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Title: Pharmacophoric model building for antitubercular activity of the individual Schiff bases of small combinatorial library.
Authors: Wesam S Abdel-Aal
Hoda Y Hassan
Tarek Aboul-Fadl
Adel F Youssef
Issue Date: 2010
Publisher: Eur J Med Chem
Abstract: Synthesis and evaluation of anti-TB activity of individual compounds of Schiff bases combinatorial library were done against Mycobacterium tuberculosis H(37)Rv at a single concentration of 6.25mug/mL according to the protocol of TAACF. Compounds 2C and 3D produced 99% inhibitory activity on the investigated organism, while the other tested compounds showed lower activity ranging from 35 to 84%. It was found that there are no relation between the anti-TB activity of the tested compounds and their lipophilicity expressed by ClogP of these compounds. A 3D pharmacophoric model has been generated by Molecular Operating Environment (MOE) using a training set of 10 reported anti-TB compounds and testing the synthesized compounds (1A, 1B, 1D, 1E, 2C, 3A, 3C, 3D, 3E and 4A-4E). The generated pharmacophoric features include, F1: hydrogen bond donors (Don), F2: aromatic rings (Aro), F3: hydrogen bond acceptors (Acc)/metal ligator (ML), F4: Aro/hydrophobic (Hyd). In all hit set, it was found that the amidic nitrogen CONH-NC fitted the region of the Don, F1, while the amidic carbonyl group fitted the region of the Acc/ML, F3. The distances bridging F1 to F2, F3 and F4 were essential for anti-TB activity in the developed pharmacophore model, as it was confirmed from model validation procedure. Copyright (c) 2009 Elsevier Masson SAS. All rights reserved
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/17116
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