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Timothy J. DiNapoli Director James M. Reed , A. Yung-Hsu Liu, R. It t o arri ve a t ag reed an upon me thod ology. They a ISO University of Virginia Iowa Charles E. Grassley Tom Harkin B. Military Academy M. In the Pennsylvania LL. Different steroid molecules with antimicrobial and antiparasitic activity were isolated from diverse organisms ticks, plants, fungi. These molecules have complex structures that make de novo synthesis extremely difficult.
In this work, we designed new and simpler compounds with antiparasitic potential inspired in natural steroids and synthesized a series of nineteen steroidal arylideneketones and thiazolidenehydrazines. We explored their biological activity against Leishmania infantum , Leishmania amazonensis, and Trypanosoma cruzi in vitro and in vivo.
We also assayed their genotoxicity and acute toxicity in vitro and in mice. Full article. Brackets show where structural modifications were made for the design of new steroid derivatives. The infectivity index is the ratio between the number of amastigotes per cell before and after treatment.
Amastigotes are shown with black arrows in the Control condition around the nucleus. In the left graph, the parasite number per mL of blood parasitemia is shown at different days post-infection. In the right graph, the paw diameter is represented over time post-infection and the number of parasites in the lesion at the end of the experiment is indicated. Fernandes , Renata P.
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Barros , Yanna C. Teles , Louise H. Lima , Marcus T. Nunes , Adilva S. Abstract Helicteres velutina K.
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Schum Sterculiaceae , a member of Malvaceae sensu lato , is a Brazilian endemic plant that has been used by the indigenous tribe Pankarare as an insect repellent. A previous study has reported the isolation of terpenoids, flavonoids and pheophytins, in [ Helicteres velutina K. A previous study has reported the isolation of terpenoids, flavonoids and pheophytins, in addition to the larvicidal activity of crude H. The present study reports the biomonitoring of the effects of fractions and isolated compounds derived from H. A crude ethanol extract was submitted to liquid—liquid extraction with hexane, dichloromethane, ethyl acetate and n -butanol to obtain their respective fractions.
The phytochemical study of these fractions resulted in the isolation and identification of 17 compounds. The molecules were subjected to a virtual screening protocol, and five molecules presented potential larvicidal activity after analyses of their applicability domains. When molecular docking was analysed, only three of these compounds showed an ability to bind with sterol carrier protein-2 1PZ4 , a protein found in the larval intestine.
This is the first study to demonstrate the larvicidal activity of sulphated flavonoids against A. Our results showed that the presence of the OSO 3 H group attached to C-8 of the flavonoid was crucial to the larvicidal activity.
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This research supports the traditional use of H. The amino acids residues in common for the two substances are marked with a red asterisk and represent the hydrogen interactions. Abstract Essential oils EOs have gained increasing attention due to their pharmacological effectiveness, and they also constitute some of the most popular natural products. Essential oils EOs have gained increasing attention due to their pharmacological effectiveness, and they also constitute some of the most popular natural products.
Forty-five compounds were identified in the studied EO, of which lavandulyl acetate In parallel, the EO demonstrated a noteworthy cytotoxic activity against peritoneal macrophages CC 50 values of Further in vivo studies are needed to evaluate the potential use of this EO and the main compounds as antitrypanosomal agents.
To our knowledge, this is the first report of chemical characterization and antimicrobial assessment of the EO from P. Picture taken by the authors during collection of the plant March , Bauta municipality, Artemisa, Cuba. Abstract Benznidazole and nifurtimox, the only drugs available for the treatment of Chagas disease, have limited efficacy and have been associated with severe adverse side effects. Thus, there is an urgent need to find new biotargets for the identification of novel bioactive compounds against [ Benznidazole and nifurtimox, the only drugs available for the treatment of Chagas disease, have limited efficacy and have been associated with severe adverse side effects.
Thus, there is an urgent need to find new biotargets for the identification of novel bioactive compounds against the parasite and with low toxicity. Silent information regulator 2 Sir2 enzymes, or sirtuins, have emerged as attractive targets for the development of novel antitrypanosomatid agents. In the present work, we evaluated the inhibitory effect of natural compounds isolated from cashew nut Anacardium occidentale , L.
Anacardiaceae against the target enzymes TcSir2rp1 and TcSir2rp3 as well as the parasite. Two derivates of cardol 1 , 2 , cardanol 3 , 4 , and anacardic acid 5 , 6 were investigated. The two anacardic acids 5 , 6 inhibited both TcSir2rp1 and TcSir2rp3, while the cardol compound 2 inhibited only TcSir2rp1. The most potent sirtuin inhibitor active against the parasite was the cardol compound 2 , with an EC 50 value of Additionally, compounds 1 , 4 , which were inactive against the sirtuin targets, presented anti- T. In conclusion, our results showed the potential of Anacardium occidentale compounds for the development of potential sirtuin inhibitors and anti- Trypanosoma cruzi agents.
After 30 min, the deacetylase reactions were initiated by adding the peptide substrate. Parasites were examined by flow cytometry with annexin V and PI staining. Abstract Leishmaniasis is a neglected tropical disease caused by members of the Leishmania genus of parasitic protozoa that cause different clinical manifestations of the disease.
Current treatment options for the cutaneous disease are limited due to severe side effects, poor efficacy, limited availability or [ Leishmaniasis is a neglected tropical disease caused by members of the Leishmania genus of parasitic protozoa that cause different clinical manifestations of the disease.
Current treatment options for the cutaneous disease are limited due to severe side effects, poor efficacy, limited availability or accessibility, and developing resistance. Essential oils may provide low cost and readily available treatment options for leishmaniasis.
In-vitro screening of a collection of 52 commercially available essential oils has been carried out against promastigotes of Leishmania amazonensis. In addition, cytotoxicity has been determined for the essential oils against mouse peritoneal macrophages in order to determine selectivity. Promising essential oils were further screened against intracellular L.
Three essential oils showed notable antileishmanial activities: frankincense Boswellia spp. These essential oils could be explored as topical treatment options for cutaneous leishmaniasis. Lizarraga , Orlando G. Bivona , Emilio L. Malchiodi , Silvia I. Abstract Sesquiterpene lactones are naturally occurring compounds mainly found in the Asteraceae family.
These types of plant metabolites display a wide range of biological activities, including antiprotozoal activity and are considered interesting structures for drug discovery. Four derivatives were synthesized from estafietin 1 [ Sesquiterpene lactones are naturally occurring compounds mainly found in the Asteraceae family. The antiprotozoal activity against Trypanosoma cruzi and Leishmania braziliensis of these compounds was evaluated.
Epoxyestafietin was the most active compound against T. The antiparasitic activity demonstrated by estafietin and some of its derivatives make them promising candidates for the development of effective compounds for the treatment of Chagas disease and leihsmaniasis. Cultures were done in well plates with 1. The living parasites were then counted in a Neubauer chamber.
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Each treatment was compared to controls: parasites incubated with culture medium only. Plates were incubated for 6 h and the optical density was read at nm. Daniliuc , Marcel Kaiser and Thomas J. Abstract As part of our efforts to exploit the antitrypanosomal potential of sesquiterpene lactones STL from Helianthus tuberosus L.