SPECTRAL STUDIES OF THE INTERACTION BETWEEN SOLIFENACIN SUCCINATE AND HERRING SPERM DNA

  • Babu Giriya Gowda Department of Chemistry, Maharani's Science College for Women, Palace Road, Bangalore-560 001. India
  • Mallappa M Department of Chemistry, Maharani’s Science College for Women, Bangalore 560001, India

Abstract

Objective: The interaction between solifenacin succinate (SFS) and herring sperm DNA (Hs-DNA) was investigated by using UV–vis and fluorescence spectra at pH 7.4.

Methods: The UV-vis and fluorimetric titrations were performed by keeping the concentration of SFS constant and varying the concentration of Hs-DNA in a buffer solution of pH 7.4. The absorption spectra shows an increase in absorbance at an absorption band of SFS with increasing concentration of Hs-DNA. A quenching of intrinsic fluorescence of SFS was observed with the increasing of Hs-DNA concentration.

Results: The fluorescence lifetime results, the varieties of the fluorophore absorption spectra and the decrease of the binding constant with the increasing temperature all indicate that the fluorescence quenching is static. The ratio and constant of the binding Hs-DNA to SFS are 1 and 6.76 x 105, respectively. The values of ΔH, ΔS and ΔG obtained for SFS-Hs-DNA were - 9.93 kJ/mol, 0.17 kJ/(mol K) and - 44.78 kJ/mol respectively at 298 K.

Conclusions: The absorption spectra and fluorescence quenching spectra of SFS in presence of Hs-DNA strongly supports the interaction of SFS with Hs-DNA. SFS binds to Hs-DNA with a binding constant of 6.76 x 105 at 298 K. In addition, thermodynamic data for the SFS binding to Hs-DNA showed that the binding of SFS to Hs-DNA is not only exothermic but entropy-driven.

 

Keywords: Solifenacin succinate, Herring sperm DNA, Spectral studies, Interaction.

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Gowda, B. G., and M. M. “SPECTRAL STUDIES OF THE INTERACTION BETWEEN SOLIFENACIN SUCCINATE AND HERRING SPERM DNA”. International Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, Vol. 6, no. 9, 1, pp. 607-9, https://innovareacademics.in/journals/index.php/ijpps/article/view/2065.
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