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Synthetic approaches to cytotoxic pyridoacridine alkaloids.

Ricardo Andrade Rebelo

Synthetic approaches to cytotoxic pyridoacridine alkaloids.

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Published by University of East Anglia in Norwich .
Written in English


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Thesis (Ph.D.), University of East Anglia, School of Chemical Sciences, 1992.

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Synthetic approaches to cytotoxic pyridoacridine alkaloids. by Ricardo Andrade Rebelo Download PDF EPUB FB2

Synthetic approaches to cytotoxic pyridoacridine alkaloids. Author: Rebelo, Ricardo Andrade. ISNI: Awarding Body: University of East Anglia Current Institution: University of East Anglia Date of Award: Availability of Full Text.

The extraction and purification of the bioactive extract of Cystodytes violatinctus (Solomon Islands) led to the isolation Synthetic approaches to cytotoxic pyridoacridine alkaloids.

book identification of six pyridoacridine alkaloids. The structures of four new members of this family, shermilamine F (1), dehydrokuanoniamine F (2), and arnoamines C (3) and D (4), were elucidated on the basis of NMR and MS data and by comparison with data of known Cited by: Study of binding of pyridoacridine alkaloids on topoisomerase II using in silico tools.

Medicinal Chemistry Research22 (11), DOI: /s Alois Plodek, Stephan Raeder, Franz Bracher. A novel approach to ring A analogues of the marine pyridoacridine alkaloid by: A general hypothetical biogenetic pathway is then proposed Synthetic approaches to cytotoxic pyridoacridine alkaloids.

book pyridoacridine alkaloids that contain a fused pyrrole ring. Comparison of the biological properties of the isolated alkaloids is also by: In the second section, the synthetic approaches to the aglycons are summarized.

The methods for the preparation of the rare deoxyamino sugars are overviewed in the third section. Versatile Synthesis of Dihydroquinolines and Quinoline Quinones Using Cyclobutenediones. Construction of the Pyridoacridine Ring System.

The Journal of Organic Chemistry62 (13), DOI: / by: Two new cytotoxic pyridoacridine alkaloids, arnoamines A (1) and B (2), have been isolated from the ascidian Cystodytes sp.

collected in the vicinity of Arno Atoll, Republic of Marshall Islands. Compounds 1 and 2 are proposed to be the first members of a new class of pentacyclic pyridoacridine alkaloids possessing a pyrrole ring fused to the pyridoacridine ring by: Two new cytotoxic pyridoacridine alkaloids, arnoamines A (1) and B (2), have been isolated from the ascidian Cystodytes sp.

collected in the Synthetic approaches to cytotoxic pyridoacridine alkaloids. book of Arno Atoll, Republic of Marshall Islands.

In summary, this synthetic pathway emphasizes the use of microwave irradiation for the formation of Schiff base and the radical cyclization for the easy synthesis of 7-hydroxynitidine. Thus, we have synthesized the benzo[c]phenanthridine alkaloid, 7-hydroxynitidine, in eight Cited by: The Alkaloids is world-renowned as the leading compilation of current reviews of this vast field.

Internationally acclaimed for more than 60 years, The Alkaloids: Chemistry and Biology, founded by the late Professor R.H.F. Manske in under the title “The Alkaloids: Chemistry and Physiology”, Synthetic approaches to cytotoxic pyridoacridine alkaloids.

book to provide outstanding coverage of this rapidly expanding field. Pyridoacridine alkaloids show significant biological activityprimarily cytotoxicity and certain specific biological properties viz.

fungicidaland bactericidal properties, inhibition of topoisomerase II, anti HIV[23], intercalationof DNA property, Ca +2 releasing activity, production of reactive oxygen species Author: Jaishankar Senbagamalar, Jayapal Baskar Babujee, Ramadoss Girija.

Pyridoacridine alkaloids are a fascinating and emerging class of polycylic alkaloids derived from sessile Synthetic approaches to cytotoxic pyridoacridine alkaloids. book invertebrates such as ascidians, sponges, mollusks, and sea anemones [].The era of this alkaloid family started in with the isolation and identification of amphimedine (1) from a pacific sponge (Amphimedon sp.) by Shoolery [].Since then, more than of these polycyclic Cited by: 8.

Luotonine A (1) is a cytotoxic alkaloid of natural origin isolated for the first time in from the aerial parts of Peganum nigellastrum Bunge, a plant distributed over Asia which was employed in traditional medicine for rheumatism, abscess and inflammation.

1 It was found to be active in vitro against murine leukemia P cells at a concentration of μg/mL. Synthetic approaches to cytotoxic pyridoacridine alkaloids.

book 1Cited by: A divergent approach to the total synthesis of the marine pyridoacridine alkaloid eilatin and its synthetic isomer isoeilatin Article in Tetrahedron Letters 56(11) March with In conclusion, we have worked out a novel, divergent synthesis of the isomeric pyrido[2,3,4-kl]acridone building blocks 3 and 4, and utilized these in the synthesis of the alkaloid eilatin (1) and its synthetic isomer 2.

These novel approaches also offer the opportunity for synthesizing substituted, asymmetric analogues of the title compounds by simply utilizing ring-substituted 2-aminoacetophenones for the synthesis Cited by: 6.

A novel approach to ring A analogues of the marine pyridoacridine alkaloid ascididemin starting from readily available 4-bromobenzo[c][2,7]naphthyridine (10) comprises a high-yield Minisci-type. Covering: to 4-Hydroxypyridone alkaloids exert diverse biological effects, ranging from antifungal, antibacterial, insecticidal and cytotoxic activity to the induction of neurite outgrowth in different cell assays.

For this reason, this class of compounds has attracted much attention in the scientific community, resulting in the elucidation of the biosynthesis of some members Cited by: The symmetrical alkaloid eilatin (90, Figure 4) is the only known heptacyclic member of the pyridoacridine alkaloid class and was isolated in by Rudi et al.

from the tunicate Eudistoma sp. Since synthetic approaches towards eilatin (90) have not been reviewed before, this chapter will close this gap and gives a short overview on all published syntheses since its by: 8. Finally, all of the synthesized alkaloids were tested for their cytotoxic potential in a MTT assay on the HL cell line.

Except for menisporphine (2) and bianfugecine (6, both IC 50 values > 50 µM), all of the described oxoisoaporphine alkaloids and the isomers 18 and 19 showed significant cytotoxic by: 5. A novel approach to ring A analogues of the marine pyridoacridine alkaloid ascididemin starting from readily available 4-bromobenzo[c][2,7]naphthyridine (10) comprises a high-yield Minisci-type homolytic methoxycarbonylation at C-5, followed by introduction of the ring A scaffold via Suzuki cross-coupling reaction, and a trifluoromethanesulfonic acid-aided Friedel–Crafts-type intramolecular acylation.

Cited by: Structural Studies of Cytotoxic Marine Alkaloids: Synthesis of Novel Ring-E Analogues of Ascididemin and their in vitro and in vivo Biological Evaluation Article in Tetrahedron 56(3) The pyridoacridine alkaloids constitute the largest family of marine derived alkaloids, mainly from sponges and tunicates.

The basic structural skeleton is 11 H -pyrido[4,3,2- mn ]acridine. The incredible chemical diversity and significant bioactivity of these compounds provide excellent targets for drug discovery for cytotoxic, anti-microbial Cited by: 8.

They have been the subject of intense study due to their significant biological activities; cytotoxic, antibacterial, antifungal, antiviral, insecticidal, anti-HIV, and anti-parasitic activities.

In the present review, 95 pyridoacridine alkaloids isolated from marine organisms are discussed in term of their occurrence, biosynthesis, biological Cited by:   This book presents all important aspects of modern alkaloid chemistry, making it the only work of its kind to offer up-to-date and comprehensive coverage.

While the first part concentrates on the structure and biology of bioactive alkaloids, the second one analyzes new trends in alkaloid isolation and structure elucidation, as well as in alkaloid synthesis and biosynthesis.

Nuttingins and malonganenones are tetraprenylated purine alkaloids from gordonian (Eplexura sp, Leptogorgia sp). Some of these alkaloids displayed broad spectrum activity including cytotoxic activity against several cancer cells.

The review summarizes the synthesis of mono- or bi-cyclic diterpenoids usually having a 9-methyladenine by: 3. Plubrukarn A, Davidson BS () Arnoamines A and B, new cytotoxic pentacyclic pyridoacridine alkaloids from the ascidian Cystodytes sp.

J Org Chem – CrossRef Google Scholar Torres YR, Bugni TS, Berlinck RGS et al () Sebastianines A and B, novel biologically active pyridoacridine alkaloids from the Brazilian ascidian Author: Anake Kijjoa. Many cytotoxic compounds of therapeutic interest have been isolated from marine invertebrates, and some of them have been reported to be of microbial origin.

Pyridoacridine alkaloids are the main compounds extracted from the ascidian Cystodytes dellechiajei. Here we describe the in vitro antiproliferative activity against different tumor cell lines of the ascidian extracts and provide some Cited by: In addition to antimalarial and cytotoxic activities, its structural similarity to tubocurarine alkaloid (2) prompted us to initiate a synthetic study as part of our ongoing phenolic oxidation approach to both natural and unnatural bioactive substances (Fig.

2 In the key step of this approach, Cited by: 8. Recently, we characterized neoamphimedine (neo) as an ATP-competitive inhibitor of the ATPase domain of human Topoisomerase IIα.

Thus far, neo is the only pyridoacridine with this mechanism of action. One limiting factor in the development of neo as a therapeutic agent has been access to sufficient amounts of material for biological testing. Although there are two reported syntheses of neo Cited by: 6.

In an approach to the synthesis of the pentacyclic alkaloid amphimedine (1), a key tetracyclic structure (6) is readily constructed from 2-methoxyacridinecarbaldehyde in three sation of the aldehyde (2) with methyl azidoacetate gives the vinyl azide (3) which on thermolysis in xylene gives the pyridoacridines (4) and (5) in high yield (78% and 19% respectively); this represents Cited by: Title: Approaches Towards the Synthesis of Cephalostatins, Ritterazines and Saponins from Ornithogalum saundersiae - New Natural Products With Cytostatic Activity VOLUME: 7 ISSUE: 12 Author(s):A.

Gryszkiewicz-Wojtkielewicz, I. Jastrzebska, J. Morzycki and D. Romanowska Affiliation:Institute of Chemistry, University of Bialystok, al.

Pilsudskiego 11 / 4, Bialystok, by: The present review describes research on novel natural antitumor alkaloids isolated from marine invertebrates. The structure, origin, and confirmed cytotoxic activity of more than novel alkaloids belonging to several structural families (indoles, pyrroles, pyrazines, quinolines, and pyridoacridines), together with some of their synthetic analogs, are by: Furthermore, cytotoxic modes of action of pyridoacridine alkaloids include DNA-binding properties, topoisomerase (TOPO) inhibition or the production of reactive oxygen species (ROS).

It was shown that planar iminoquinone moieties and an acridine core are two pharmacophoric motifs inhibiting the proliferation of cancer cells through Cited by: 7. Pyridoacridine Alkaloids. Pyridoacridine alkaloids isolated from ascidians are typically tetra- or penta-cyclic aromatic alkaloids based on the pyrido[k,l]acridine skeleton, usually possessing a functionalized alkylamine side of these compounds have generated interest both as challenging problems for structure elucidation and synthesis as well as for their by: Some of these alkaloids displayed broad spectrum activity including cytotoxic activity against several cancer cells.

The review summarizes the synthesis of mono- or bi-cyclic diterpenoids usually having a 9-methyladenine moiety. Synthetic Approaches Towards the Marine Alkyl M. Gordaliza and P. Baraldi, “Synthetic Approaches Towards Cited by: 3. Recently, we characterized neo as an ATP-competitive inhibitor of the N-terminus of TopoIIα.

Thus, far, neo is the only member of the pyridoacridine family with this specific mechanism of action. We and others have shown neo to be a potent cytotoxic agent using various human tumor cell lines [25,26,27,28,29,30].Cited by: 6.

J Version page 4 B. Szczepankiewicz and C. Heathcock, “Total Synthesis of Diplamine, A Strongly Cytotoxic Pyridoacridine Alkaloid from a. Wao M, Motoi O, Fukuda T, Ishibashi F () New synthetic approach to pyrroloiminoquinone marine alkaloids. Total synthesis of makaluvamines A, D, I, and K.

Tetrahedron – CrossRef Google ScholarCited by: 5. Alkaloids are secondary metabolites with a wide range of biological and pharmacological properties. These nitrogen-containing natural compounds are produced mainly by plants, but also could be found in some animals, insects, algae and marine organisms.

Many alkaloids have been used in medicine for centuries, because of their anesthetics, relaxant, cytotoxic, neurotoxic, toxic, anti-microbial.

A series of N sidechain substituted analogues of styelsamine (pyrido[4,3,2- mn]acridine) and cystodytin (pyrido[4,3,2- mn]acridinone) alkaloids have been prepared and evaluated for their DNA binding affinity and antiproliferative activity towards a panel of human tumor cell lines.

This competitive pdf approach involves the convergent synthesis of Bilastine via simple Friedel-Crafts pdf as an alternate for earlier reported Stille and Suzuki couplings. The selectivity in Friedel-Crafts acylation reaction with chloro acetyl chloride on different substituted arenes was studied and employed the best conditions for Author: Rajashekar Kommera, Jayaprakash Rao Yerrabelly, Venkateshwar Reddy Kasireddy, Venkat Reddy Ghojala.These cytotoxic effects clearly limit the potential antibiotic utility of the natural product.

Two synthetic analogues (76) were found to inhibit growth of Mycobacterium tuberculosis, with negligible cytotoxicity. Several new pyridoacridine alkaloids (77, 78) isolated from different Ascidian species showed antimicrobial by: 6.This ebook is written for(Hons.) andstudents. Ebook subject is presented in a very systematic manner.

Simple language is used, diagrams/ illustrations are generously used to emphasise reaction. Sites, to indicate reaction pathways. Emphasis is placed on the correlation of the structure of functional group with its properties.3/5(1).