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J Med Chem. 1997 Nov 21;40(24):3947-56.

Synthesis and biological properties of new constrained CCK-B antagonists: discrimination of two affinity states of the CCK-B receptor on transfected CHO cells.

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D├ępartement de Pharmacochimie Mol├ęculaire et Structurale, U266 INSERM-URA D1500, CNRS, UFR des Sciences Pharmaceutiques et Biologiques, Paris, France.

Abstract

To improve our knowledge of the bioactive conformation of CCK-B antagonists, we have developed a new series of constrained dipeptoids whose synthesis and biochemical properties are reported here. These compounds, of general structure N alpha-[(2-adamantyloxy)carbonyl]-alpha-methyltryptophanyl-(4 -X)-proline, were designed by introducing a cyclization in the structure of the previously described CCK-B/peptoid antagonist RB 210, N-[N-[(2-adamantyloxy)carbonyl]-DL-alpha-methyltryptophanyl] -N-(2-phenylethyl)glycine (Blommaert et al. J. Med. Chem. 1993, 36, 2868-2877), by means of a five-membered ring. Structure-affinity relationship studies showed that an R configuration of Trp-C alpha and a cis configuration of the pyrrolidine substituents were favorable for receptor recognition. The most potent compounds of this new series had similar affinities for the CCK-B receptor as RB 210 and proved to be far more efficient in inhibiting inositol phosphate production in CHO cells stably transfected with rat brain CCK-B receptor, with IC50 values approaching those of the commonly used antagonists L-365,260 and PD-134,308. Moreover, binding studies performed using transfected CHO cells showed that two affinity states of the CCK-B receptor can be discriminated by some of these compounds which also have different biological profiles and are therefore highly interesting tools for the biochemical and pharmacological characterization of CCK-B receptor heterogeneity.

PMID:
9397175
DOI:
10.1021/jm970439a
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