Synthesized of 2,7 dihydroxyxanthone from xanthone and antimalarial activities

Amanatie, Prosa PGSD, UPY (2017) Synthesized of 2,7 dihydroxyxanthone from xanthone and antimalarial activities. International Conference on Advanced Materials.


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The purpose of the research is to synthesize 2,7- di-hydroxyxanthone compounds from xanthone and to evaluate antiplasmodial against activities. The synthesize of 2,7-dihydroxyxanthone compounds worked with chromatogramphy methods including Thin Layer Chromatography (TLC), Vacuum Liquid Chromatography (VLC). A compound structures were determined based on the spectroscopic evidences including, Infrared (IR), one dimension (1-D) and two dimension (2-D) Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) spectra and comparison the spectroscopy data with related data from references. The biological properties of compounds are evaluated towards antiplasmodial against activity. The result of the product was obtained as white solid in 63.49% yield. The IR spectrum showed the absorption at 3433 cm-1 Which was reinforced with a sharp attack at 1087cm-1 indicating the stretching of OH, while the stretching of aromatic C=C appeared at 1620 cm-1. The 1H-NMR (500MHz, and DMSO –d6) spectrum showed that the aryl protons appeared in the region of δ12.98 ppm. In this region, there were 2 singlet at δH 12.98 ppm (1H, 2-OH) and (1H,7-OH) and shows the presence of two OH groups. Based on spectroscopy analyses, it could be started that the reaction of 2.7 di-aminoxanthone with NaNO2/HCl and H3PO4 produced 2.7- di-hydroxyxanthone. In vitro antiplasmodial assay of the product synthesized 2,7 dihydroxyxanthones gainst.Falciparum strain of 3D7 showed that the IC50 values of 2,7-di-hydroxy xanthone, were 0.31 μg/mL, respectively.

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: hydroxyxanthone, xanthone, antimalarial activities
Subjects: Pendidikan
Divisions: Karya Dosen
Depositing User: FITRI RIANI
Date Deposited: 20 Apr 2022 04:47
Last Modified: 20 Apr 2022 04:47

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