Apoptosis-inducing effect of a palladium(II) saccharinate complex of terpyridine
on human breast cancer cells in vitro and in vivo.
The structure, an alternated copolymer of fluorene and terpyridine
, namely, poly[(9,9-bis(3-((S)-2- methylbutylpropanoate))fluorene-alt-6,6'-(2,2':6' ,2" terpyridin-6-yl)] (LaPPS71), is depicted in Figure 1.
Weyhermuller et al., "Novel mononuclear Cu (II) terpyridine
complexes: Impact of fused ring thiophene and thiazole head groups towards DNA/BSA interaction, cleavage and antiproliferative activity on HepG2 and triple negative CAL-51 cell line," European Journal of Medicinal Chemistry, vol.
In particular, our interests are concerned in terthiophenes bearing free and complexed nitrogen ligands (terpyridine
or phenanthroline) [13-16].
The polystyrene-based terpyridine
polymer was prepared from 4-chloromethyl styrene .
Gibson, "Novel triphenylamine-modified ruthenium(II) terpyridine
complexes for nickel oxide-based cathodic dye-sensitized solar cells," RSC Advances, vol.
molecules to create the framework and zinc atoms as a structural glue, the molecules form structures that are able to self-assemble, giving it the ability to automatically heal after a break.
The coordinated nitrogen atom of the central pyridine unit of tridentate ligand of complex 4 has the lowest spin-spin coupling among all its coordinated nitrogen of the ligands while no significant variation is observed for the three coordinated nitrogen atoms of the terpyridine
unit of complex 5.
A difficult synthesis of modified terpyridine
ligands is one of the major factors.
was discovered in 1931, they say, and has been shown to lend itself to the construction of specific, stable metal complexes with unique properties that can easily be tuned by the choice of the metal ion and/or the structural modification.