1H and 13C NMR spectral assignments of chalcones bearing pyrazoline–carbothioamide groups

  title={1H and 13C NMR spectral assignments of chalcones bearing pyrazoline–carbothioamide groups},
  author={Hyuk Yoon and Seunghyun Ahn and Mijoo Park and Dong-Wook Kim and Sang Ho Kim and Dongsoo Koh and Yoongho Lim},
  journal={Magnetic Resonance in Chemistry},
Chalcones are known to act on various physiological targets. As a result, structural modifications of chalcones have been studied extensively. Benzochalcones, in which the A‐ring of chalcone is substituted with a naphthalene unit, inhibits breast cancer resistance protein. Chalcones in which the α,β‐unsaturated carbonyl group is switched with a pyrazoline moiety are potent cytotoxic agents against various cancer cell lines, and chalcones with a pyrazoline‐1‐carbothioamide group instead of an… 
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