Peer Reviewed

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Document Type

Article

Publication Date

5-7-2016

Keywords

Anti-bacterial activity, Benzohydroxamic acid, Coordination modes, Helicobacter pylori, Inhibitory activity, Salicylhydroxamic acid (SHA), X ray crystal structures, synthesis

Funder/Sponsor

Irish Research Council. Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland

Comments

The original article is available at http://www.rsc.org

Abstract

Reaction of Bi(NO3)3 with benzohydroxamic acid (Bha) and salicylhydroxamic acid (Sha) gives the novel Bi(iii) complexes [Bi2(Bha-1H)2(μ-Bha-1H)2(η(2)-NO3)2] () and [Bi6(CH3OH)2(η(1)-NO3)2(η(2)-NO3)(OH2)2(Sha-1H)12](NO3)2 (). X-ray crystal structure of reveals two hydroxamato coordination modes; bidentate bridging (O, O') and bidentate non-bridging (O, O') and of reveals one coordination mode; bidentate bridging (O, O'). , specifically designed to and demonstrated to inhibit the activity of urease, exhibits excellent antibacterial activity against three strains of Helicobacter pylori with MIC ≥ 16 μg mL(-1).

Disciplines

Chemistry | Medicinal-Pharmaceutical Chemistry | Medicine and Health Sciences

Citation

Keogan DM, Twamley B, Fitzgerald-Hughes D, Griffith DM. Novel class of Bi(iii) hydroxamato complexes: synthesis, urease inhibitory activity and activity against H. pylori. Dalton Transactions. 2016;45(27):11008-14.

PubMed ID

27314129

DOI Link

10.1039/c5dt05061h

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