The fused heterocyclic formed by fusion of pyrimidine and pyrrole rings, is a solid compound with a chromatographic purity of 98%.
It displays keto and enol isomers as is reflected in its synonyms and is an important biochemical reagent and a vital nucleobase.
|Synonyms||3,7-Dihydro pyrrole[2,3] pyrimidine-4-one Pyrrolo [2,3-d]pyrimidin-4-ol 7H-Pyrrolo[2,3-d]pyrimidin-4-ol|
|Structure||(download pdf to view)|
The product as such has medicinal properties and its therapeutic use is cited as prodrug of thymidine phosphorylase inhibitor. Besides, it also finds use as a building block in the synthesis of API’s such as:
It is also used in the manufacture of a series of value-added intermediates such as:
|Appearance||–||White to Brown Solid|
|a. 1H NMR||–||Conforms to the structure|
|b. LCMS||–||Conforms to the structure|
|c. FTIR||–||Conforms to the structure|
|Purity by HPLC||%||NLT 98|
|Moisture||Wt. %||NMT 0.5|
|Largest unspecified impurity||%||NMT 0.5|
The product is stored at ambient temperature.
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A fluorinated heterocyclic which is a liquid with a halo-substituent at 4-position with respect to fluorine. The bromine atom in this case chiefly participates in condensation reactions with other chemicals that lead to an array of important intermediates, which are in turn used for various applications.
The heterocyclic is a liquid that serves as one of main coupling agents in the peptides and polypeptides production. The molecule is already activated by the presence of the aldehyde group and hence reacts readily in number of reactions.
The bi-naphthol moiety is a colorless solid. The structure depicts two naphthol rings joined at the respective 1-positions. The presence of two hydroxy groups renders the molecule highly reactive and the product forms a backbone of a variety of value-added chemicals and ligands.
Glycidol is a slightly viscous organic
compound that is characterized by presence of an epoxide in beta- position with respect to the alcoholic hydroxyl group. This renders instability to the compound resulting in a rapid decay. Hence the product is stored and transported under refrigerated conditions.