Christine Latour

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BACKGROUND The Plasmodium falciparum NA+/H+ exchanger (pfnhe1, gene PF13_0019) has recently been proposed to influence quinine (QN) susceptibility. However, its contribution to QN resistance seems to vary geographically depending on the genetic background of the parasites. Here, the role of this gene was investigated in in vitro QN susceptibility of(More)
This report describes the preparation of some new β-lactam nanocopolymers. These nanoparticles are synthesized in water by emulsion polymerization of an acrylate β-lactam pre-dissolved in a mixture of co-monomers in the presence of sodium dodecyl sulfate as a surfactant and potassium persulfate as a radical initiator. Dynamic light scattering analysis and(More)
The efficacy of chloroquine, once the drug of choice in the fight against Plasmodium falciparum, is now severely limited due to widespread resistance. Amodiaquine is one of the most potent antimalarial 4-aminoquinolines known and remains effective against chloroquine-resistant parasites, but toxicity issues linked to a quinone-imine metabolite limit its(More)
A series of novel β-lactams was synthesized from different imines and a special ketene derived from N-endo-5-norbornene-2,3-dicarboxyloylglycine 1 via the [2 + 2] ketene imine cycloaddition. Then, β-lactams 3a–h were treated with 1-azido-4-nitrobenzene 4 to afford β-lactam-triazole hybrids 5a–h. Of the twenty-three β-lactams tested against(More)
A series of new Schiff bases of morpholine were prepared by the reaction of 2-hydroxy-3-(morpholinomethyl)benzaldehyde with several mono- and bis-aromatic amines. All these new compounds were characterized by 1H-NMR, 13C-NMR and IR spectroscopy. They were evaluated as antimalarial agents against P. falciparum K14 strain demonstrating moderate to excellent(More)
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