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Synthesis of hybridized benzylthio-1,3,4-thiadiazol-isatin derivatives and in vitro cytotoxicity evaluation

Mohammad Basir Salavati, Masoumeh Omidi, Leila Hosseinzadeh, Hadi Adibi





Introduction: In this research synthesis of hybridized benzylthio-thiadiazol-isatin derivatives has been reported and then the effects of the synthesized compounds were  investigated on cancer cell lines and molecular docking was also studied on proposed receptor.

Methods and Results: This project was done in 2 steps that includes the synthesis of new hybrids of thiadiazole-isatin derivatives and characterized by various spectroscopy methods such as "Mass spectroscopy, Infrared spectroscopy, and 1H NMR". To study cytotoxic effects of the compounds, different concentrations of synthesized derivatives were  prepared and tested on the three rank 7 cellular MCF-7 "breast cancer", PC3 "Prostate carcinoma", and SKNMC "Norobelastoma". The method used was MTT that after various stages of the solution and added MTT, the color was measured by the producted formazan during measurements suitable wave. The color ratio was  as equal as  the number of living cells. For comparing the  cytotoxicity we  used doxorubicin as control drug.

Conclusions: The most potent of the compounds were 3b, 4c, and 4d against MCF7 cell line, 3b, 4h against PC3 cell line, and 3b,4f, and 4h against SKNMC cell line which seems to be the best ones relative to the control drug. Also we found that treatment with 3b led to  decrease in IC50 and significantly increased cytotoxicity effects of the compound in PC3, SKNMC and MCF7 cells lines.

Key words: Synthesis; 1,3,4-thidiazole, Isatin, cytotoxicity


DOI: https://doi.org/10.22037/ipa.v1i1.20080


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