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Opportunistic Infections Citation List: October 10 - October 23, 2014

ANTIFUNGAL COMPOUNDS (includes Cryptococcus, Aspergillus, Candida, & Histoplasma)

1. Antimicrobial Activity, Toxicity and Selectivity Index of Two Biflavonoids and a Flavone Isolated from Podocarpus henkelii (Podocarpaceae) Leaves. Bagla, V.P., L.J. McGaw, E.E. Elgorashi, and J.N. Eloff. BMC Complementary and Alternative Medicine, 2014. 14(383): 6 pp. PMID[25293523].

[PubMed]. OI_1010-102314.


2. 9-O-Butyl-13-(4-isopropylbenzyl)berberine, KR-72, is a Potent Antifungal Agent that Inhibits the Growth of Cryptococcus neoformans by Regulating Gene Expression. Bang, S., H. Kwon, H.S. Hwang, K.D. Park, S.U. Kim, and Y.S. Bahn. PloS One, 2014. 9(10): p. e109863. PMID[25302492].

[PubMed]. OI_1010-102314.


3. Suvanine Sesterterpenes from a Tropical Sponge Coscinoderma sp. Inhibit Isocitrate Lyase in the Glyoxylate Cycle. Lee, S.H., T.H. Won, H. Kim, C.H. Ahn, J. Shin, and K.B. Oh. Marine Drugs, 2014. 12(10): p. 5148-5159. PMID[25310766].

[PubMed]. OI_1010-102314.


4. Antimicrobial Activity of Peptides Derived from Olive Flounder Lipopolysaccharide Binding Protein/Bactericidal Permeability-increasing Protein (LBP/BPI). Nam, B.H., J.Y. Moon, E.H. Park, Y.O. Kim, D.G. Kim, H.J. Kong, W.J. Kim, Y.J. Jee, C.M. An, N.G. Park, and J.K. Seo. Marine Drugs, 2014. 12(10): p. 5240-5257. PMID[25329706].

[PubMed]. OI_1010-102314.

ANTIBACTERIAL COMPOUNDS (includes Mycobacterium spp., Drug Resistant, MAC, MDR)

5. Exploration of Piperidinols as Potential Antitubercular Agents. Abuhammad, A., E. Fullam, S. Bhakta, A.J. Russell, G.M. Morris, P.W. Finn, and E. Sim. Molecules, 2014. 19(10): p. 16274-16290. PMID[25310152].

[PubMed]. OI_1010-102314.


6. Novel Drugs and Drug Combinations for Treating Tuberculosis. Munang, M.L., M.K. O'Shea, and M. Dedicoat. BMJ, 2014. 349: p. g5948. PMID[25324128].

[PubMed]. OI_1010-102314.


7. Synthesis of a Poly-hydroxypyrolidine-based Inhibitor of Mycobacterium tuberculosis GlgE. Veleti, S.K., J.J. Lindenberger, S. Thanna, D.R. Ronning, and S.J. Sucheck. The Journal of Organic Chemistry, 2014. 79(20): p. 9444-9450. PMID[25137149].

[PubMed]. OI_1010-102314.


8. Identification of Plant-derived Natural Products as Potential Inhibitors of the Mycobacterium tuberculosis Proteasome. Zheng, Y., X. Jiang, F. Gao, J. Song, J. Sun, L. Wang, X. Sun, Z. Lu, and H. Zhang. BMC Complementary and Alternative Medicine, 2014. 14(1): p. 400. PMID[25315519].

[PubMed]. OI_1010-102314.

ANTIMALARIAL COMPOUNDS (Plasmodium spp.)

9. Potent Antimalarial Activity of Acriflavine in Vitro and in Vivo. Dana, S., D. Prusty, D. Dhayal, M.K. Gupta, A. Dar, S. Sen, P. Mukhopadhyay, T. Adak, and S.K. Dhar. ACS Chemical Biology, 2014. 9(10): p. 2366-2373. PMID[25089658].

[PubMed]. OI_1010-102314.


10. The Antimalarial Drugs Chloroquine and Primaquine Inhibit Pyridoxal Kinase, an Essential Enzyme for Vitamin B6 Production. Kimura, T., R. Shirakawa, N. Yaoita, T. Hayashi, K. Nagano, and H. Horiuchi. FEBS Letters, 2014. 588(20): p. 3673-3676. PMID[25157434].

[PubMed]. OI_1010-102314.


11. Blood Schizontocidal and Gametocytocidal Activity of 3-Hydroxy-N'-arylidenepropanehydrazonamides: A New Class of Antiplasmodial Compounds. Leven, M., J. Held, S. Duffy, S. Tschan, S. Sax, J. Kamber, W. Frank, K. Kuna, D. Geffken, C. Siethoff, S. Barth, V.M. Avery, S. Wittlin, B. Mordmuller, and T. Kurz. Journal of Medicinal Chemistry, 2014. 57(19): p. 7971-7976. PMID[25195945].

[PubMed]. OI_1010-102314.


12. Enantiomerically Pure Amino-alcohol Quinolines: In Vitro Anti-malarial Activity in Combination with Dihydroartemisinin, Cytotoxicity and in Vivo Efficacy in a Plasmodium berghei Mouse Model. Mullie, C., N. Taudon, C. Degrouas, A. Jonet, A. Pascual, P. Agnamey, and P. Sonnet. Malaria Journal, 2014. 13(407): 8 pp. PMID[25319003].

[PubMed]. OI_1010-102314.


13. Facile Synthesis of Antimalarial 1,2-Disubstituted 4-quinolones from 1,3-Bisaryl-monothio-1,3-diketones. Vinayaka, A.C., M.P. Sadashiva, X. Wu, S.S. Biryukov, J.A. Stoute, K.S. Rangappa, and D.C. Gowda. Organic & Biomolecular Chemistry, 2014. 12(42): p. 8555-8561. PMID[25245989].

[PubMed]. OI_1010-102314.

Citations from the ISI Web of Knowledge Listings for O.I.

14. Sub-MICs of Carum copticum and Thymus vulgaris Influence Virulence Factors and Biofilm Formation in Candida Spp. Khan, M.S., I. Ahmad, S.S. Cameotra, and F. Botha. BMC Complementary and Alternative Medicine, 2014. 14(337): 14 pp. ISI[000342104900002].

[WOS]. OI_1010-102314.


15. A Simple, Efficient One-pot Synthesis of 2-Isoxazoline Derivatives and their Antimicrobial Activity. Kumar, A., A.U.R. Sankar, and S.H. Kim. Journal of Heterocyclic Chemistry, 2014. 51: p. E146-E151. ISI[000341631500019].

[WOS]. OI_1010-102314.


16. Quinolone Analogs 14: Synthesis of Antimalarial 1-Aryl-3-(4-quinolon-2-yl)-ureas and Related Compounds. Kurasawa, Y., K. Yoshida, N. Yamazaki, K. Sasaki, Y. Zamami, Z. Min, A. Togi, H. Ito, E. Kaji, and H. Fukaya. Journal of Heterocyclic Chemistry, 2014. 51: p. E241-E248. ISI[000341631500035].

[WOS]. OI_1010-102314.


17. Determination of the Antimicrobial Capacity of Green Tea (Camellia sinensis) against the Potentially Pathogenic Microorganisms Escherichia coli, Salmonella enterica, Staphylococcus aureus, Listeria monocytogenes, Candida albicans and Aspergillus niger. Mora, A., J. Parra, J.M. Chaverri, and M.L. Arias. Archivos Latinoamericanos de Nutricion, 2013. 63(3): p. 247-253. ISI[000341703800008].

[WOS]. OI_1010-102314.


18. Potential Anti-tubercular and in Vitro Anti-inflammatory Agents: 9-Substituted 1,8-dioxo-octahydroxanthenes through Cascade/Domino Reaction by Citric Fruit Juices. Napoleon, A.A. and F.R.N. Khan. Medicinal Chemistry Research, 2014. 23(11): p. 4749-4760. ISI[000342038900010].

[WOS]. OI_1010-102314.


19. Synthesis of 5-Phenyl-3-(10H-phenothiazinyl)-delta(2)-cyclohexen-1-ones by Conventional and Microwave-assisted Methods and their Antifungal Activity. Saranya, A.V. and S. Ravi. Research on Chemical Intermediates, 2014. 40(8): p. 3085-3093. ISI[000341842500043].

[WOS]. OI_1010-102314.


20. Novel Quinazolinone-thiazolidinone Hybrid: Design, Synthesis and in Vitro Antimicrobial and Antituberculosis Studies. Shah, D.R., R.P. Modh, D.D. Desai, and K.H. Chikhalia. Indian Journal of Chemistry Section B-Organic Chemistry Including Medicinal Chemistry, 2014. 53(9): p. 1169-1177. ISI[000341964100003].

[WOS]. OI_1010-102314.


21. In Vitro Antimicrobial Activity of O-Phenylenediamine-tert-butyl-N-1,2,3-triazole Carbamate Analogs. Singh, M.K., M. Gangwar, D. Kumar, R. Tilak, G. Nath, and A. Agarwal. Medicinal Chemistry Research, 2014. 23(11): p. 4962-4976. ISI[000342038900029].

[WOS]. OI_1010-102314.


22. Chemical Composition and Bioactivity of the Volatile Oil from Leaves and Stems of Eucalyptus cinerea. Soliman, F.M., M.M. Fathy, M.M. Salama, and F.R. Saber. Pharmaceutical Biology, 2014. 52(10): p. 1272-1277. ISI[000342057300008].

[WOS]. OI_1010-102314.


23. Antimicrobial Nanocapsules: From New Solvent-free Process to in Vitro Efficiency. Steelandt, J., D. Salmon, E. Gilbert, E. Almouazen, F.N.R. Renaud, L. Roussel, M. Haftek, and F. Pirot. International Journal of Nanomedicine, 2014. 9: p. 4467-4474. ISI[000341854500001].

[WOS]. OI_1010-102314.

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