Investigating the inclusion of the Ag(I)-nimesulide complex into b-cyclodextrin: Studies in solution and in the solid state. De Paiva, R., E., F.; Abbehausen, C.; Bergamini, F., R., G.; Thompson, A., L.; Alves, D., A.; Lancellotti, M.; and Corbi, P., P. Journal of Inclusion Phenomena and Macrocyclic Chemistry, 2014.
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The present work describes the preparation and characterization of inclusion systems involving b-CD and the silver(I) nimesulide coordination complex (Ag-NMS), prepared by kneading (K) and co-evaporation (CE) methods. Solid state characterization by DSC, XRD and IR vibrational spectroscopic measurements provided remarkable evidences of the formation of true inclusion systems. Solution measurements provided information about the inclusion mode. The UV-Vis spectroscopy was used to obtain the association constants by the Scatchard method, and the value obtained was 370 ± 2 L mol-1. The 1H NMR spectroscopic measurements indicate a total inclusion of the guest into the cavity. A 2D NOESY experiment was carried out for the inclusion complex. The spectrum shows that hydrogens 3-6 of the cyclodextrin clearly correlate with the protons of the phenoxy ring of nimesulide in the Ag-NMS coordination compound, which confirms the formation of the inclusion complex. The antibacterial activities of the Ag-NMS and CE-[(Ag-NMS)b-CD] inclusion system were evaluated by the well diffusion method over Escherichia coli and Pseudomonas aeruginosa (Gram-negative) and Staphylococcus aureus (Grampositive) pathogenic bacterial strains. The observed data shows the significant antibacterial activity of the Ag-NMS coordination complex, and no activity for the inclusion complex under the same considered conditions. ©Springer Science+Business Media Dordrecht 2013.
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