Triphenylethylene is an aromatic hydrocarbon, which can be used as a starting material to prepare 2,2,3-triphenyloxirane by asymmetric epoxidation reaction using fluorous chiral manganese complex as a catalyst. It is also used to prepare dihydro-4,5,5-triphenyl-2(3H)-furanone by reacting with acetic anhydride in the presence of MnO2 and NaOAc.
Journal of fluorescence, 21(5), 1969-1977 (2011-05-24)
New aggregation-induced emission (AIE) compounds derived from triphenylethylene were synthesized. The thermal, photophysical, electrochemical and aggregation-induced emissive properties were investigated. All the compounds had strong blue light emission capability and good thermal stability. Their maximum fluorescence emission wavelengths were between
Journal of steroid biochemistry, 36(5), 391-397 (1990-08-14)
The relative binding affinities of a series of twelve para-hydroxylated triphenylethylenes (TPEs) for the estradiol receptor (ER) of calf uterus cytosol were measured by a competition method. The results obtained under equilibrium conditions support the hypothesis of the additivity of
Effect of estrogenic and antiestrogenic triphenylethylene derivatives on progesterone and estrogen receptors levels of MCF-7 cells.
SAR and QSAR in environmental research, 23(1-2), 37-57 (2011-10-22)
The determination of binding affinities for the estrogen receptor (ER) is used extensively to assess potential hazards to human health and the environment arising from chemicals that can interfere with natural hormone homeostasis. Given the great number of chemicals to
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