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Quinolinium Structure as Labeled Biomarkers

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In this study the compatible chemical and biological investigations of several N-phenylquinolinium derivatives have been carried out in order to find the most perspective quinolinium structures for the nuclear-chemical synthesis of tritium labeled biomarkers.

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Shchepina, N. , Avrorin, V. , Badun, G. , Alexandrova, G. , Agafonova, I. and Popova, N. (2014) Quinolinium Structure as Labeled Biomarkers. Open Journal of Synthesis Theory and Applications, 3, 21-26. doi: 10.4236/ojsta.2014.33004.

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