Biological Activity and Theoretical Studies for Complexes of Schiff’s Bases: A Short Review
Keywords:Derivatives, antibacterial activity, imines, Schiff base
Schiff bases are imine or azomethine-containing aldehydes or ketone-like compounds replacing the group carbonyl. They're widely utilized in industry, and they come in a variety range of biological processes. It has a wide Antifungal, antibacterial, antimalarial, antiproliferative, anti-inflammatory, antiviral, and antipyretic characteristics are among the biological activities., and is commonly used in industry. Many Schiff bases complexes had high thermal and moisture stabilities, which were advantageous for their use as catalysts in high-temperature reactions. Because complexation generally increases activity, it's important to have a better understanding of the characteristics of both ligands. Medicinal chemists are now interested in developing Schiff bases and their metal complexes are novel chemotherapeutic Schiff bases. This is a review of gathers Schiff bases and complexes that have shown to be the most promising in various fields
Key words: Derivatives, antibacterial activity, imines, Schiff base.
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