"Diarylquinolines" is a descriptor in the National Library of Medicine's controlled vocabulary thesaurus,
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A class of quinoline compounds defined by the presence of two aromatic ring structures which are attached via a side chain to carbon 3 of the qunolinyl structure. The two aromatic moieties are typically NAPTHALENE and BENZENE. Several compounds in this class are used as ANTITUBERCULAR AGENTS.
- Diarylquinoline Derivatives
- Derivatives, Diarylquinoline
- Diaryl Quinoline Derivatives
- Derivatives, Diaryl Quinoline
- Quinoline Derivatives, Diaryl
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