Alfa Chemistry Launches Thiophenes as Heterocyclic Organic Compounds for Academic Research and Industrial Manufacturing

New York, USA – July 23, 2022 – Extensively existing in nature, heterocyclic organic compounds are of paramount importance in medicinal chemistry, the discovery of novel drugs in particular. Fully aware of the market demand for such chemicals, Alfa Chemistry recently announced the launch of thiophenes, a type of heterocyclic compound comprehensively ranged for scientists and researchers worldwide dedicated to exploring the versatile synthetic applicability and biological activity of thiophenes.

Consisting of a planar five-membered ring and with the molecular formula of C4H4S, thiophenes are commonly found in abundant biologically active compounds. Together with their substituted derivatives, thiophenes exhibit interesting applications in planning, organizing, and implementing new drug discovery approaches.

“Having been reported to possess a wide range of antibacterial, antifungal, antiviral, anti-inflammatory, analgesic, and antiallergic properties, thiophenes are especially prevalent among medicinal chemists who often use thiophenes as building blocks to produce combinatorial library in order to search for lead molecules,” said a representative from Alfa Chemistry. “Moreover, thiophenes and their derivatives can also be used as corrosion inhibitors of metals or in the fabrication of light-emitting diodes for material science.”

Overall, thiophene moiety hikes a great deal of interest for both medicinal chemistry and material science, hence attracting great interest in industry and academia. Below are some of the thiophenes provided by Alfa Chemistry:

4,5-Dihydro-3(2H)-thiophenone (CAS 1003-04-9), 2-Bromothiophene (CAS 1003-09-4), N-tert-Butyl-2-thiophenesulfonamide (CAS 100342-30-1), Apafant (CAS 105219-56-5), 4-Dibenzothienylboronic acid (CAS 108847-20-7), Thiophene (CAS 110-02-1), Zileuton (CAS 111406-87-2), 4,6-Dimethyldibenzothiophene (CAS 1207-12-1), Batimastat (CAS 130370-60-4), Dibenzothiophene (CAS 132-65-0), 2-Benzoylthiophene (CAS 135-00-2), 2-Bromo-3-methylthiophene (CAS 14282-76-9), Tiotropium Bromide Hydrate (CAS 139404-48-1), Prasugrel (CAS 150322-43-3), Pizotifen (CAS 15574-96-6), Bethoxazin (CAS 163269-30-5), 3-Thienylmethylamine (CAS 27757-86-4), Ethyl-thiophene-2-carboxylate (CAS 2810-04-0), 2-Thiophenecarboxylic acid (CAS 527-72-0), 5-Bromothiophene-2-sulfonamide (CAS 53595-65-6), 3-Chlorothiophene-2-carboxylic acid (CAS 59337-89-2), 2-Nitrothiophene (CAS 609-40-5), and more.

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About Alfa Chemistry

Being market-oriented and customer-centered, Alfa Chemistry has grown to be a chemical vendor widely recognized by pharmaceutical companies, universities, and research institutions worldwide. Though this year is halfway through, Alfa Chemistry never ceases steps to intensify efforts in enriching its supplies and offerings. At present, a comprehensive range of chemicals and materials are readily available for the market, including but not limited to surfactants, ionic liquids, functional polymers, MOFs, polymer-stabilizer, pheromones, organic silicon, semiconductor materials, reagents, and graphene. More recently, a large number of heterocyclic compounds have been introduced to support the academic and commercial search for a new generation of biologically active compounds.

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