MED CHEM Func Groups

Aromatic, Non-Aromatic, or ANti-Aromatic

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Aromatic

Aromatic, Non-Aromatic, or ANti-Aromatic

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Aromatic
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Aromatic

This structure is the pharmacophore for 40% of antibiotics. It is termed________

 

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Beta-Lactam

Name this functional group

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Carbamate

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Toluene

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Aniline

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Nitrile

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Nitrosamine

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Alkene/Olefin

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Quinoline

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Quinolone

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pyridine

name this functional group

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Thioester

Name this Functional Group

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Nitrosos group

Name this 

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imidazole

name this structure

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Pyrrole

 

Name this structure

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Furan
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Thiophene

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Indole

Name this structure

 

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Benzofuran

Name this structure 

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Benzothiophene

Name the functional group

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Guanidine

Name the group

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Pyrazole

Name?

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oxazole

Name?

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Pyrimidine

Name?

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Benzimidazole

Name?

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isoquinoline

Group name?

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catechol

Phenols PKA?

 

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9-11

Name functional group

 

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Napthalene

Structural group? (HINT: 4)

 

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tetrahydronaphthalene

Functional group?

 

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Piperizine

 

[It is a core functional group seen in LATUDA]

Remember this position!!!!

 

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