Hydantoins as Anticonvulsants. VI. 5-Substituted-Alkoxy Derivatives of 5-Phenylhydantoin

Hydantoins as Anticonvulsants. VI. 5-Substituted-Alkoxy Derivatives of 5-Phenylhydantoin

Date: January 1954
Creator: Hoffman, James Rucker
Description: No derivatives of 5-phenylhydantoin with an oxygen atom attached directly in the five position of the hydantoin nucleus have been found in the literature. It was therefore considered of interest to synthesize a series of compounds of this type to determine the effect of the change of the position of the oxygen atom on anticonvulsant activity.
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Synthesis of some 1-Substituted-2-Methylnaphthimidazole-4,9-Diones

Synthesis of some 1-Substituted-2-Methylnaphthimidazole-4,9-Diones

Date: August 1957
Creator: Peterson, Harold W.
Description: Imidazole derivatives of 1,4-naphthoquinones are found to have biological activity which interferes with the utilization of vitamin K or of the purines since they have groups common to these two classes of compounds. This thesis shows the preparation of some 1-substituted-naphthimidazole-4,9-diones for possible biological activity.
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The Synthesis of 5-Hetero-Substituted Dihydro-4,6(1H,5H)-Pyrimidinediones

The Synthesis of 5-Hetero-Substituted Dihydro-4,6(1H,5H)-Pyrimidinediones

Date: January 1959
Creator: Matthews, Don Morris
Description: This thesis describes the attempt to synthesize some 5-hetero-substituted dihydro-4,6(1H,5H)-pyrimidinediones as possible anticonvulsants.
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Studies in the Hydantoin Series. II. 5-(3-Pyridyl)hydantoin and Its Derivatives

Studies in the Hydantoin Series. II. 5-(3-Pyridyl)hydantoin and Its Derivatives

Date: 1957
Creator: Banta, Marion Calvin
Description: It is the purpose of this investigation to study the chemistry of 5-(3-pyridyl)hydantoin and to compare its properties with those of 5-phenylhydantoin.
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Reactions of Pyridine N-oxide and 4-picoline N-oxide

Reactions of Pyridine N-oxide and 4-picoline N-oxide

Date: 1957
Creator: Cavitt, Stanley Bruce
Description: In this paper, some of the work by Talbott has been repeated and other reactions of 4-picoline and pyridine N-oxides with aromatic halogen compounds have been investigated.
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Hydantoins as Anticonvulsants. V. 5-Substituted-Amino Derivatives of 5-Phenylhydantoin

Hydantoins as Anticonvulsants. V. 5-Substituted-Amino Derivatives of 5-Phenylhydantoin

Date: August 1950
Creator: Jeanes, Dewey Perry
Description: This thesis describes the preparation of 5-substituted-amino derivatives of 5-phenylhydantoin. The hydantoin derivatives are to be tested for anticonvulsant activity by the Pharmacology Department of the Eli Lilly Company of Indianapolis, Indiana.
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The Incidence of Escherichia Coli and other Coliform Organisms on Seventy-One Samples of Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Purchased from Eight Grocery Stores in Denton, Texas

The Incidence of Escherichia Coli and other Coliform Organisms on Seventy-One Samples of Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Purchased from Eight Grocery Stores in Denton, Texas

Date: 1945
Creator: Scoggin, Frances Grammar
Description: This investigation has for its aim the explanation of the incidence of colon bacteria on a number of food samples purchased in grocery stores of Denton, Texas, by an analysis of correlative sanitary factors.
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Barbituric Acids.  VII.  5-alkyl-derivatives of 5-ethoxy-barbituric Acid

Barbituric Acids. VII. 5-alkyl-derivatives of 5-ethoxy-barbituric Acid

Date: January 1955
Creator: Hyde, Harold Wayne
Description: A great deal of research has been devoted in recent years to the search for new drugs for the treatment of epilepsy and related convulsive disorders. This emphasis is occasioned by the fact that no one drug is effective for all patients, and also by the fact that the toxicity of a drug varies considerably from one patient to another. Among the most effective drugs are certain members of the hydantoin and barbituric acid series. For some time there has been in progress in this laboratory an investigation of members of these two series in which a hetro atom attached directly to the hetrocyclic nucleus is introduced into the side chain at position five of these two series.
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Barbituric Acids.  V.  5-substituted-mercapto Derivatives of 5-isoamylbarbituric Acid

Barbituric Acids. V. 5-substituted-mercapto Derivatives of 5-isoamylbarbituric Acid

Date: August 1952
Creator: Peterson, Paul Eugene
Description: Since no mention has been found in the literature of any 5-substituted mercapto-5-alkyl derivatives of barbituric acid, it was thought to be of interest to prepare a series of compounds containing sulfur attached directly to the barbituric acid nucleus. 5-substituted mercapto-5-isoamylbarbituric acids were chosen as representative of barbituric acids in which the alkyl group has a fairly high molecular weight.
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A Study of the Bromination Products of Phenylmercaptoacetic Acid

A Study of the Bromination Products of Phenylmercaptoacetic Acid

Date: August 1954
Creator: Schimelpfenig, Clarence William
Description: This investigation was begun in order to determine the nature of the 104 degree melting compound prepared by Ashmore and to determine which isomers and their relative amounts are produced during bromination of phenylmercaptoacetic acid.
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