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  • Potentiometric and spectroscopic studies of transition-metal ions complexes with a Quinolone Derivative (cinoxacin). Crystal structures of new Cu(II) and Ni(II) cinoxacin complexes
    Journal of Inorganic Biochemistry, 1997
    Co-Authors: M. Ruiz, R. Ortiz, L. Perelló, Julio Latorre, Juan Server-carrió
    Abstract:

    Abstract The interaction of cobalt(II), nickel(II), copper(II), and zinc(II) with Cinoxacin (HCx = 1-ethyl-1,4-dihydro-4-oxo(1,3)dioxolo(4,5-g)cinnoline-3-carboxylic acid), a 4Quinolone Derivative, has been studied at metal/ligand ratios of 1:1-1:3 by means of pH-metric, spectrophotometric, and ESR methods. The formation constants have been determined and the stereochemistry for the metal ions in the species present in aqueous solutions (at 37 ± 0.1°C and I = 0.1 mol dm −3 NaCl) is discussed. In all the studied systems, complexes with different stoichiometric ratios, in which cinoxacin acts both as neutral and deprotonated ligand, are formed. The anomalous sequence of the stepwise stability constants observed for cobalt(II) and nickel(II) systems suggests changes in stereochemistry when CoCx 2 and NiCx 2 are formed. For zinc(II) this change has to be still more pronounced since a [ZnCx] + species has not been detected. For the Cu(II) system the sequence in the stepwise stability constants indicates the preferential formation of the [CuCx] + monocomplex. The crystal and molecular structure of new Cu(II) and Ni(II) complexes of cinoxacin have been investigated. The metal ion in [Cu(Cx) 2 H 2 O]·3H 2 O is five-coordinated and the complex crystallizes in the triclinic P 1 space group with a = 10.620(1), b = 11.358(1), c = 12.440(2) A , α = 78.25(1), β = 80.24(1), γ = 63.34(1)°, and Z = 2 . The complex [Ni(Cx) 2 -(DMSO) 2 ]·4H 2 O contains six-coordinated Ni(II) and crystallizes in the triclinic P 1 space group with a = 8.866(3), b = 9.141(1), c = 11.580(1) A , α = 69.301(9), β = 82.17(2), γ = 75.86(2)°, and Z = 1 .

Jacek Musiał – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • Treatment of respiratory tract infections with pefloxacin
    Polskie Archiwum Medycyny Wewnetrznej, 1991
    Co-Authors: W Królikowski, Piotr Głuszko, Jerzy Soja, A Prokop, M Wandzilak, T Klisiewicz-pańszczyk, I Jurek, M Gruszka, S Sek, Jacek Musiał
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    Pefloxacin, a 4Quinolone Derivative, was administered in the dose of 800-1200 mg for the mean of 12 days to 24 patients with respiratory tract infection complicating chronic bronchial asthma or chronic obstructive lung disease. Patients with positive sputum culture and bacteria sensitive to pefloxacin were included in the study. Total eradication of the offending microorganisms was achieved in 54% of patients, and partial–in the next 20%. A poor efficacy of pefloxacin against Streptococcus species has been confirmed. In a few cases we have observed the development of resistance of isolated bacteria to pefloxacin during the course of treatment.

M. Ruiz – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • Potentiometric and spectroscopic studies of transition-metal ions complexes with a Quinolone Derivative (cinoxacin). Crystal structures of new Cu(II) and Ni(II) cinoxacin complexes
    Journal of Inorganic Biochemistry, 1997
    Co-Authors: M. Ruiz, R. Ortiz, L. Perelló, Julio Latorre, Juan Server-carrió
    Abstract:

    Abstract The interaction of cobalt(II), nickel(II), copper(II), and zinc(II) with Cinoxacin (HCx = 1-ethyl-1,4-dihydro-4-oxo(1,3)dioxolo(4,5-g)cinnoline-3-carboxylic acid), a 4Quinolone Derivative, has been studied at metal/ligand ratios of 1:1-1:3 by means of pH-metric, spectrophotometric, and ESR methods. The formation constants have been determined and the stereochemistry for the metal ions in the species present in aqueous solutions (at 37 ± 0.1°C and I = 0.1 mol dm −3 NaCl) is discussed. In all the studied systems, complexes with different stoichiometric ratios, in which cinoxacin acts both as neutral and deprotonated ligand, are formed. The anomalous sequence of the stepwise stability constants observed for cobalt(II) and nickel(II) systems suggests changes in stereochemistry when CoCx 2 and NiCx 2 are formed. For zinc(II) this change has to be still more pronounced since a [ZnCx] + species has not been detected. For the Cu(II) system the sequence in the stepwise stability constants indicates the preferential formation of the [CuCx] + monocomplex. The crystal and molecular structure of new Cu(II) and Ni(II) complexes of cinoxacin have been investigated. The metal ion in [Cu(Cx) 2 H 2 O]·3H 2 O is five-coordinated and the complex crystallizes in the triclinic P 1 space group with a = 10.620(1), b = 11.358(1), c = 12.440(2) A , α = 78.25(1), β = 80.24(1), γ = 63.34(1)°, and Z = 2 . The complex [Ni(Cx) 2 -(DMSO) 2 ]·4H 2 O contains six-coordinated Ni(II) and crystallizes in the triclinic P 1 space group with a = 8.866(3), b = 9.141(1), c = 11.580(1) A , α = 69.301(9), β = 82.17(2), γ = 75.86(2)°, and Z = 1 .