Pedro Netto Batalha

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In the present article, we describe the synthesis, anti-HIV1 profile and molecular modeling evaluation of 11 oxoquinoline derivatives. The structure-activity relationship analysis revealed some stereoelectronic properties such as LUMO energy, dipole moment, number of rotatable bonds, and of hydrogen bond donors and acceptors correlated with the potency of(More)
Tuberculosis (TB) is a contagious disease caused by Mycobacterium tuberculosis, which remains a serious public health problem. The emergence of resistant bacterial strains has continuously increased and new treatment options are currently in need. In this work, we identified a new potential aldehyde–arylhydrazone–oxoquinoline derivative (4e) with(More)
Quinolones have a large bio-dynamicity. Although they are well known as antibacterials, another important activity has been investigated - quinolones are able to inhibit cancer cell proliferation. In view of the great versatility associated with the synthesis of quinolones, many researchers have spent time and resources on the development of new(More)
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