Social Sciences & Humanities
Farker, K., Henschel, L., Marschner, J.P., Reimann, I., Volkmann, H. and Hoffmann, A. (1992) Investigations into a New Antiarrhythmic Substance Z-2-Amino-5-Chlor-Benzophenon-Amidin-Hydralazin in Humans. International Journal of Clinical Pharmacology, Therapy, and Toxicology, 30, 513-514.
AUTHORS: Marílya Palmeira Galdino da Silva, Ygor Mendes de Oliveira, Anna Caroline Lima Candido, João Xavier de Araújo-Júnior, Érica Erlanny da Silva Rodrigues, Kadja Luana Chagas Monteiro, Thiago Mendonça de Aquino, Fabiane Caxico de Abreu
ABSTRACT: Aminoguanidine hydrazones (AGHs) are a class of compounds that have interesting pharmacological activities. They are derived from the same chemical group as aminoguanidine, so it has mixed properties (receptor and donor) in the formation of hydrogen bonds. Its anticancer agent properties were recently highlighted, but the molecules of this class have solubility in aqueous solutions that can be considered low. The identification of this class, by a simple, sensitive and low-cost technique, such as electrochemistry, which also allows the evaluation of its solubilization process through agents such as PAMAM dendrimer is the main objective of the work described here. The electrochemical response of the LQM10 (AGH derivative) was evaluated, as well as its behavior in different electrochemical sensors. Electrochemical experiments were performed in buffered (phosphate at pH 7.02 and acetate at 4.5). LQM10 has a reversible oxidation peak with a potential of +0.22 V. It was efficiently detected in different electrodes tested (glass carbon/CNT, glass carbon/CNT/PAMAM), which proves the viability of the electrodes for various analyses and has the determination of the apparent constant association, indicating its interaction with the analysis that is higher in the presence of the PAMAM encapsulating agent. This was corroborated by the results for the modified gold electrode with MUA and PAMAM. The sum of the results shows the possibility of electrochemically evaluating the Aminoguanidine hydrazone derivative, the viability of electrodes employed and the greater solubilization of LQM10 in the presence of the PAMAM dendrimer.