Title: Heterocyclic rimantadine analogues with antiviral activity
Authors: Stamatiou, George ×
Foscolos, George B
Fytas, George
Kolocouris, Antonios
Kolocouris, Nicolas
Pannecouque, Christophe
Witvrouw, Myriam
Padalko, Elizaveta
Neyts, Johan
De Clercq, Erik #
Issue Date: Dec-2003
Series Title: Bioorganic & medicinal chemistry vol:11 issue:24 pages:5485-92
Abstract: 2-(1-Adamantyl)pyrrolidines 6, 7, 2-(1-adamantyl)piperidines 10, 12a-c, 15a,b and 2-(1-adamantyl)hexahydroazepines 19, 21, 22 were synthesized and tested for their antiviral activity against influenza A, B viruses and the human immunodeficiency virus type 1 (HIV-1) and type 2 (HIV-2). The synthetic procedure followed for the preparation of the parent piperidine 10 represents a general method for the synthesis of 2-alkyl- or cycloalkyl-substituted piperidine alkaloids. Parent aminoadamantanes 6, 10 and 19 contain the 1-aminoethyl pharmacophore group of rimantadine drug 2, extended into a saturated nitrogen heterocycle: pyrrolidine, piperidine and hexahydroazepine, respectively. The ring size effect in anti-influenza A activity was investigated. Rimantadine analogues 6 and 10 were, respectively, 6- and 4-fold more active than the drug Rimantadine 2, whereas the hexahydroazepine derivative 19 was inactive. Thus, enlargement from a 5-(pyrrolidine)- or 6-(piperidine)- to a 7-(hexahydroazepine)- membered heterocyclic ring dramatically reduced the anti-influenza virus A activity. Substitution of piperidine 10 with a dialkyaminoethyl group led to the active compounds 15a and 15b: compound 15a was active against influenza A virus whereas both 15a and 15b were active against HIV-1.
ISSN: 0968-0896
Publication status: published
KU Leuven publication type: IT
Appears in Collections:Laboratory of Virology and Chemotherapy (Rega Institute)
Molecular Virology and Gene Therapy
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