ISATIN SCHIFF BASE -AN OVERVIEW

 

 

CONCLUSION
The literature reveals that isatin derivatives has diverse biological activity and the various synthetic routes brought an interest to the chemists, pharmacologists and researchers. Due to their wide range of applications, these compounds received a great deal of attention. In conclusion, a wide variety of biological activity of isatin shiff base has been described.

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