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Review Article

Synthesis of Drugs and Biorelevant N-heterocycles Employing Recent Advances in C-N Bond Formation

Author(s): Firdoos Ahmad Sofi and Prasad V. Bharatam*

Volume 24 , Issue 20 , 2020

Page: [2293 - 2340] Pages: 48

DOI: 10.2174/1385272824999200909114144

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Abstract

C-N bond formation is a particularly important step in the generation of many biologically relevant heterocyclic molecules. Several methods have been reported for this purpose over the past few decades. Well-known named reactions like Ullmann-Goldberg coupling, Buchwald-Hartwig coupling and Chan-Lam coupling are associated with the C-N bond formation reactions. Several reviews covering this topic have already been published. However, no comprehensive review covering the synthesis of drugs/ lead compounds using the C-N bond formation reactions was reported. In this review, we cover many modern methods of the C-N bond formation reactions, with special emphasis on metal-free and green chemistry methods. We also report specific strategies adopted for the synthesis of drugs, which involve the C-N bond formation reactions. Examples include anti-cancer, antidepressant, anti-inflammatory, anti-atherosclerotic, anti-histaminic, antibiotics, antibacterial, anti-rheumatic, antiepileptic and anti-diabetic agents. Many recently developed lead compounds generated using the C-N bond formation reactions are also covered in this review. Examples include MAP kinase inhibitors, TRKs inhibitors, Polo-like Kinase inhibitors and MPS1 inhibitors.

Keywords: Biorelevant N-heterocycles, C-N bond formation, Buchwald-Hartwig coupling, drugs, lead molecules, metal free methods, greener approaches.

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