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Rapid and Efficient Access to Novel Bio-Inspired 3-Dimensional Tricyclic SpiroLactams as Privileged Structures via Meyers’ Lactamization

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The concept of privileged structure has been used as a fruitful approach for the discovery of novel biologically active molecules. A privileged structure is defined as a semi-rigid scaffold able to display substituents in multiple spatial directions and capable of providing potent and selective ligands for different biological targets through the modification of those substituents. On average, these backbones tend to exhibit improved drug-like properties and therefore represent attractive starting points for hit-to-lead optimization programs. This article promotes the rapid, reliable, and efficient synthesis of novel, highly 3-dimensional, and easily functionalized bio-inspired tricyclic spirolactams, as well as an analysis of their drug-like properties.
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hal-04093411 , version 1 (10-05-2023)

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Salia Tangara, Léo Faïon, Catherine Piveteau, Frédéric Capet, Romain Godelier, et al.. Rapid and Efficient Access to Novel Bio-Inspired 3-Dimensional Tricyclic SpiroLactams as Privileged Structures via Meyers’ Lactamization. Pharmaceuticals, 2023, 16 (3), pp.413. ⟨10.3390/ph16030413⟩. ⟨hal-04093411⟩
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