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Structure-Activity Relationship in the Leucettine Family of Kinase Inhibitors

Frederic Miege
  • Function : Author
Didier Roche
  • Function : Author
Laurent Meijer
  • Function : Correspondent author

Abstract

The protein kinase DYRK1A is involved in Alzheimer's disease, Down syndrome, diabetes, viral infections, and leukemia. Leucettines, a family of 2-aminoimidazolin-4-ones derived from the marine sponge alkaloid Leucettamine B, have been developed as pharmacological inhibitors of DYRKs (dual specificity, tyrosine phosphorylation regulated kinases) and CLKs (cdc2-like kinases). We report here on the synthesis and structure-activity relationship (SAR) of 68 Leucettines. Leucettines were tested on 11 purified kinases and in cellular assays: (1) CLK1 pre-mRNA splicing, (2) Threonine-212-Tau phosphorylation, (3) glutamate-induced cell death, (4) autophagy and (5) antagonism of ligand-activated cannabinoid receptor CB1. The Leucettine SAR observed for DYRK1A is essentially identical for CLK1, CLK4, DYRK1B, and DYRK2. DYRK3 and CLK3 are less sensitive to Leucettines. In contrast, the cellular SAR highlights correlations between inhibition of specific kinase targets and some but not all cellular effects. Leucettines deserve further development as potential therapeutics against various diseases on the basis of their molecular targets and cellular effects.
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hal-03512536 , version 1 (05-01-2022)

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Tania Tahtouh, Emilie Durieu, Benoit Villiers, Celine Bruyere, Thu Lan Nguyen, et al.. Structure-Activity Relationship in the Leucettine Family of Kinase Inhibitors. Journal of Medicinal Chemistry, 2022, 65 (2), pp.1396-1417. ⟨10.1021/acs.jmedchem.1c01141⟩. ⟨hal-03512536⟩
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