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Several N-pyridinyl(methyl)-indol-3-ylpropanamides were synthesized and pharmacological evaluations of their immunosuppressive potential were performed. Among thirteen compounds tested in vitro on murine T proliferation, three showed interesting inhibiting activity. For the most active compound (propanamide 18), immunosuppressive activity was documented(More)
In this study, the synthetic way to new N-pyridinyl(methyl)indolylpropanamides acting as non acidic NSAIDs has been described. Pharmacomodulation was carried out at N(1) and C(5) of the indole ring and at the level of the propanamide chain. N(3)-pyridinylmethyl-[1(4-chlorobenzyl-5-chloroindol-3-yl)propanamide represents one of the most potent compounds in(More)
New series of 2(or 3)-arylmethylenenaphtho[2,1-b]furan-3(or 2)-ones were synthesized, characterized and tested for anticancer properties in vitro. The target compounds were prepared by Knoevenagel coupling between the naphthofuranones 3, 28-30 and formyl derivatives. 2-(4-Oxo-1-benzopyran-3-ylmethylene)naphtho[2,1-b]furan-3-one 36 was the most active(More)
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