Phenacyl group containing amide derivative of dehydroabietylamine exhibiting enhanced cytotoxic activity against PLC and MCF7 cancer cell lines

@article{Mustufa2017PhenacylGC,
  title={Phenacyl group containing amide derivative of dehydroabietylamine exhibiting enhanced cytotoxic activity against PLC and MCF7 cancer cell lines},
  author={Muhammad Ayaz Mustufa and Afshan Aslam and Cigdem Ozen and Imran Ali Hashmi and Naimul Hasan Naqvi and Mehmet Ozturk and Firdous Imran Ali},
  journal={Medicinal Chemistry Research},
  year={2017},
  volume={26},
  pages={1367-1376}
}
New amide derivatives of (+)-dehydroabietylamine, tricyclic abietane diterpene amine, were prepared using Zhongping’s protocol. (+)-N-(2-phenyl-acetyl)-dehydroabietylamine derivative (11) demonstrated noticeable growth attenuation of hepatocellular carcinoma cell lines including PLC/PRF/5, SNU475, Hep3B-TR, and Huh7 with IC50 of 7.4 µM, 9.8 µM, 11.7 µM, and 11.8 µM, respectively. A breast cancer cell line MCF7 was the most sensitive against amide 11 with lowest IC50 value (4.8 µM). Low cell… 

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