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9,10-anthraquinone

Quantitative HPLC Determination and Extraction of Anthraquinones in Senna alata Leaves

Peptide nucleic acid-anthraquinone conjugates: Strand invasion and photoinduced cleavage of duplex DNA

Peptide nucleic acid (PNA)/DNA hybrid duplexes: Intercalation by an internally linked anthraquinone

Saccharomyces cerevisiae as an eukaryotic cell model to assess cytotoxicity and genotoxicity of three anticancer anthraquinones

Electrochemical properties of anthraquinone-capped DNA-hairpins immobilized on gold surface

Probing DNA sequences by anthraquinone-modified DNA that is immobilized on gold surface

Photo-induced DNA cleavage reaction characteristics of propargylic sulfones possessing an anthraquinone chromophore

Synthesis and properties of novel antisense oligonucleotides bearing an anthraquinone moiety at an internucleotide linkage

Simultaneous Preconcentration and Analysis of Anthraquinones Based on Ultrasound Emulsification Ionic Liquid Microextraction

The preparation of anthraquinone used in the National Toxicology Program cancer bioassay was contaminated with the mutagen 9-nitroanthracene

Aggravation of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug-induced hepatitis and acute renal failure by slimming drug containing anthraquinones

Efficient photooxidative strand cleavage at 5-methylcytosine in DNA by sensitization with 9,10-anthraquinone-tethered oligonucleotides

Synthesis and alternate-stranded triple helix forming ability of novel anthraquinone modified alpha-beta chimeric DNA

Coupling Deep Transcriptome Analysis with Untargeted Metabolic Profiling in Ophiorrhiza pumila to Further the Understanding of the Biosynthesis of the Anti-Cancer Alkaloid Camptothecin and Anthraquinones

Evaluation of a New Reagent: Anthraquinone-2-Sulfonyl Chloride for the Determination of Phenol in Water by Liquid Chromatography Using Precolumn Phase-Transfer Catalyzed Derivatization

 

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A colourless crystalling quinone; m.p. 154°C. It may be prepared by reacting benzene with phthalic anhydride. The compound is the basis of a range of dyestuffs. Alizarin is an example.

Anthraquinone

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