A Review on Substituted Thiadiazole and its Antimicrobial Activity

Authors

  • Rekha Birle Assistant Professor, Department of Pharmacy, Thakurshivkumarsigh Memorial Pharmacy College Burhanpur, India
  • Nandu Kayande Principal, Department of Pharmacy, Thakur Shivkumarsigh Group of Institute, Burhanpur, India
  • Nandini Kushwah Assistant Professor, Department of Pharmacy, Thakurshivkumarsigh Memorial Pharmacy College Burhanpur, India
  • Nisha Hirve Assistant Professor, Department of Pharmacy, Thakurshivkumarsigh Memorial Pharmacy College Burhanpur, India
  • Aarti Patidar Pharmacist, A. P. J. Abdul Kalam University, Indore, India

Keywords:

Antimicrobial activity, Thiadiazole

Abstract

Five-member heterocyclic compound show various type of biological activity among them 2,5-disubstituted 1,3,4-thiadiazole are associated with diverse biological activity probably virtue of –N=C-S grouping. Therapeutic importance of these rings prompted us to developed selective molecules in which substituted could be arrange in a pharmacophoric pattern to display higher pharmacological activity. Thiadiazole have occupied an important place in drug industry.1,3,4-thiadiazole have wide application in many field. Earliest uses were in the pharmaceutical area as an antibacterial with sulphonamide drugs. Some of other uses are antitumor, anti-inflammatory, pesticide, dyes, lubricant and reagent.

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Published

13-07-2020

How to Cite

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R. . Birle, N. . Kayande, N. . Kushwah, N. . Hirve, and A. . Patidar, “A Review on Substituted Thiadiazole and its Antimicrobial Activity”, IJRESM, vol. 3, no. 7, pp. 44–47, Jul. 2020.

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