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Synthesis and dynamics studies of barbituric acid derivatives as urease inhibitors

Background: Discovery of potent inhibitors of urease (jack bean) enzyme is the first step in the development of drugs against diseases caused by ureolytic enzyme. Results: Thirty-two derivatives of barbituric acid as zwitterionic adducts of diethyl ammonium salts were synthesized. All synthesized compounds (4a–z and 5a–s) were screened for their in vitro inhibition potential against urease enzyme (jack bean urease). The compounds 4i (IC 50  = 17.6 ± 0.23 µM) and 5l (IC 50  = 17.2 ± 0.44 µM) were found to be the most active members of the series, and showed several fold more urease inhibition activity than the standard compound thiourea (IC 50  = 21.2 ± 1.3 µM). Whereas, compounds 4a–b, 4d–e, 4g–h, 4j–4r, 4x, 4z, 5b, 5e, 5k, 5n–5q having IC 50 values in the range of 22.7 ± 0.20 µM–43.8 ± 0.33 µM, were also found as potent urease inhibitors. Furthermore, Molecular Dynamics simulation and molecular docking studies were carried out to analyze the binding mode of barbituric acid derivatives using MOE. During MD simulation enol form is found to be more stable over its keto form due to their coordination with catalytic Nickel ion of Urease. Additionally, structural–activity relationship using automated docking method was applied where the compounds with high biological activity are deeply buried within the binding pocket of urease. As multiple hydrophilic crucial interactions with Ala169, KCX219, Asp362 and Ala366 stabilize the compound within the binding site, thus contributing greater activity. Conclusions: This research study is useful for the discovery of economically, efficient viable new drug against infectious diseases.Graphical abstract:STD. Thiourea (IC 50  = 21.2 ± 1.3 µM)

Autoren:   Barakat, Assem; Al-Majid, Abdullah M; Lotfy, Gehad; Arshad, Fiza; Yousuf, Sammer; Choudhary, M. I; Ashraf, Sajda; Ul-Haq, Zaheer
Journal:   Chemistry Central Journal
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Ausgabe:   1
Jahrgang:   2015
Seiten:   63
DOI:   10.1186/s13065-015-0140-1
Erscheinungsdatum:   17.11.2015
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