A review on Indole and Benzothiazole derivatives its importance
In recent years heterocyclic compounds analogues and derivatives have attracted wide attention due to their useful biological and pharmacological properties. Indole, Benzothiazole and its analogs are versatile substrates, which can be used for the synthesis of numerous heterocyclic compounds. Indole, Benzothiazole and its derivatives are used in organic synthesis and they are used in evaluating new product that possesses different biological activities. Hence, their extensive structural modification has result in different analogues of Indole and Benzothiazole derivatives depicting wide range of biological and pharmacological activities such as antiviral, anticonvulsant, anti-inflammatory, analgesic, antimicrobial and anticancer. This review article literature survey summarizes the synthesis and pharmacological activities of Indole, Benzothiazole and its derivatives.
Keywords: Indole, Benzothiazole, antiviral, anticonvulsant, anti-inflammatory, analgesic, antimicrobial and anticancer
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