Ameen Ali Abu-Hashem*, Hoda A. R. Hussein and Ahmed S. Aly Pages 1 - 17 ( 17 )
Background: Previous and recent scientific research has shown that triazolopyrimidine and furochromones have a wide range of pharmacological activities in the treatment of numerous diseases, including anticancer, antiviral, anti-depressant, antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory, and analgesic activities.
Objective: Preparation of new drugs used as antimicrobial activities derived from a natural furochromones as (1- hydrazinyl or methylthio),-furopyrimidoquinazolinone, 1, 2, 4-triazolopyrimidofuroquinazolin-5-one, and quinazolinepyrimidofuro- quinazoline-8, 10-dione and study of their biological activity as antimicrobial.
Method: A series of novel N’-furopyrimidoquinazoline-hydrazide; 1, 2, 4-triazolopyrimidofuroquinazolin-5-one; furopyrimidoquinazolin-3-one and quinazoline-pyrimidofuroquinazoline-8, 10-dione derivatives were synthesized from substituted (methylthio)-furopyrimidoquinazolinone (3a-b) and 1-hydrazinyl-furopyrimidoquinazolinone (4a-b) as the starting material.
Results: All compounds were synthesized in good yields (71-95%) in a gradually efficient system under the mild condition and some of the procedures were used a microwave oven. The new compounds have been confirmed by means of different spectroscopic ways such as IR, 1D and 2D -NMR techniques and mass spectrum. The in vitro to antimicrobial activities were evaluated for the prepared compounds using many types of bacteria (Gram positive and Gram negative) and fungi.
Conclusion: 1, 2, 4-triazolopyrimidofuroquinazolin-5-one derivatives (10a-f, 8a-b, 7a-b and 6a-d) showed the most efficient antimicrobial activities compared with the cefotaxime sodium and nystatin as standard drugs.
visnagenone, khellinone, hydrazide, 1, 2, 4-triazolopyrimidine, benzylidene, furoquinazolinones, antimicrobial activity.
Photochemistry Department (Heterocyclic Unit), National Research Center, 12622 Dokki, Giza, Photochemistry Department (Heterocyclic Unit), National Research Center, 12622 Dokki, Giza, Photochemistry Department (Heterocyclic Unit), National Research Center, 12622 Dokki, Giza