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This letter describes the synthesis, structure-activity relationships, and in vivo evaluation of a new series of 2-phenylquinoxaline Tamoxifen (PQ) derivatives for imaging beta-amyloid (A beta) plaques in Alzheimer's disorder (AD). In experiments in vitro, the affinity of the derivatives to get a beta aggregates varied, with K-i values of 0.895 to 1180 nM. In brain sections from AD sufferers, derivatives that has a K-i of lower than 111 nM intensely labeled A beta plaques, whilst these with values more than 242 nM showed no marked labeling. In biodistribution experiments making use of typical cause mice, the derivatives showed good uptake into (4-69-7.59 %ID/g at 2 or 10 min postinjection) and subsequent washout from (one.48-3.08 %ID/g at 60 mm postinjection) the brain. On top of that, [F-18]PQ-6 labeled A beta plaques in vivo in APP transgenic mice, though it showed nonspecific binding within the white matter. Additional structural optimization depending on [F-18]PQ-6 might bring about more practical PET probes for imaging A beta plaques.