Review article on: Synthesis and Biological activities of Allyl Sulfides

  • Pomila Sharma Punjab Agriculture University
  • Anjali Sidhu Punjab Agriculture University
Keywords: Allyl sulfides, Synthesis, Anti-cancer, Anti-microbial, Antibacterial, Antioxidant

Abstract

The current review frameworks different approaches of synthesis and various biological activities of allyl sulfides. The food-based natural products (allyl sulfides) are major organo-sulfur constituent of garlic had been studied extensively due to their moderate toxicity accompanied by number of biological applications such as anti-cancer, anti-microbial, antibiotic, antimutagenic and detoxification etc. The broad-spectrum application of allyl sulfides inspires us to do advance research on it.

Author Biographies

Pomila Sharma, Punjab Agriculture University

Department of chemistry,
Punjab Agriculture University,
, Ludhiana, Punjab - 141004, India

Anjali Sidhu, Punjab Agriculture University

Department of chemistry,
Punjab Agriculture University,
Ludhiana, Punjab - 141004, India

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2019-08-01
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