Charge Transfer in the Mechanism of Drug Action Involving Quinoxaline Di-N-Oxides
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4 p.; 26 cm
Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences
Cyclic voltammetry data were obtained for various 2,3‐disubstituted quinoxaline di‐N‐oxides: dimethyl, bishydroxymethyl, bisacetoxymethyl, bis‐N‐anilinomethyl, and dicarboxaldehyde hydrate. The dimethyl derivative exhibited the most negative E1/2 value, and along with the diol, showed reversible reduction for the first wave. Rationalizations of the E1/2 values are provided. Reasonable correlations exist for the electrochemical data and drug activity. The results support the diiminium theory of drug action.
Ryan, Michael D.; Scamehorn, Richard G.; and Kovacic, Peter, "Charge Transfer in the Mechanism of Drug Action Involving Quinoxaline Di-N-Oxides" (1985). Chemistry Faculty Research and Publications. 439.