of dihydro-oxadiazine-based heterocyclic derivatives mainly including synthesis and biological activities.





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Keywords: Dihydro-oxadiazine; acricidal; antibacterial; antimicrobial; antitumor; biological activity; cardiovascular; chitin biosynthesis; heterocycle; heterocyclic scaffold; insecticidal; monoamine oxidase; plant-growth regulating; synthesis

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: July 1, 2011

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