An efficient strategy for the syntheses of highly diverse benzimidazoles in exceptional yields via post Ugi reactions has been described. In our methodology we have utilized isocyanide based Ugi-reaction followed by acid catalyzed condensation cyclization reaction under microwave irradiations. All benzimidazole derivatives showed moderate to good antimalarial activity when compared with chloroquine as reference compound. Among these compounds, three of them (8b), (8c), (8d) were found to be most potent towards antimalarial activity. The synthesized hybrids were examined for their purity with the help of thin layer chromatography. Different analytical techniques were employed for further characterization like Mass studies, NMRs (1H and 13C) and FT-IR.
Dandia, Anshu; Potlia, Pankaj; Khan, Irfan; Kumar Kashyap, Vivek; Verma, Ved Prakash; Karnatak, Mankiva; Dhasmana, Anupam; Pandey, Shashi; Shrimali, Tarun; Parewa, Vijay; Khan, Shahnawaz; and Singh, Jaybir, "Diversity-Oriented Synthesis of Novel Benzimidazoles as Antimalarial agents via post Ugi MCR" (2019). School of Medicine Publications and Presentations. 149.
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