Chemical Classifications

chemicals_icon Chemical Roles:
This section classifies entries on the basis of their roles played within a chemical context.

affinity label (esomeprazole) phase-transfer catalyst
antioxidant film-forming compound photochemical agent
amphiphile fluorescence quencher polar solvent
Brønsted acid food antioxidant polymerisation monomer
Brønsted base food emulsifier radical scavenger
buffer Good's buffer substance reaction intermediate
catalyst inhibitor reducing agent
chain carrier iron chelator siderophore
chelator ligand solvent
cyclic ketal Maillard reaction product surfactant
detergent aldehyde ultraviolet filter
donor nitric oxide donor  
electron acceptor nonionic surfactant  
emulsifier nucleotide  
environmental contaminant oxidising agent  
enzyme inhibitor P450 inhibitor  


Chemcial Entites:

This section classifies many of Biosynth's products according to their molecular entities, parts thereof, and chemical substances.

(Chemical roles and chemical entities courtesy of ChEBI)

acetamides L-arginine derivative
acetamido group L-aspartic acid derivative
acetate ester L-glutamic acid derivative
adenosines lipid
aldehyde L-lysine derivative
alkaloid L-phenylalanine derivative
α-amino acid L-serine derivative
α-amino acid ester L-tyrosine derivative
α-D-galactoside L-α-amino acid
α-D-glucoside methyl ester
α-D-mannoside methyl glycoside
amide monocarboxylic acid
amino acid derivative monocarboxylic acid amide
amino alcohol monochlorobenzenes
amino disaccharide monosaccharide
amino sugar monosaccharide derivative
anhydro sugar N-acetyl-β-D-glucosamine
aromatic ether nitrile
azide nitro compound
benzamides non-proteinogenic amino acid derivative
benzenes non-proteinogenic L-α-amino acid
benzoate ester non-proteinogenic α-amino acid
benzyl ether nucleoside analogue
benzyl group organic sodium salt
benzyloxycarbonyl group organic sulfide
β-D-galactoside organobromine compound
β-D-glucoside organochlorine compound
β-D-glucosiduronic acid organofluorine compound
bromo group organoiodine compound
carboxamide organophosphate oxoanion
carboxylic acid pentacyclic triterpenoid
carboxylic ester phenols
C-glycosyl compound phosphoramidite
chloro group piperidines
C-nitro compound polyphenol
coumarins primary alcohol
cyclic acetal primary amine
cyclic ketal proteinogenic amino acid
cyclic ketone proteinogenic amino acid derivative
cytidines purine 2'-deoxyribonucleoside
D-aspartic acid derivative purine ribonucleoside
deoxy sugar derivative purines
deoxyglucose pyridines
deoxyhexose derivative pyrimidine 2'-deoxyribonucleoside
dicarboxylic acid monoester pyrimidine ribonucleosides
disaccharide pyrimidines
disaccharide derivative pyrrolidines
diterpenoid quaternary ammonium ion
D-phenylalanine derivative racemate
D-serine derivative ribose derivative
D-α-amino acid salt
ester secondary alcohol
ether secondary amine
ethyl ester secondary amino compound
fatty acid ester S-glycosyl compound
(fluoren-9-ylmethoxy)carbonyl group steroid
fluorinated steroid steroid ester
fluoro group substituted aniline
furans sulfonamide
glucocorticoid terpene glycoside
glucosamine oligosaccharide tert-butoxycarbonyl group
glucosamines tertiary amine
glycerolipid tertiary amino compound
glycine derivative thioglucoside
glycoside trisaccharide derivative
guanosines triterpenoid saponin
haloindole trityl group
hydrate tryptamines
hydrochloride tryptophan derivative
hydroxyindoles uridines
indoles 11β-hydroxy steroid
isoquinolines 17α-hydroxy steroid
ketone 20-oxo steroid
L-alanine derivative 2-amino-2-deoxy-D-glucopyranose
L-arginine derivative 3-oxo Δ4-steroid
L-aspartic acid derivative 3-oxo-Δ1,Δ4-steroid
L-glutamic acid derivative 4,4'-dimethoxytriphenylmethyl group

New Additions:

Organic Phosphine Ligands

Metal phosphine complexes are often lipophilic, displaying good solubility in organic solvents. In addition, they are compatible with many metals in different oxidation states. With these features, metal phosphine complexes are useful in homogeneous catalysis. Recently, Phosphine ligands have facilitated the rapid discovery and optimization of new catalytic processes.