Browsing by Author "Kart, Didem"
Authors:Sarı, Suat; Kart, Didem; Sabuncuoğlu, Suna; Doğan, İnci Selin; Özdemir, Zeynep; Bozbey, İrem; Gencel, Melis; Eşsiz, Şebnem; Reynisson, Jóhannes; Karakurt, Arzu; Saraç, Selma; Dalkara, Sevim
Publisher and Date:(2019)Systemic Candida infections pose a serious public health problem with high morbidity and mortality. C. albicans is the major pathogen identified in candidiasis; however, non-albicans Candida spp. with antifungal resistance are now more prevalent. Azoles are first-choice antifungal drugs for candidiasis; however, they are ineffective for certain infections caused by the resistant strains. Azoles block ergosterol synthesis by inhibiting fungal CYP51, which leads to disruption of fungal membrane ...
Discovery of new azoles with potent activity against Candida spp. and Candida albicans biofilms through virtual screening Authors:Karakurt, Arzu; Kart, Didem; Öztürk, Naile; Kaynak, F. Betül; Gencel, Melis; Taşkor, Gülce; Karakurt, Arzu; Saraç, Selma; Eşsiz, Şebnem; Dalkara, Sevim
Publisher and Date:(Elsevier, 2020)Systemic candidiasis is a rampant bloodstream infection ofCandidaspp. andC. albicansis the majorpathogen isolated from infected humans. Azoles, the most common class of antifungals which sufferfrom increasing resistance, and especially intrinsically resistant non-albicans Candida(NAC) species, actby inhibiting fungal lanosterol 14a-demethylase (CYP51). In this study we identified a number of azolecompounds in 1-(2,4-dichlorophenyl)-2-(1H-imidazol-1-yl)ethanol/ethanone oxime ester structurethrough ...
New azole derivatives showing antimicrobial effects and their mechanism of antifungal activity by molecular modeling studies Authors:Dogan, Inci Selin; Saraç, Selma; Sari, Suat; Kart, Didem; Eşsiz, Şebnem; Vural, Imran; Dalkara, Sevim
Publisher and Date:(Elsevier France-Editions Scientifiques Medicales Elsevier, 2017)Azole antifungals are potent inhibitors of fungal lanosterol 14 alpha demethylase (CYP51) and have been used for eradication of systemic candidiasis clinically. Herein we report the design synthesis and biological evaluation of a series of 1-phenyl/1-(4-chlorophenyl)-2-(1H-imidazol-1-yl) ethanol esters. Many of these derivatives showed fungal growth inhibition at very low concentrations. Minimal inhibition concentration (MIC) value of 15 was 0.125 mu g/mL against Candida albicans. Additionally ...