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Schiff base

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n
(Biochemistry) the product of the chemical association of an aldehyde with a primary amine
[C19: named after Hugo Schiff (1834–1915), German chemist]
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Stilinovic, Schiff Bases Derived From Hydroxyaryl Aldehydes: Molecular And Crystal Structure, Tautomerism, Quinoid Effect, Coordination Compounds, Macedonian J.
Novel Schiff bases have been shown to have anti-cancer and anti-inflammatory activity (Gulzar et al., 2018).
The azomethine groups are present in various Schiff bases and the -C=N- linkage is required for biological activity [6].
GABA, Put, Cad in addition to TY including primary amino group reacted with FAA to create Schiff bases. The resulting Schiff bases could change into ketoamine tautomeric forms with the formation of cyclic structure due to intra hydrogen bonding with better thermal stability (Fig.
Recently, we described the synthesis and the in vitro antitumor activity against a panel of human epithelial cancer cell lines and the in vitro and in vivo safety evaluation of anthracene-derived low-molecular and polymeric aminophosphonates and their precursors [20, 25-28]: Schiff bases S-1 and S-2, [alpha]-aminophosphonates A-3-A-6, bis-aminophosphonate B-6 (R, S diastereomer), and polyphosphoesters P-8-P-11, containing aminophosphonate units (Figure 1).
Rambabu, and Shivaraj, "DNA Binding, Cleavage and Antibacterial Activity of Mononuclear Cu(II), Ni(II) and Co(II) Complexes Derived from Novel Benzothiazole Schiff Bases," Journal of Fluorescence, vol.
DCES Professor of Organic Chemistry Prof Yousef Hijji and Professor of Biochemistry Lakshmaiah Sreerama gave lectures on"microwave assisted synthesis of aminopyridines Schiff bases and characterisation as selective cyandie colormetric sensor" and"Lawsone-Schiff-bases as novel reagents for visualisation of latent fingerprint and their enhancement with anions".
By spectrophotometric methods, we determined the content of substrates for lipid peroxidation processes diene conjugates, triene conjugates, and Schiff bases by Volchegorskii method [20] and albumin by reaction with green bromocresol.
Cobalt complexes with Schiff bases have received considerable attention in the fields of coordination chemistry and biological chemistry (6).
Schiff bases, discovered and named by the chemist Hugo Schiff, as a powerful candidate, exhibited various biological and physicochemical treated activities, antibacteria, anti-inflammation, and antitumor [5].