Synthesis and molecular docking of isonicotinohydrazide derivatives as anti-tuberculosis candidates

Ruswanto Ruswanto, Richa Mardianingrum, Tresna Lestari, Tita Nofianti, Nur Rahayuningsih

Abstract


Tuberculosis (TB) is a chronic disease as a result of Mycobacterium tuberculosis. It can affect all age groups, and hence, is a global health problem that causes the death of millions of people every year. One of the drugs used in tuberculosis treatment is isonicotinohydrazide (Isoniazid). In this study, N'-benzoylisonicotinohydrazide derivative compounds (a-l) were prepared using acylation reactions between isonicotinohydrazide and benzoyl chloride derivatives, employing the reflux method. Molecular docking studies suggested that all of the compounds had better interaction with Mycobactarium tuberculosis enoyl-acyl carrier protein reductase (InhA) than isonicotinohydrazide. It can be concluded that N'-benzoylisonicotinohydrazide derivatives (a-l) can be used as anti-tuberculosis candidates. The docking results obtained revealed that all of the compounds were interacted well with InhA, with compound g exhibiting the best interaction.


Keywords


N'-benzoylisonicotinohydrazide; Inhibin Alpha Subunit (InhA) inhibition; Anti-tuberculosis; Synthesis; Docking

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.11113/mjfas.v15n3.1030

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