• ChemicalSciences
  • Process Chemistry & Technology Department
Last Updated: Tuesday, 11 July 2017
Publications

 Natural Products Chemistry Group Research Publications

1. New constituents from Psoralea corylifolia.

2. New anti-inflammatory triterpene from the root of Ricinus communis

3. A bioactive labdane diterpenoid from Curcuma amada and its semisynthetic analogues as antitubercular agents.

4. In-vivo anti-diabetic activity of derivatives of isoliquiritigenin and liquiritigenin.

5. Chemical Characterization and Acetylcholinesterase Inhibition Potential of Volatile Components of Aerial Parts of Pluchea lanceolata (DC.) Oliv. &Hiern.

6. Anti-Helicobacter pylori potential of artemisinin and its derivatives. 

7. Synthesis, antitubercular activity, and molecular modeling studies of analogues of isoliquiritigenin and liquiritigenin, bioactive components from Glycyrrhiza glabra.

 
 
Medicinal Chemistry Group Research Publications

Antimalarials

1. Hairy root mediated functional derivatization of artemisinin and their bioactivity analysis.

2. In-vitro antimalarial studies of novel artemisinin biotransformed products and its derivatives.

3. In-vitro antimalarial activity and molecular modelling studies of novel artemisinin derivatives.

 Anticancer

1. Synthesis of pharmacologically important naphthoquinones and anticancer activity of 2-benzyllawsone through DNA topoisomerase-II inhibition.

2. 2-(3´, 4´-Dimethoxybenzylidene) tetralone induces anti-breast cancer activity through microtubule             stabilization and activation of reactive oxygen species..

3. Anticancer activity and toxicity profiles of 2-benzylidene indanone lead Molecule.

4. Synthesis of 2-alkoxy and 2-benzyloxy analogues of estradiol as anti-breast cancer agents through microtubule stabilization.

5.Synthesis of combretastatin A4 analogues on steroidal framework and their anti-breast cancer activity.

6. Synthesis of a series of novel dihydroartemisinin monomers and dimers containing chalcone as a linker and their anticancer activity.

 

 
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