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A review of chemistry and pharmacology of Piperidine alkaloids of Pinus and related genera. Current Pharmaceutical Biotechnology (IF2.837), Pub Date : 2021-08-12, DOI: 10.2174/1389201022666210812123815 Lav Singh,Atul K Upadhyay,Pooja Dixit,Arpit Singh,Divyanshu Yadav,Apurv Chhavi,Suraj Konar,Ravi Prakash Srivastava,Shivaraman Pandey,Hari Prasad Devkota,Praveen C Verma,Gauri Saxena
Pinus and other related conifers belonging to family pinaceae are most commonly used medicinal plants in Indian North-western Himalayas. Various parts of these plants including needles are source of several well known alkaloids. Of all the alkaloids, piperidine group is one of important component and hold considerable medicinal importance.
The group of alkaloids was initially identified from genus Piper through which a large variety of piperidine molecules have been extracted. The planar structure of this heterocyclic nucleus enables acetamide groups to be added at various ring configurations.
In the area of drug research, the piperidine heterocycle has gained considerable interest. To produce a new therapeutic profile, the broad range of its therapeutic application paved the way for researchers to implant the nucleus from time to time in diversified pharmacophores.
However, biological functions of piperidine metabolites have been mostly examined on a limited scale and that most of the findings are thus preliminary. We have tried to present different clinical applications of piperidine alkaloids in this study that researchers have already attempted to demystify from time to time.
Given the importance of the piperidine nucleus, the study will enable the researcher to produce scaffolds of the highest therapeutic efficacy. We have also illustrated different types of piperidine, its sources in different member of family pinaceae with special emphasis on Pinus.