Author(s): Momin Khan*, Sehrish Khan, Amir Ul Mulk, Anis Ur Rahman, Abdul Wadood, Sulaiman Shams, Muhammad Ashraf, Jameel Rahman, Iltaf Khan, Abdul Hameed, Zahid Hussain, Abbas Khan, Khair Zaman, Khalid M. Khan, Shahnaz Perveen.
Journal Name: Medicinal Chemistry
Barbituric acid derivatives are a versatile group of compounds which are identified as potential pharmacophores for the treatment of anxiety, epilepsy and other psychiatric disorders. They are also used as anesthetics and have sound effects on the motor and sensory functions. Barbiturates are malonylurea derivatives with a variety of substituents at C-5 position showing resemblance with nitrogen and sulfur containing compounds like thiouracil which exhibited potent anticancer and antiviral activities. Recently, barbituric acid derivatives have also received great interest for applications in nanoscience. Read out full article here: http://www.eurekaselect.com/165349/article