alexa Synthesis, antimycobacterial activity evaluation, and QSAR studies of chalcone derivatives.
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Author(s): Sivakumar PM, Seenivasan SP, Kumar V, Doble M

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Abstract In order to develop relatively small molecules as antimycobacterial agents, twenty-five chalcones were synthesized, their activity was evaluated, and quantitative structure-activity relationship (QSAR) was developed. The synthesis was based on the Claisen-Schimdt scheme and the resultant compounds were tested for antitubercular activity by luciferase reporter phage (LRP) assay. Compound C(24) was found to be the most active ( approximately 99\%) in this series based on the percentage reduction in Relative Light Units at both 50 and 100 microg/ml levels, followed by compound C(21). Four compounds at the 50 microg/ml and eight compounds at the 100 microg/ml showed activity above 90\% level. QSAR model was developed between activity and spatial, topological, and ADME descriptors for the 50 microg/ml data. The statistical measures such as r, r(2), q(2), and F values obtained for the training set were in acceptable range and hence this relationship was used for the test set. The predictive ability of the model is satisfactory (q(2)=0.56) and it can be used for designing similar group of compounds. This article was published in Bioorg Med Chem Lett and referenced in Chemical Sciences Journal

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