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Mahmoud Abd El Aleem Ali Ali El-Remaily

Department of Chemistry, Sohag University, Egypt.


Dr. Mahmoud Abd El Aleem Ali Ali El-Remaily received his Ph.D. in Department of Chemistry, Sohag University, Egypt. His current research interests include the Biochemistry, Chemistry, Anti-bacterial, Organic Chemistry.


Synthesis of Dihydroimidazole Derivatives under Solvent Free Condition and Their Antibacterial Evaluation

Reaction of 2-guanidinobenzoxazole with several halogenated active methylene compounds has revealed formation of the corresponding dihydroimidazole derivatives under solvent free conditions in excellent yield. The anti-bacterial evaluation of the newly synthesized products against different types of Gram-positive and Gramnegative bacteria was perfo... Read More»

Mahmoud Abd El Aleem Ali Ali El-Remaily, Shaaban K Mohamed, Ahmed MM Soliman and Hossam Abd el-Ghanya

Research Article: Biochem Physiol 3: 139

DOI: 10.4172/2168-9652.1000139

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