Tricyclic structures in medicinal chemistry: an overview of their recent uses in non-CNS pathologies.

Abstract

Tricyclic compounds are sometimes considered as synonima of drugs healing central nervous system pathologies, although there are some well known examples of tricyclic derivatives marketed for different indications, such as antihistamines, antivirals and antiulceratives. Following the insertion of tricyclic structures in the "privileged structures" pool… (More)

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@article{Fedi2008TricyclicSI, title={Tricyclic structures in medicinal chemistry: an overview of their recent uses in non-CNS pathologies.}, author={Valentina Fedi and Alessandra Guidi and Maria Altamura}, journal={Mini reviews in medicinal chemistry}, year={2008}, volume={8 14}, pages={1464-84} }