Novel proapoptotic Smac mimics/IAPs inhibitors have been designed, synthesized and characterized. Computational models and structural studies (crystallography, NMR) have elucidated the SAR of this class of inhibitors, and have permitted further optimization of their properties. In vitro characterization (XIAP BIR3 and linker-BIR2-BIR3 binding, cytotox assays, early ADMET profiling) of the compounds has been performed, identifying one lead for further in vitro and in vivo evaluation

Rational design, synthesis and characterization of potent, non-peptidic Smac mimics/XIAP inhibitors as proapoptotic agents for cancer therapy / P. Seneci, A. Bianchi, C. Battaglia, L. Belvisi, M. Bolognesi, A. Caprini, F. Cossu, E. Franco, M. De Matteo, D. Delia, C. Drago, A. Khaled, D. Lecis, L. Manzoni, M. Marizzoni, E. Mastrangelo, M. Milani, I. Motto, E. Moroni, D. Potenza, V. Rizzo, F. Servida, E. Turlizzi, M. Varrone, F. Vasile, C. Scolastico. - In: BIOORGANIC & MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY. - ISSN 0968-0896. - 17:16(2009 Aug 15), pp. 5834-5856.

Rational design, synthesis and characterization of potent, non-peptidic Smac mimics/XIAP inhibitors as proapoptotic agents for cancer therapy

P. Seneci
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C. Battaglia;L. Belvisi;M. Bolognesi;F. Cossu;M. De Matteo;M. Marizzoni;D. Potenza;F. Vasile;C. Scolastico
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2009

Abstract

Novel proapoptotic Smac mimics/IAPs inhibitors have been designed, synthesized and characterized. Computational models and structural studies (crystallography, NMR) have elucidated the SAR of this class of inhibitors, and have permitted further optimization of their properties. In vitro characterization (XIAP BIR3 and linker-BIR2-BIR3 binding, cytotox assays, early ADMET profiling) of the compounds has been performed, identifying one lead for further in vitro and in vivo evaluation
Apoptosis; Crystallography; Medicinal chemistry; NMR; Oncology; Rational drug design; Smac; XIAP
Settore BIO/10 - Biochimica
Settore CHIM/06 - Chimica Organica
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