Non-fluorescent azides are a class of compounds that are widely used in drug research and development due to their ability to selectively react with certain functional groups within biological systems. These compounds contain the azide functional group (-N3) which is highly reactive and can form covalent bonds with a variety of functional groups such as alcohols, amines, and thiols. This reactivity makes non-fluorescent azides an ideal tool for labeling and modifying biomolecules such as proteins, DNA, and RNA.
In drug research and development, non-fluorescent azides are used in a range of applications, including drug discovery, target identification, and drug delivery. For example, they can be used to label and track drugs in vivo, which can provide valuable information about their pharmacokinetics and biodistribution. Additionally, non-fluorescent azides have been used in the development of targeted drug delivery systems, where they are used to attach drugs to targeting molecules such as antibodies, peptides, or proteins.
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