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  • n. Plural form of enediyne.

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Examples

  • Thus cyclic diynes of 8-10 member size as well as aza-enediynes have been shown to efficiently undergo Bergman cyclization under the induction of light, metal ions or elevated temperature due to their low activation barrier

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  • Wright JM, Hynd G, Wyatt JK, Yancisin M, et al. (2000) Protein-degrading enediynes: library screening of Bergman cycloaromatization products.

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  • So far several enediynes of both synthetic and fungal metabolite origins have been shown to display strong antitumor activity

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  • USA: Marcel Dekker Inc. Fouad FS, Wright JM, Plourde G 2nd, Purohit AD, Wyatt JK, et al. (2005) Synthesis and protein degradation capacity of photoactivated enediynes.

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