DESIGN, SYNTHESIS AND EVALUATION OF RECENT FLAVONES AS ANTI-DIABETICS

Natarajan Kiruthiga, Thangavelu Prabha, Chellappa Selvinthanuja, Kulandaivel Srinivasan, Thangavel Sivakumar

Abstract


The aim of this study were designed, synthesised ten hybrids of flavones and its structure were characterised by various spectroscopic techniques such as FT-IR, GCMS and 1HNMR. Those compounds were subjected for insilico studies on multi-targeted diabetic enzymes such as Aldose reductase, protein tyrosine phosphatase and alpha amylase. Over all docking score afforded that alpha amylase were posses potential inhibition than the existed enzymes in the range of -7.18 to -9.81 Kcal/mol compared with their standard Acarbose (-7.61 Kcal/mol). Based on that, hybridised flavones were screened for invitro anti-diabetic activity by alpha amylase inhibitory assay. The invitro result was well correlated among the docking score and confirmed the anti-diabetic property of titled compounds. From which the compound HFa-HFc, with hydroxyl substitution on ring A showed noteworthy IC50 value compared with their standard Acarbose. This study summarised that the hybrids of flavones were pilot molecule for anti-diabetic activity.


Keywords


Anti-diabetic Activity; Aldose reductase (AR); Protein Tyrosine Phosphatase 1B; alpha amylase; Docking Study.

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