ANTIMICROBIAL AGENTS CONTAINING NITROGEN AND SULPHUR HETEROCYCLES AND COMMON PATHOGENIC MICROBES: AN OVERVIEW
The nitrogen and sulphur heterocyclic containing compounds and their derivatives play an important role in medicinal research as antimicrobial agents. Pathogenic microbes used various types of strategies to penetrate into host cells. The several types of mechanisms developed by the microorganisms (fungi, bacteria, and virus), to the penetration into their host cell. The present review mainly highlights the heterocycles containing pyrimidine nucleus important for antimicrobial activity.