Making British cortisone: Glaxo and the development of corticosteroids in Britain in the 1950s-1960s.
- MedicineStudies in history and philosophy of biological and biomedical sciences
Biotransformation of Cortisone with Rhodococcus rhodnii: Synthesis of New Steroids
- Biology, ChemistryMolecules
Cortisone is a steroid widely used as an anti-inflammatory drug able to suppress the immune system, thus reducing inflammation and attendant pain and swelling at the site of an injury. Due to its…
Highly Regioselective and Stereoselective Biohydroxylations of Oxandrolone
- Chemistry, BiologyCatalysts
Efficient hydroxylations of the steroidal anabolic-androgenic lactone, oxandrolone, in the cultures of three strains of fungi indicate that these strains offer a new way to generate steroidal Hydroxylactones with potential pharmaceutical interest.
Adventures in Rhodococcus - from steroids to explosives.
- Biology, ChemistryCanadian journal of microbiology
It is demonstrated that one of these enzymes is involved in the degradation of lignin, one of the most important processes in catabolic processes that have a wide variety of applications.
Two new C-nor/D-homo corticosteroids formed by dehydration rearrangement of a 12β-hydroxy corticoid
Biotransformation of cholesterol and 16,17‐alpha epoxypregnenolone by novel Cladosporium sp. strain IS547
- BiologyJournal of basic microbiology
An efficient, rapid, and inexpensive biotransformation system for the production of active pharmaceutical intermediates for steroid drugs or intermediates is described.
Special issue—before translational medicine: laboratory clinic relations lost in translation? Cortisone and the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis in Britain, 1950–1960
- MedicineHistory and philosophy of the life sciences
In exploring cortisone’s first decade in Britain, this article focuses specifically on its role in the treatment of RA and its close analogue ACTH—AdenoCorticoTropic Hormone.
A comparative study of enol aldehyde formation from betamethasone, dexamethasone, beclomethasone and related compounds under acidic and alkaline conditions
Quest for a Cure: Potential Small-Molecule Treatments for COVID-19, Part 2
- MedicineOrganic Process Research & Development
Synthetic work that has been recently published on remdesivir is updated, an overview of several routes to molnupiravir is provided, and classical routes to dexamethasone are reviewed, including some of those more recently developed.
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In Paper II we (1) have shown that methyl 3(a)-acetoxy-11,12epoxycholanate undergoes fission of the epoxide ring with the introduction of the anionic constituent at C-11. The products of such…
Relation between biological activity of hydrocortisone analogues and their rates of inactivation by rat liver enzyme systems.
- Biology, ChemistryEndocrinology
It is stated that C-20 and δ4-3 ketone Reduction of hydrocortisone, as well as ketone reduction of a number of other steroids, occurs in a combined microsome-supernatant fraction of rat liver.
THE EFFECTS OF STRUCTURAL ALTERATION ON THE ANTI-INFLAMMATORY PROPERTIES OF HYDROCORTISONE.
- Biology, ChemistryFortschritte der Arzneimittelforschung. Progress in drug research. Progres des recherches pharmaceutiques
The present article attempts to summarize the changes in anti-inflammatory potency which attend structural alteration in the hydrocortisone molecule. An effort has been made to include — insofar as…
Bioconversion of sitosterol to useful steroidal intermediates by mutants of Mycobacterium fortuitum.
- Biology, ChemistryBiochimica et biophysica acta
Sterols. C. Diosgenin1
- Chemistry, Biology
The compound was subjected to reactions applied to sarsasapogenin and other steroidal sapogenins for the removal of the side chain, resulting in derivatives of the pregnane and androstane series.
Microbiological Oxidation of Sterols
The present experiments had a double purpose: (1) to limit the direction of the oxidation as narrowly as possible; (2) to work out a simple reproduction method, for the authors' Azotobacter react with extreme sensitivity to antagonistic bacteria, so that their culture can be made only under the strictest sterile conditions.
Central nervous system trauma and stroke. I. Biochemical considerations for oxygen radical formation and lipid peroxidation.
- ChemistryFree radical biology & medicine
Central nervous system trauma and stroke. II. Physiological and pharmacological evidence for involvement of oxygen radicals and lipid peroxidation.
- Medicine, BiologyFree radical biology & medicine
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Complement Fixation Test in Contagious Ecthyma
- Biology, MedicineNature
The observations clearly indicate that the condition known as contagious ecthyma of the lips, infectious or contagious pustular dermatitis or stomatitis and infectious labial dermatitis has an extensive geographical distribution.