Table 2 MBC/MFC (µg ml−1) of diazenyl chalcones (C18C27) against various microbial strains

From: Antimicrobial, antioxidant and cytotoxic evaluation of diazenyl chalcones along with insights to mechanism of interaction by molecular docking studies

Compound B. cereus
MBC (µg ml−1)
S. typhi
MBC (µg ml−1)
E. coli
MBC (µg ml−1)
S. aureus
MBC (µg ml−1)
B. subtilis
MBC (µg ml−1)
C. albicans
MFC (µg ml−1)
A. fumigatus
MFC (µg ml−1)
C-18 125 125 62.5 125 125 125 125
C-19 500 125 500 125 62.5 125 250
C-20 125 125 250 125 125 250 125
C-21 62.5 125 31.25 125 62.5 125 125
C-22 3.90 7.81 7.81 31.25 7.81 31.25 125
C-23 62.5 62.5 15.62 125 62.5 125 125
C-24 15.62 15.62 31.25 15.62 62.5 125 125
C-25 125 125 125 62.5 62.5 62.5 62.5
C-26 250 62.5 125 31.25 62.5 125 125
C-27 125 62.5 15.62 62.5 31.25 62.5 125
Dye A 31.25 62.5 31.25 125 125 62.5 125
Dye E 62.5 125 31.25 62.5 125 125 125
Chalcone 62.5 62.5 31.25 62.5 62.5 125 125
Cefadroxil 31.25 125 31.25 31.25 125
Cefotaxime 15.62 7.81 7.81 31.25 7.81
SXT 7.81 3.90 1.95 7.81 15.62
CIP 15.62 7.81 7.81 3.90 15.62
Fluconazole 31.25 125
  1. Chalcone (E)-3-(2,4-dichlorophenyl)-1-(4-hydroxyphenyl)prop-2-en-1-one, SXT Sulfamethoxazole/trimethoprim; CIP ciprofloxacin