Molecule of the Week Archive

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A

Abacavir – 3/12/07

Abscisic acid – 10/7/13

Abyssinone II – 10/4/10

Acesulfame Potassium – 5/9/05

Acetaminophen – 9/15/14

Acetone – 4/9/12

Acetonitrile – 5/27/13

Acetylene – 1/15/07

Acetylfentanyl – 11/11/13

Acrylic Acid – 10/22/07

Adamantane – 7/6/09

Adapalene – 7/18/05

ADDA – 11/17/14

Adenosine – 7/5/10

Adipic acid – 2/9/15

Aflatoxin B1 – 9/28/09

Albuterol – 3/16/15

Alectinib 6/13/16

Allicin – 6/20/05

Allopurinol - 8/21/17

Alloxan – 2/1/16

Allyl Isocyanate – 12/31/07

Alprazolam – 11/3/14

Aluminum Chloride – 4/7/08

Amaranth – 9/24/12

Ambroxol – 8/1/16

Amentoflavone – 9/19/05

6-Aminopenicillanic Acid – 10/23/06

Amlexanox – 4/15/13

Amphetamine – 1/4/10

Anabasine – 12/29/08

Anandamide – 2/14/05

Anatoxin-a – 7/21/08

Anethole - 6/12/17

Aniline – 11/30/09

Anthramycin – 9/9/13

Antimony Trisulfide – 7/3/06

L-Arginine  - 9/25/17

Arsenicin A – 3/29/10

Arsole – 4/18/11

Artemisinin - 12/12/05

Ascorbic Acid – 1/1/07

Aspergillomarasmine A – 8/4/14

Aspirin – 6/4/12

Astaxanthin - 2/28/05

Atorvastatin - 10/24/05

Atrazine – 5/10/10

Avermectins – 11/2/15

1,1′-Azobis(1H-tetrazole) – 9/3/12

2,2’-Azobis(isobutyronitrile) – 2/16/09

Azodicarbonamide – 4/7/14

Azulene – 3/30/15

B

Barium Sulfate – 1/21/08

1,2-Benzenedithiol – 1//11/10

Benzocaine – 8/7/06

Benzoic Anhydride – 3/8/10

1,4-Benzoquinone – 11/23/09

Benzoyl Isothiocyanate – 9/26/16

Benzoyl Peroxide – 6/18/07

6-Benzyladenine – 4/18/16  

Berberine – 12/16/13

Betulinic Acid – 7/25/05

Bexarotene – 7/30/12

Bilrubin - 3/27/17

BINAP – 9/1/08

Biotin – 3/21/11

4-Biphenylyl-L-alanine – 3/9/15

Birinapant – 7/1/13

Bisphenol A – 1/9/12

Bis(2-ethylhexyl) Phthalate – 4/14/08

Bismuth Subsalicylate – 11/28/05

Bisabolol – 5/21/07

Borazine – 3/9/09

Boric Acid – 1/8/07

Boron Trifluoride – 8/24/09

Bortezomib – 2/22/10

Bosutinib – 9/10/12

Boswellic Acid – 12/21/12

Brassinolide – 10/24/11

Brincidofovir – 1/26/15

Bullvalene - 1/3/05

Bupivacaine – 7/17/06

Bupropion – 5/2/11

1,3 Butadiene – 2/26/07

Butanone – 12/1/14

2-sec-Butyl-4,5–dihydrothiazole – 3/26/12

Bryostatin 1 – 11/6/17

C

Cadaverine
- 5/19/08
- 10/31/11

Cadmium selenide – 10/9/17

Caffeine – 11/13/06

Calcipotriol – 11/26/07

Calcite – 8/29/05

Calcitriol – 5/31/10

Calcium Chloride – 10/6/08

Calcium Fluoride – 8/11/08

Callistephin – 7/17/17

Camphene – 12/24/12

Cannabidiol - 2/6/17

Capsaicin – 8/18/08

Carbamide Peroxide – 7/30/07

Carbendazim – 6/11/12

Carbofuran – 10/13/08

Carbon Disulfide – 5/5/08

Carbon Monoxide – 4/18/05

Carbon Nanotubes – 7/9/07

Carbonyl sulfide - 7/24/17

Carboplatin – 1/17/05, 3/20/06

Caprolactam – 9/19/16

Carminic Acid – 2/5/07

Carnosic Acid – 5/12/14

β-Carotene – 11/24/08

(S)-(+)-Carvone – 8/21/06

Ceftaroline – 8/18/14

Celecoxib – 9/26/05

Cellulose – 1/19/09

Cephalosporin C, one of the Woodward molecules - 4/10/17

Ceramide – 2/21/05

Chamazulene – 6/27/06

Chitin – 9/11/06

Chloramine-T – 9/5/11

Chlordecone – 4/8/13

Chlorhexidine – 6/23/14

Chlorine Pentafluoride – 1/3/11

Chlorodifluoromethane - 6/19/17

Chlorogenic acid – 6/10/13

Chlorophyll a – 8/17/06

Chloropicrin – 3/2/15

Chlorotoxin – 11/10/14

Chlorpyrifos - 11/8/10

Cholecalciferol – 3/7/11

Cholesterol – 8/14/06

Choline – 1/18/16

Cinchonidine – 7/27/09

Ciprofloxacin – 5/30/16 

Cisplatin – 1/14/08

CLD-1 - 1/31/05

Clobetasol propionate - 8/17/15

Clopidogrel – 8/1/11

Clothianidin – 2/17/14

Codeine – 1/25/10

Coenzyme A – 7/20/09

Coenzyme Q10 – 8/31/09

Colchicine, one of the Woodward molecules - 4/10/17

Congo Red – 9/8/14 

Complanadine A – 8/23/10

Corannulene – 8/6/12

Coronene - 4/10/06

Cortisone – 6/22/09

Cortistatin A – 9/7/09

Courmarin – 12/14/09

p-Coumaric acid – 7/29/13

Crizotinib – 10/25/10

Crocetin – 1/3/06

Cryptoxanthin – 2/11/08

Cubane – 3/10/08

Curcumin – 3/7/05

Cyanuric Acid – 9/21/09

Cyclodextrins – 9/21/15

Cyclopentadiene – 4/21/08|

Cyclopentazole anion - 12/12/16

Cyclopropane – 9/17/12

Cycloguanil – 5/26/08

D-Cycloserine - 3/21/16

Cystamine – 1/13/14

Cytochalasin B – 5/11/15

D

D-Cycloserine – 3/21/16

Dabigatran Etexilate – 11/15/10

ß-Damascenone – 3/14/05

Damnacanthal – 8/25/08

Decaborane – 7/14/08

DEET – 9/22/08

Dendralenes – 4/11/16

Desloratadine – 6/5/06

Deutetrabenazine - 5/22/17

Dextromethorphan – 1/6/14

(DHQD)2PHAL – 3/16/09

Diaboline – 11/5/12

Diacetyl – 11/26/12

3,4-Diaminopyridine – 1/10/11

Diazepam – 7/4/16

9,10-Dibromoanthracene – 4/25/16

p-Dichlorobenzene – 11/14/11

2,4-Dichlorophenoxyacetic acid – 8/27/12

Dieldrin – 6/20/16

Dimethicone – 2/19/07

Dimethylamylamine – 8/29/11

Dimethyl Carbonate – 8/20/12

Dimethylformamide – 8/3/09

Dimethyl Fumarate – 6/1/09

2,5-Dimethylfuran – 1/31/11

Docosahexaenoic Acid – 2/12/07

Dolasetron – 5/9/11

Domoic Acid – 7/13/09

L-Dopa – 5/11/09

Dopamine – 9/9/06

Drosophilin A – 10/17/11

Drospirenone – 6/23/08

DSIP – 11/28/11

Deutetrabenazine - 5/22/17

May 22, 2017

 

My six D atoms make me last longer. What molecule am I?

Tetrabenazine is a drug that was introduced in the 1950s as a tranquilizer. Since then it has been used to treat diseases such as Huntington’s chorea, Tourette syndrome, and hemiballismus.

This year, Israeli pharmaceutical giant Teva introduced an improved version of tetrabenazine: a hexadeuterated form called deutetrabenazine. The six deuterium atoms are shown in green in the 3-D image.

The new drug takes advantage of the hydrogen–deuterium kinetic isotope effect, in which replacing hydrogen with deuterium slows the decomposition rate and allows it to remain in the body longer than the original.

In April, the US Food and Drug Administration approved deutetrabenazine for treating Huntington’s chorea. It is the first deuterated drug approved by the agency.

 
 
 
 
Molecule of the Week: Deutetrabenazine
 
 

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May 22, 2017

 

My six D atoms make me last longer. What molecule am I?

Tetrabenazine is a drug that was introduced in the 1950s as a tranquilizer. Since then it has been used to treat diseases such as Huntington’s chorea, Tourette syndrome, and hemiballismus.

This year, Israeli pharmaceutical giant Teva introduced an improved version of tetrabenazine: a hexadeuterated form called deutetrabenazine. The six deuterium atoms are shown in green in the 3-D image.

The new drug takes advantage of the hydrogen–deuterium kinetic isotope effect, in which replacing hydrogen with deuterium slows the decomposition rate and allows it to remain in the body longer than the original.

In April, the US Food and Drug Administration approved deutetrabenazine for treating Huntington’s chorea. It is the first deuterated drug approved by the agency.

 
 
 
 
Molecule of the Week: Deutetrabenazine
 
 

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E

Ebselen – 6/03/13

Ectoine – 5/30/05

Ephedrine – 11/27/06

Epothilone-A – 5/16/05

all-cis-Epoxyeicosatrienoic acid – 9/28/15

Eritoran – 7/8/13

Erythromycin – 5/20/13

Escitalopram – 4/28/08

Estradiol – 11/4/05

ß-Estradiol – 5/2/05

Eteplirsen – 1/16/17

Ethambutol – 5/4/15

Ethanethiol – 12/17/07

Ethanol – 6/25/07

Ethylene – 12/18/06

Ethylene Glycol – 12/18/06

Etoposide – 11/30/15

Eucalyptol - 11/21/16

Eugenol – 6/19/06

Evacetrapib and Anacetrapib – 2/22/16

Exiguamine A and B – 9/29/08

F

Fenethylline hydrochloride – 10/16/17

Fenobam – 9/19/11

Ferrocene – 3/27/06

Finasteride – 4/13/09

Firefly luciferin – 10/26/15

Flucytosine - 4/17/17

Fluocinonide – 7/22/13

Fluorescein – 3/25/13

FluorodecylPOSS – 8/10/09

Folic Acid – 1/16/12

Forchlorfenuron - 7/31/17

Formaldehyde – 5/30/06

Formamide – 6/22/15

Fructose - 8/28/17

Fuchsine – 4/6/09

2,5-Furandicarboxylic acid – 11/13/17

Furaneol – 7/20/15

G

Galanthamine – 2/1/10

Gallic Acid – 7/11/07

Ganoderic Acid – 8/22/05

Geraniol – 3/28/05

Geranylacetone - 4/24/17

Gingerol – 11/21/11

D-Glucaric acid – 6/26/17

D-Glucose – 7/2/12

α-Glucose-1-phosphate - 7/28/08

Glucosepane - 2/29/16

Glutarimide dioxime - 5/9/16

Glutathione - 5/29/17

L-Glutamine - 9/25/17

Glycerine – 9/4/07

Glycine – 8/8/16

Glyoxal – 4/2/12

Glyphosate – 10/4/09

Gossyplure – 11/6/06

Guaiacol – 6/20/11

Guaifenesin - 11/21/05

H

Haplophytine – 10/19/09

Harmonine – 8/19/13

Helium disodium compound - 5/1/17

Heme – 1/17/11

Hemoglobin – 2/25/13

Heparin – 6/9/08

Hexabromocyclododecane – 8/5/13

Hexamethylene triperoxide diamine - 1/9/17

Hexanal – 2/16/15

cis-3-Hexen-1-ol – 10/30/17

Hexobarbital – 3/19/12

Hinokitiol – 9/4/17

Histamines – 5/22/06

Humulone – 11/19/12

Hydramethylnon – 2/27/12

Hydrazine – 9/20/10

Hydrocortisone – 10/28/13

Hydrogen Cyanide – 12/6/10

8-Hydroxyquinoline Sulfate – 3/19/07

Hyoscyamine – 3/19/07

 

I

Ibogaine – 06/16/14

Ibrutinib – 04/20/15

Icaridin – 03/28/16  

Imidacloprid – 8/25/14

Imidazolidinyl Urea – 8/20/07

Indigo – 4/23/12

Inulin – 5/16/11

Ionone - 4/24/17

Isoamyl Acetate – 10/15/07

Isocytosine – 6/7/10

Isoeugenol – 11/25/13

Isoflavone – 1/9/06

Isoniazid – 8/15/05

Isoprene – 1/18/10

Isosorbide – 11/22/10

Ivermectins – 11/2/15

J

Jacobsen's Catalyst – 5/29/07

Jasmonic Acid – 4/11/11

K

Kaempferol – 11/29/10

Ketamine – 5/25/15

Ketene – 6/27/16

Krypton Difluoride – 6/29/15

L

D-(+)-Lactose – 6/17/13

Lanosterol – 9/14/15

Lansoprazole – 9/8/15

Lead Carbonate – 11/5/07

Lead Chromate – 10/29/07

Levoglucosan – 1/30/12

Levoglucosenone – 1/30/06

Levulinic Acid – 1/12/09

Lidocaine – 4/3/06

Linalool
- 12/4/06
- 4/16/12

Linezolid – 10/6/14

Lisdexamfetamine – 3/3/08

Lisinopril – 4/25/11

Lithium Bromide – 9/12/05

LSD – 5/5/14

Lomitapide – 4/29/13

Loperamide – 8/6/07

Lophine – 12/15/08

Loratadine – 7/10/06

Losartan – 7/9/12

Lovastatin – 2/9/09

Lucifer Yellow – 10/29/12

Lugdunin - 12/5/16

Luteolin – 10/11/10

Lycopene - 7/31/17

Lysergic acid, one of the Woodward molecules - 4/10/17

M

Maleic Anhydride – 2/23/09

Malonic acid - 3/21/17

Maltol – 10/16/06

Malvidin – 10/13/14

Manganese Dioxide – 7/5/05

D-Mannitol – 7/7/08

Mauveine– 4/22/13

Mebutamate – 12/14/15

Melamine – 8/17/09

Melatonin – 7/11/11

Meldonium – 7/11/16

Meldrum’s Acid – 4/12/10

Meloxicam - 3/13/17

Menthol - 12/26/16

Mephedrone – 1/2/12

Mescaline – 12/20/10

Methanesulfonic acid – 8/22/16

Methanethiol – 12/10/07

Methanol – 3/11/13

Methicillin– 1/28/13

Methionylmethionine – 7/18/16

Methotrexate – 1/16/12

Methylene Blue – 6/13/11

Methyl formate – 1/27/14

Methyl Isocyanate – 3/28/11

Methylisothiazolinone - 11/28/16

Methyl Paraben – 8/27/07

Methylphenidate – 5/25/10

1-Methylpiperazine – 11/18/13

N-Methyl-2-pyrrolidone – 12/28/09

Methyl Salicylate - 8/20/06

Metronidazole – 1/23/06

Miconazole – 7/16/07

Midazolam – 6/15/15

Mifepristone – 4/27/09

Minoxidil – 12/26/05, 3/17/08

Mitragynine - 2/27/17

Modafinil – 9/2/06

Molecular motor – 9/11/17

Monosodium Glutamate – 1/24/05

Montelukast – 3/14/16

Moronic Acid – 12/26/11

Morphine – 12/22/08

Mupirocin – 12/3/12

Musk ketone - 5/8/17

N

Nakadomarin A – 5/7/12

Naloxone – 5/23/16  

Naproxen – 5/18/09

Neon – 12/22/14

Nepetalactone – 2/15/10

Niacin - 4/25/05

Nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide 1/5/15, 8/14/17

Nitric oxide - 2/4/13

Nitrobenzene – 3/6/06

Nitrogen Triiodide – 6/29/09

Nitromethane – 5/18/15

Nitrous oxide – 1/14/13

Nobel catenane – 10/17/16

O

Obeticholic adic - 10/3/16

Octane – 8/13/07

(±)-1-Octen-3-ol – 3/24/14

β-ODAP – 2/24/14

Olanzapine – 1/22/07

(S)-Olean – 8/13/12

Oleoylethanolamide - 4/3/17

Omecamtiv mecarbil – 6/3/11

Omeprazole - 7/3/17

Orange B – 5/8/06

Orlistat – 2/8/10

Oroidin – 3/14/11

Ouabain – 12/17/12

Oxalic Acid – 7/11/05

Oxamide – 3/22/10

8-Oxoguanine – 10/1/12

Oxymorphone - 8/7/17

Oxytocin – 2/20/12

Ozone – 6/2/08

P

Palau’amine – 7/26/10

Pancuronium bromide – 1/7/13

Pantothenic Acid – 10/17/05

Paraffin – 3/13/06

Paraquat - 3/17/14

Pafuramidine – 12/19/11

Paroxetine – 9/14/09

cis-Pellitorin – 4/20/09

Pemetrexed – 1/16/12

Pentaborane – 8/16/10

Pentacene – 1/28/08

Pentalinonsterol – 1/25/15

Pentamidine - 5/15/17

Pentobarbital – 7/7/14

Perfluorooctanoic acid – 8/10/15

Perfluorotributylamine – 3/3/14 

1,10-Phenanthroline – 10/20/08

Phenolphthalein – 12/5/05

Phenothiazine – 6/14/10

Phenylboronic acid – 1/5/09

Phorbol – 8/15/16

Phosgene – 11/17/08

O-Phosphoserine – 2/6/12

Phthalocyanine – 8/11/14

Phycocyanobilin – 4/28/14

α-Pinene – 5/14/12

Pioglitazone – 11/16/2015

Piperine – 3/13/06

Pirfenidone – 12/8/14

Piracetam – 8/15/11

Platensimycin – 1/20/12

Polydimethylsiloxane – 4/14/14

Polymyxins – 1/11/16

Poly(vinyl alcohol) – 4/23/07

Porphine - 10/31/2016

Posaconazole – 12/12/11

Prednisone – 6/22/09

Proflavine - 9/5/05

Promethazine – 2/6/06

Propranolol – 8/9/10

Propofol
10/10/11
– 8/1/05

n-Propyl gallate – 6/24/13

Prostaglandin E2 - 7/10/17

Protectin D1 - 5/13/13

Prussian blue - 1/23/17

Pseudoephedrine - 2/20/17

Psilocybin - 10/2/17

Putrescine – 10/31/11

Pyrabactin – 12/21/09

Pyridoxal 5-phosphate – 12/31/12

Pyriproxyfen – 10/3/11

Pyruvic Acid – 5/4/09

Q

Quebecol  – 7/14/14

Quercetin – 12/6/13

Quinine – 5/14/07

R

Raloxifene – 4/24/06

Rapamycin – 10/12/09

Rapamycin – 7/25/16

Rebaudioside M - 3/6/17

Regadenoson – 3/12/12

Reserpine, one of the Woodward molecules - 4/10/17

trans-Resveratrol – 7/31/06

Retinoic acid – 6/9/14

Rhodamine 6G – 4/16/07

Riboflavin – 12/7/15

Rolipram – 6/6/16

Rosiglitazone – 11/1/10

Rosmarinic Acid – 5/12/14

Rotenone – 3/10/14

S

Sabinene – 11/24/14

Salicylic acid – 8/24/15

Salvinorin A – 5/28/12

Sanguinarine – 10/31/05

Sarin – 8/4/08

Sceptrin – 1/19/15

Scopolamine – 10/21/13

Serotonin – 10/14/13

Sildenafil – 11/3/08

Simvastatin – 5/25/09

Shogaol – 11/21/11

Skatole – 3/5/12

Sodium Borohydride – 5/12/08

Sodium Dithionite – 11/2/09

Sodium Fluoride – 9/4/06, 2/18/08

Sodium Hypochlorite – 6/30/08

Sodium laureth sulfate – 10/23/17

Sodium Nitrate – 4/30/07

Sodium stibogluconate – 10/12/15

Sodium Tetrahydroaluminate – 5/23/05

Sodium Thiopental – 1/4/16

Solvent blue 36 – 6/30/14

Sorbic Acid – 11/12/07

Spermidine – 2/13/12

Spermine – 2/13/12

Spinosyn A – 9/26/11

Squalamine – 10/27/08

Steviol – 9/29/14

Streptomycin – 10/20/14

Strigol – 2/15/16

Strychnine – 12/2/13

Styrene - 6/8/15

Succinic Acid – 3/30/09

Sucrose – 10/30/06

Sudan 1 – 4/4/05

Sulfamethazine – 8/12/13

Sulfanilamide – 8/30/10

Sulfasalazine – 2/20/06

Sulfolane – 4/26/10

Sulfoxaflor – 10/5/15

Sulfur Mustard – 7/16/12

Sulfuryl Fluoride – 3/23/09

Super Bowl – 2/7/05

syn-Propanethial S-oxide – 1/21/13

Syringol – 8/31/15

T

Tacrine – 1/16/06

Tafamidis – 4/19/10

Tamoxifen – 7/23/07

Tannase – 11/23/15

Tanshinone IIA – 5/26/14

Tantalum arsenide - 1/30/17

L-(+)-Tartaric Acid – 11/10/08

Taurine – 10/1/07

Teixobactin – 2/2/15

Telcagepant – 9/15/08

Testosterone – 6/13/05

Tetarimycin A – 2/18/13

Tetraborane – 3/31/08

Tetracyanoethylene – 7/15/13

Tetracycline – 3/4/13

(Z)-5-Tetradecen-1-ol – 3/18/13

Tetraethyllead – 12/3/07

Tetrahydrofuran – 7/27/15

Thalidomide – 5/17/10

L-Theanine – 6/15/09

Theobromine – 8/22/11

Thiamethoxam – 10/15/12

1,4-Thiazine – 9/2/13

Thimerosol – 8/8/11

Thiourea – 3/15/10

α-Thujone - 6/16/08

Thymolphthalein – 9/18/06

Titanium Dioxide – 6/27/05

δ-Tocotrienol – 9/16/13

Tofacitinib and Ruxolitinib – 3/7/16

Tramadol – 12/12/14

Tramatic acid - 11/7/16

trans-Cinnamic acid – 4/21/14

Trehalose – 3/21/05

17β-Trenbolone – 12/30/13

1-Triacontanol – 2/25/08

Tributyltin Oxide – 2/4/08

2,4,6-Trichloroanisole – 12/23/13

Trichloramine – 8/29/16  

Trichloroisocyanuric Acid – 3/2/09

Trichoviridin – 12/7/09

Triclocarban – 3/31/14

Triclosan – 5/3/10

Triethylenetetramine – 7/21/14

2,4,6-Trinitrotoluene – 7/23/12

Triphenylbismuth - 3/26/07

Triphenylphosphine – 2/2/09

Triptycene – 12/01/08

Tris(8-hydroxyquinolinato)aluminum – 12/29/14

Tropinone - 10/10/16

Tryptophan – 11/20/06, 11/20/17

D-Tubocurarine – 2/11/13

Tyramine – 12/19/05

L-Tyrosine – 7/13/15

Tyrosol – 1/7/08

U

Uranium Hexafluoride – 2/28/11

Uric Acid – 2/27/06

Urushiol - 7/24/06, 9/10/07

V

Valaciclovir – 4/1/13

Vancomycin – 9/5/16

Vanillin – 9/12/16

Vinpocetine – 2/3/14

4-Vinylguaiacol – 5/6/13

Vitamin A – 6/9/14

VX – 7/16/12

W

Warfarin – 12/13/10

Whiskey Lactone – 9/27/10

Withaferin A - 12/19/16

Woodward molecules - 4/10/17

X

Xanthine – 5/15/06

Xanthohumol – 4/6/15

Xenon Difluoride – 2/7/11

Xenon tetroxide – 10/8/12

p-Xylene – 10/26/09

Xylitol – 5/2/06

Y

Yohimbine – 2/14/11

Z

Zeatin – 5/19/14

Zinc oxide – 9/22/14

Zinc pyrithione – 2/10/14 

Zingerone – 9/25/06, 11/21/11

Zingiberene – 11/24/14

Zolpidem – 2/23/15

 

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