isatin


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isatin

(ˈaɪsətɪn) or

isatine

n
(Elements & Compounds) a yellowish-red crystalline compound soluble in hot water, used for the preparation of vat dyes. Formula: C8H5NO2
[C19: from Latin isatis woad + -in]
ˌisaˈtinic adj
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Synthesis and antimicrobial activity of schiff and Mannich bases of isatin and its derivatives with pyrimidine.
Effects of isatin, an endogenous MAO inhibitor, on dopamine (DA) and acetylcholine (ACh) concentrations in rats.
In a previous work we have reported the synthesis of a series of bis Schiff bases of isatin [6], for this study the 3-(2-(2-hydroxy-3-methoxybenzylidene)hydra- zono)indolin-2-one" bis Schiff base has been selected in an attempt to synthesize metal complexes and study the impact of coordination on the overall biological activity of the ligand molecule.
Adsorption and inhibitive properties of some new Mannich bases of Isatin derivatives on corrosion of mild steel in acidic media.
2004, Superoxide converts indigocarmine to isatin sulfonic acid.
Isatin derivatives have recently received considerable attention owing to their wide applications as anti-HIV, antitubercular [15], antiplasmodical [16], anticonvulsant [17], sedative and hypnotic [18] agents.
Important factors limiting the activity of mono-oxidases and the development of depression are the endogenous regulators isatin and tribuline (Medvedev & Glover, 2004).
They contain a substance called isatin which has a laxative effect because it stimulates contractions of the large bowel.
The strategy for the synthesis of this quinoline derivative involves the use of the Pfitzinger reaction starting with suitably substituted isatin and (E/Z)-hepta-4,6-dienal which was in turn synthesized starting from divinylcarbinol.
Similarly, isatin Schiff base derivatives have shown higher cytotoxic effects on HeLa cancer cell lines compared to LS180 [10].
Previous analyses of the leaves and the powdered form of this indigo naturalis plant detected indigo, indirubin, tryptanthrin and isatin (Chiang et al.
Isatin derivatives have recently drawn considerable attention of researchers worldwide due to their wide applications as anti-HIV, anti tubercular [22], anti plasmodical [23], anticonvulsant [24], sedative and hypnotic [25] agents.