Institute of Crystallography - CNR

Synthesis, structural, biocomputational modeling and antifungal activity of novel armed pyrazoles

Nowadays, facile and short synthesis of new antifungal pyrazole-derivatives ligands has attracted increasing attention due to their simplicity and effectiveness. In here, we have prepared a new family of pyrazole in one step by condensation of [NNOH:(1H-pyrazol-1-yl)methanol], [NCOH:(3,5-dimethyl-1H-pyrazol-1-yl)methanol], and [NOCOH:ethyl1-(hydroxymethyl)-5-methyl-1H-pyrazole-3carboxylate] with several amines ligands. All structures of L1-L10, were structured by spectroscopies methods, particularly FTIR, 1H-NMR, 13C-NMR, plus (EA%)-elemental analysis, as well as, the evaluation of its antifungal properties against Fusarium Oxysporum Albedinis (FOA). The important substantial results were obtained for the compounds L1, L4, L5 and L8 with MIC50 78-92 µg/mL. Bioinformatics calculations (POM and DFT/Docking analyses) were used to predict and optimize these antifungal results. Both experimental and theoretical results showed a good agreement.

Journal of molecular structure (Print)
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Titi A.; Touzani R.; Moliterni A.; Hadda T.B.; Messali M.; Benabbes R.; Berredjem M.; Bouzina A.; Al-Zaqri N.; Taleb M.; Zarrouk A.; Warad I.
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