Discovery and SAR of substituted 3-oxoisoindoline-4-carboxamides as potent inhibitors of poly(ADP-ribose) polymerase (PARP) for the treatment of cancer.Gandhi, V.B., Luo, Y., Liu, X., Shi, Y., Klinghofer, V., Johnson, E.F., Park, C., Giranda, V.L., Penning, T.D., Zhu, G.D.
(2010) Bioorg.Med.Chem.Lett. 20: 1023-1026
- PubMed: 20045315
- DOI: 10.1016/j.bmcl.2009.12.042
- PubMed Abstract:
Through conformational restriction of a benzamide by formation of a seven-membered hydrogen-bond with an oxindole carbonyl group, a series of PARP inhibitors was designed for appropriate orientation for binding to the PARP surface. This series of com ...
Through conformational restriction of a benzamide by formation of a seven-membered hydrogen-bond with an oxindole carbonyl group, a series of PARP inhibitors was designed for appropriate orientation for binding to the PARP surface. This series of compounds with a 3-oxoisoindoline-4-carboxamide core structure, displayed modest to good activity against PARP-1 in both intrinsic and cellular assays. SAR studies at the lactam nitrogen of the pharmacophore have suggested that a secondary or tertiary amine is important for cellular potency. An X-ray structure of compound 1e bound to the protein confirmed the formation of a seven-membered intramolecular hydrogen bond. Though revealed previously in peptides, this type of seven-membered intramolecular hydrogen bond is rarely observed in small molecules. Largely due to the formation of the intramolecular hydrogen bond, the 3-oxoisoindoline-4-carboxamide core structure appears to be planar in the X-ray structure. An additional hydrogen bond interaction of the piperidine nitrogen to Gly-888 also contributes to the binding affinity of 1e to PARP-1.
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