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Title: Dataset of NMR-Spectra Pyrrolyl- and Indolylazines and Evidence of Their Ability to Induce Heat Shock Genes Expression in Human Neurons
Authors: Dutysheva, E. A.
Utepova, I. A.
Trestsova, M. A.
Anisimov, A. S.
Charushin, V. N.
Chupakhin, O. N.
Margulis, B. A.
Guzhova, I. V.
Lazarev, V. F.
Issue Date: 2021
Publisher: Elsevier Inc.
Elsevier BV
Citation: Dataset of NMR-Spectra Pyrrolyl- and Indolylazines and Evidence of Their Ability to Induce Heat Shock Genes Expression in Human Neurons / E. A. Dutysheva, I. A. Utepova, M. A. Trestsova et al. // Data in Brief. — 2021. — Vol. 39. — 107562.
Abstract: These data are related to our previous paper “Synthesis and approbation of new neuroprotective chemicals of pyrrolyl- and indolylazine classes in a cell model of Alzheimer's disease” (Dutysheva et al., 2021), in which we demonstrate neuroprotective abilities of pyrrolyl- and indolylazines in a cell model of Alzheimer's disease. Using a novel procedure of photocatalysis we have synthesized a group of new compounds. The current article presents nuclear magnetic resonance spectra including heteronuclear single quantum coherence spectra of chemicals synthesized by us. The effect of new compounds have on heat shock proteins genes expression in reprogrammed human neurons are presented. We also presented data that verify neuronal phenotype of reprogrammed cells. © 2021
Keywords: GREEN CHEMISTRY
HEAT SHOCK GENES
INDOLYLAZINES
NUCLEAR MAGNETIC RESONANCE
PHOTOCATALYSIS
PYRROLYLAZINES
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10995/111769
Access: info:eu-repo/semantics/openAccess
SCOPUS ID: 85107161418
PURE ID: 28947357
ISSN: 2352-3409
metadata.dc.description.sponsorship: Funding: This work was supported by the Russian Foundation for Basic Research [Grant No. 20–33–70102], and by the Russian Science Foundation [grant number 18–74–10087].
RSCF project card: 18-74-10087
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