Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12779/5487
Title: Substituted Pyrazolo[3,4-b]pyridines as Potent A1 Adenosine Antagonists: Synthesis, Biological Evaluation, and Development of an A1 Bovine Receptor Model
Authors: Tuccinardi, T
Schenone, S
Bondavalli, F
Brullo, C
Bruno, O
Mosti, L
ZIZZARI A., T
Tintori, Cristina
Manetti, Fabrizio 
Ciampi, O
TRINCAVELLI M., L
Martini, C
Martinelli, A
Botta, Maurizio 
Keywords: 3D QSAR; Adenosine; Adenosine receptors; Homology modeling; Pyrazolopyridines
Issue Date: 2008
Project: None 
Journal: CHEMMEDCHEM
Abstract: 
Sixty-eight new substituted pyrazolo[3,4-b]pyridine derivatives were synthesized and tested for enriching a library of active A1 adenosine receptor (AR) antagonists belonging to the same class. These compounds were also used as an external test set to check the reliability of a 3D QSAR model recently reported by us. To investigate the binding mode of pyrazolopyridine derivatives, a model of the bovine A1AR (bA1AR) was developed by a novel homology modeling approach and used to evaluate the main interactions of the ligands with the receptor through docking studies. Results suggest important interactions of the ligands mainly with L3.33(88), T3.36(91), Q3.37(92) and H6.52(251), in agreement with mutagenesis data. The racemic mixture of the most active compound was separated into the corresponding enantiomers which showed a bA1AR affinity in the nanomolar range, with the R enantiomer sevenfold more active than the S enantiomer, according to results derived from calculations on the receptor model. Analysis of the bovine/human A1AR affinity profile of ligands supported the hypothesis that such receptors should be characterized by a different size of their binding site, responsible for the different affinity of the antagonists.
Description: 
37116
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12779/5487
ISSN: 1860-7179
DOI: 10.1002/cmdc.200700355
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