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|Título:||Synthesis and characterization of novel hydroxy- and aminobisphosphonates|
|Autor:||Teixeira, Fátima C.|
Pereira, Inês F. A.
Curto, Maria João Marcelo
Duarte, M. Teresa
|Citação:||Teixeira, F. C.; Lucas, C.; Pereira, I. F. A.; Curto, M. J. M.; Neves, M.; Duarte, M. T. Synthesis and characterization of novel hydroxy- and aminobisphosphonates. In: 7ENQQ, 7º Encontro Nacional de Química Orgânica e 1º Simpósio Luso-Francês de Química Orgânica da Sociedade Portuguesa de Química, Lisboa, Julho, 16-18 de 2007, Book of Abstracts, PC 47|
|Resumo:||Bisphosphonates (BPs) are a family of drugs that are successfully used in the treatment of various calcium-related disorders such as Pagetμs disease, osteoporosis and bone metastases. In addition, functional BPs have been also used in the treatment of metal intoxication and as novel ligands for well-defined radioactive metal complexes that can be used in imagiology, scintigraphy and radiotherapy applications [1,2]. The indazole derivatives are pharmacologically important compounds and the indazole ring system forms the basis of a number of drug molecules. Condensed pyrazoles are also known as pharmacophoric elements in numerous active compounds. However, in comparison with other heteroaromatic compounds, the chemistry of indazole and condensed pyrazoles remains less studied . The present work is to extend the previous studies in indazolebisphosphonates  in order to obtain new BPs derived from indazole and condensed pyrazole with potential biological/therapeutical activities. Herein, we report the synthesis and characterization of a series of new 1-hydroxybisphosphonates (1) and aminobisphosphonates (2) (substituted at different C- or N-positions of the indazole ring - N-1, C-5, C-6, C-7)|
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