Structural insight into the stereoselective inhibition of MMP-8 by enantiomeric sulfonamide phosphonates.Pochetti, G., Gavuzzo, E., Campestre, C., Agamennone, M., Tortorella, P., Consalvi, V., Gallina, C., Hiller, O., Tschesche, H., Tucker, P.A., Mazza, F.
(2006) J Med Chem 49: 923-931
- PubMed: 16451058
- DOI: 10.1021/jm050787+
- Primary Citation of Related Structures:
- PubMed Abstract:
- X-ray structure of human stromelysin catalytic domain complexed with nonpeptide inhibitors: implications for inhibitor selectivity
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- Two crystal structures of human neutrophil collagenase, one complexed with a primed- and the other with an unprimed-side inhibitor: implications for drug design
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- X-ray structuresof human neutrophil collagenase complexed with peptide hydroxamate and peptide thiol inhibitors. Implications for substrate binding and rational drug design
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Potent and selective inhibitors of matrix metalloproteinases (MMPs), a family of zinc proteases that can degrade all the components of the extracellular matrix, could be useful for treatment of diseases such as cancer and arthritis. The most potent M ...
Potent and selective inhibitors of matrix metalloproteinases (MMPs), a family of zinc proteases that can degrade all the components of the extracellular matrix, could be useful for treatment of diseases such as cancer and arthritis. The most potent MMP inhibitors are based on hydroxamate as zinc-binding group (ZBG). alpha-Arylsulfonylamino phosphonates incorporate a particularly favorable combination of phosphonate as ZBG and arylsulfonylamino backbone so that their affinity exceptionally attains the nanomolar strength frequently observed for hydroxamate analogues. The detailed mode of binding of [1-(4'-methoxybiphenyl-4-sulfonylamino)-2-methylpropyl]phosphonate has been clarified by the crystal structures of the complexes that the R- and S-enantiomers respectively form with MMP-8. The reasons for the preferential MMP-8 inhibition by the R-phosphonate are underlined and the differences in the mode of binding of analogous alpha-arylsulfonylamino hydroxamates and carboxylates are discussed.
Istituto di Cristallografia, C.N.R., Monterotondo Stazione, Rome, Italy.