• Harathi Perka Teegala Krishna Reddy College Of Pharmacy
  • Rajendra Prasad V V S
  • Satyavati D
  • Siva Subramanian
  • Vivekananda Boya
  • Prashanthi Gali


Objectives: To synthesize novel pyrazole derivatives and their evaluation for anti-inflammatory activity.
Methods: The synthesis of chalcone (1) was carried out by using Claisen-Schmidt condensation. which on further cyclization with thiosemicarbazide
gives the substituted 3, 5-diphenyl-4, 5-dihydro-pyrazole-1-carbothoic acid amide (2), further reaction with different aldehydes yield title compounds
(3). Using this scheme 8 compounds were synthesized which further have been evaluated for anti-inflammatory activity by egg-albumin induced paw
Results: All the synthesized compounds have been supported by spectral analysis. The anti-inflammatory activity of synthesized compounds was
compared with standard anti-inflammatory agent Diclofenac sodium.
Conclusion: Compound-8, compound-2 and compound-3 showed greater anti-inflammatory activity due to the presence of alkene and electron
withdrawing groups (Cl and NO
Keywords: Chalcone, Thiosemicarbazide, Pyrazole derivatives, Anti-inflammatory activity.

Author Biography

Harathi Perka, Teegala Krishna Reddy College Of Pharmacy
Pharmaceutical chemistry


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Perka, H., R. P. V V S, S. D, S. Subramanian, V. Boya, and P. Gali. “SYNTHESIS, CHARACTERIZATION AND ANTI-INFLAMMATORY ACTIVITY OF NOVEL PYRAZOLE DERIVATIVES”. Asian Journal of Pharmaceutical and Clinical Research, Vol. 8, no. 5, Sept. 2015, pp. 82-86,
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