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Title : Correlating the charge transfer efficiency of metallic sulfa-isatins to design efficient NLO materials with better drug designs - Noreen_2022_Biometals__
Author(s) : Noreen S , Sumrra SH
Ref : Biometals , : , 2022
Abstract :

The present study presents synthesis, characterization and first principle studies on metal chelates, (1-12), of sulfonamide-isatin reacted ligands (S(1)-S(3)). All the products were evaluated by various physical and spectral (UV, IR, NMR, MS) means. The octahedral geometry for Co(+2), Ni(+2) and Zn(+2), while square planner geometry for Cu(+2) chelates were confirmed by their spectroscopic and magnetic data. Their physical chemistry investigation show the ability of aromatic rings to stabilize sulfonamide rings across NH-Pi interactions at their optimized geometries. The nonlinear optical response for all the compounds disclosed that the z-axis has the most contributions. An efficient electron injection and hole studies for Au and Al electrodes having the energies of - 0.1-3.1 and 0.0-11.8 eV respectively were noted. Their bioactive character was shown by global reactivity calculated from FMO energy gaps. The enzyme inhibitory results were found to be 45-61% and IC(50) = 102-122 microL, for compound (4), (10), (8), (5) and (12) against the amylase, protease, acetylcholinesterase (AChE), and butyrylcholinesterase (BChE) respectively The antibacterial findings showed significant action having 11-17 mm for (2), (7) and (10) for bacterial species, Escherichia coli and Micrococcus luteus. The DPPH and ferric reducing power assay was used to evaluate the antioxidant capacity with 49.0 +/- 0.09-66.2 +/- 0.08% and IC(50) = 102.3-122.4 microL range. In comparison to ligands, the results showed that all metal chelates had higher bioactivity. The chelation was the primary cause of their increased bioactivity. These findings suggested that such metal-based compounds might be used as antimicrobial, and antioxidant options in future to cope drug resistance.

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PubMedID: 35352236

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Noreen S, Sumrra SH (2022)
Correlating the charge transfer efficiency of metallic sulfa-isatins to design efficient NLO materials with better drug designs
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Noreen S, Sumrra SH (2022)
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