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Series of new ring-substituted styrylquinolines and two oxorhenium complexes were prepared and characterized. The compounds were analyzed using RP-HPLC to determine lipophilicity. Primary in vitro screening of the synthesized compounds was performed against fungal and bacterial strains. Some compounds were active against bacteria at micromolar level and(More)
A group of styrylquinolines were synthesized and tested for their anti-proliferative activity. Anti-proliferative activity was evaluated against the human colon carcinoma cell lines that had a normal expression of the p53 protein (HCT116 p53+/+) and mutants with a disabled TP53 gene (HCT116 p53-/-) and against the GM 07492 normal human fibroblast cell line.(More)
New styrylquinoline derivatives with their photophysical constants are described. The synthesis was achieved via Sonogashira coupling using the newly developed heterogeneous nano-Pd/Cu catalyst system, which provides an efficient synthesis of high purity products. The compounds were tested in preliminary fluorescent microscopy studies to in order to(More)
A series of styrylquinolines and quinolineamides based on the 8-hydroxyquinoline moiety were investigated as potential antimycobacterial agents. The lipophilicity of the compounds was measured using RP-HPLC and the tests of their activity against Mycobacterium kansasii, the M. avium complex, M. smegmatis, M. abscessus, M. tuberculosis and M. avium(More)
Styrylquinolines are a novel group of quinoline drugs that are known to have p53-independent antiproliferative activity and antiviral properties. This study evaluated the antifungal activity of these drugs more deeply, particularly their activity modulation towards Cdr1p, the main multidrug transporter of Candida albicans. Styrylquinolines were found to(More)
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