Title: Spirobipyridopyrans, spirobinaphthopyrans, indolinospiropyridopyrans, indolinospironaphthopyrans and indolinospironaphtho-1,4-oxazines: synthesis, study of X-ray crystal structure, antitumoral and antiviral evaluation
Authors: Raić-Malić, Silvana ×
Tomasković, Linda
Mrvos-Sermek, Draginja
Prugovecki, Biserka
Cetina, Mario
Grdisa, Mira
Pavelić, Kresimir
Mannschreck, Albrecht
Balzarini, Jan
De Clercq, Erik
Mintas, Mladen #
Issue Date: Mar-2004
Series Title: Bioorganic & medicinal chemistry vol:12 issue:5 pages:1037-45
Abstract: The novel racemic indolinospirobenzopyrans (5-7), indolinospironaphthopyrans (11-14) and indolinospironaphtho-1,4-oxazine (17) were synthesized by an aldol type of condensation of 1',3',3'-trimethyl-2 '-methyleneindoline and its 5-substituted derivatives with an appropriately substituted hydroxybenzaldehyde, hydroxynaphthaldehyde or nitrosonaphthol. An unequivocal proof of the stereostructures of 9 and 17 was obtained by the single-crystal X-ray diffraction method. A substituted indoline ring and the benzopyran ring in 9 and the naphtho-1,4-oxazine moiety in 17 are interconnected via the common chiral atom and positioned almost perpendicularly to each other. The five-membered 2,3-dihydropyrrolo moiety of the indoline ring adopts an envelope conformation in both structures. Of all the compounds of this series, spirobipyridopyran (1) inhibited specifically the growth of human melanoma (HBL) (IC(50): 0.9 microM) cells but not the growth of normal fibroblasts (WI38). Indolinospirobenzopyrans (8-10) showed significant cytostatic activities against all tumor cell lines. However, these compounds also exhibited a cytotoxic effect on normal human fibroblasts. The indolinospirobenzopyrans 4, 6-8, 10 and the indolinospironaphtho-1,4-oxazine 16 showed, albeit modest, selectivity as antiviral agents against varicella-zoster virus (VZV) and/or cytomegalovirus (CMV) (EC(50) within the concentration range of 1.0-12.6 microM).
ISSN: 0968-0896
Publication status: published
KU Leuven publication type: IT
Appears in Collections:Laboratory of Virology and Chemotherapy (Rega Institute)
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