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J Med Chem. 2009 May 28;52(10):3328-41. doi: 10.1021/jm900253g.

Rhodamine inhibitors of P-glycoprotein: an amide/thioamide "switch" for ATPase activity.

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Department of Chemistry, University at Buffalo, The State University of New York, Buffalo, New York 14260-3000, USA.

Abstract

We have examined 46 tetramethylrosamine/rhodamine derivatives with structural diversity in the heteroatom of the xanthylium core, the amino substituents of the 3- and 6-positions, and the alkyl, aryl, or heteroaryl group at the 9-substituent. These compounds were examined for affinity and ATPase stimulation in isolated MDR3 CL P-gp and human P-gp-His(10), for their ability to promote uptake of calcein AM and vinblastine in multidrug-resistant MDCKII-MDR1 cells, and for transport in monolayers of MDCKII-MDR1 cells. Thioamide 31-S gave K(M) of 0.087 microM in human P-gp. Small changes in structure among this set of compounds affected affinity as well as transport rate (or flux) even though all derivatives examined were substrates for P-gp. With isolated protein, tertiary amide groups dictate high affinity and high stimulation while tertiary thioamide groups give high affinity and inhibition of ATPase activity. In MDCKII-MDR1 cells, the tertiary thioamide-containing derivatives promote uptake of calcein AM and have very slow passive, absorptive, and secretory rates of transport relative to transport rates for tertiary amide-containing derivatives. Thioamide 31-S promoted uptake of calcein AM and inhibited efflux of vinblastine with IC(50)'s of approximately 2 microM in MDCKII-MDR1 cells.

PMID:
19402665
PMCID:
PMC3400110
DOI:
10.1021/jm900253g
[Indexed for MEDLINE]
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