Novel Diaryl or Heterocyclic Sulfonamides as Antimitotic Agents

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Anti-Cancer Agents in Medicinal Chemistry

Formerly: Current Medicinal Chemistry - Anti-Cancer Agents

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Michelle Prudhomme
Universite Blaise Pascal - C.N.R.S
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Novel Diaryl or Heterocyclic Sulfonamides as Antimitotic Agents

Anti-Cancer Agents in Medicinal Chemistry, 8(7): 739-745.

Author(s): Laixing Hu, Zhuo-rong Li, Jian-dong Jiang and David W Boykin.

Affiliation: Department of Chemistry and Center for Biotechnology and Drug Design, Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA 30303, USA.


The sulfonamides constitute an important class of drugs, which display a variety of activities including antibacterial, anticarbonic anhydrase, diuretic, hypoglycemic and antithyroid effectiveness. A number of sulfonamides have been reported to be potent anticancer agents, which interact with a wide range of different cellular targets. Among these interesting sulfonamides, the diaryl or heterocyclic sulfonamides have recently emerged as an important class of antimitotic agents against different types of cancer, including multidrug resistant tumors. This review summarizes the recent advances of the diaryl or heterocyclic sulfonamides as novel antimitotic agents.


Antimitotic Agents, Heterocyclic Sulfonamides, anticarbonic anhydrase, hypoglycemic, potent anticancer agents, tumor cell, structure-activity relationships (SAR).

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Article Details

Volume: 8
Issue Number: 7
First Page: 739
Last Page: 745
Page Count: 7
DOI: 10.2174/187152008785914806
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