John B. Bremner

Brian W Skelton2
Allan H White2
Siritron Samosorn1
Kirsten Benkendorff1
2Brian W Skelton
2Allan H White
1Siritron Samosorn
1Kirsten Benkendorff
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A range of brominated indole derivatives were found in the egg masses of six species of muricid molluscs. Several non-brominated indoles were also present in the eggs of two Mediterranean Muricidae, although these were not found in the Australian species. Tyrindoleninone (3), was the only compound found in all six species and is likely to be responsible for(More)
Using a common 1-(1-phenylethenyl)-1,2,3,4-tetrahydroisoquinoline precursor to the required ylide or N-oxide intermediate, the Stevens [2,3] and analogous Meisenheimer [2,3] sigmatropic rearrangements have been applied to afford concise syntheses of phenyl -substituted representatives of each of the reduced 1H-3-benzazonine and 4,3-benzoxazonine systems,(More)
In the course of studies on hybrid antibacterials incorporating 2-aryl-5-nitro-1H-indole moieties as potential bacterial NorA efflux pump inhibitors, the compound 1-[2-(5-nitro-1H-indol-2-yl)phenyl]methylpyridinium chloride (2) was synthesized and structurally characterized. This pyridinium chloride salt crystallized in the monoclinic space group P2(1)/c(More)
(+/-)-3alpha-hydroxy homoepibatidine 4 has been synthesized from the alkaloid scopolamine 5 and its properties as a nicotinic agonist assessed. While still binding strongly, the compound showed reduced agonist potency for the alpha(4)beta(2) nAChR compared with the parent compound epibatidine 1. Compound 4 also displayed generally similar binding and(More)
Novel medium- and macro-sized heterocyclic compounds were assessed for their potential as subtype-selective adrenergic ligands. Their conformational flexibilities were investigated and their geometric shapes were compared to rigid lead compounds of known selectivity. In the case of alpha 1A selective antagonists, interesting potential targets for synthesis(More)
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