Each swab was transported in a micro centrifuge tube with 200 L ice cold SPG and vigorously vortexed prior to dilution of the SPG with HBSS 1?:?2, 1?:?20, 1?:?200 and 1?:?2000. class IV to II. Introduction is the most common cause of sexually transmitted disease and infectious blinding, infecting over one hundred million individuals globally every year. 1 Chronic genital infections can cause infertility in women and inflammatory arthritis in both genders.2is a Gram negative obligate intracellular bacterium with a unique developmental cycle. The extracellular form, elementary body (EB), attaches and enters the host cell.3 Once intracellular, differentiates to the non-infectious replicative intracellular form, reticulate body (RB).4 RBs replicate within a vacuole-like structure termed Rabbit polyclonal to AKT1 inclusion for 36 to 72 hours. After replication, RBs differentiate back to EBs, which abandon the host cell by lysis or extrusion. 5 Infections with are routinely treated with doxycycline or azithromycin, with high efficacy.6 However, the treatment of uncomplicated infections with broad-spectrum antibiotics disturbs the commensal flora in both the short and long term.7 Moreover, exposure to antibiotics Lisinopril contributes to the overall selective pressure on bacterial resistance.8 Anti-virulence compounds with selective effect on would not only reduce the use of important broad-spectrum antibiotics but also reduce side effects on the normal flora and the resulting selection for antibiotic resistant strains. In search for potent anti-virulence compounds targeting we previously identified compound 1 (Fig. 1) as a possible candidate.9 When was treated with this compound at 2.5 M was partly due to an effect on glucose uptake.9 Introduction of an amine substituent in the C6-position and saturation of the C2CC3 double bond resulted in compound 2, with higher activity and better physiochemical properties than its precursor.10 Further development by exchanging the hydrolysable C3-phenyl amide to non-hydrolysable amide isosteres resulted in the potent 1,2,3-triazole analogue 3 (Fig. 1).11 The ring-fused 2-pyridone Lisinopril analogues 2 and 3 inhibit Chlamydial infectivity (EC50 60 nM) in a cell based assay without effecting host microbiota and showed no mutagenic potential when assessed with the Ames test.11,12 Ideally a drug for the genital infection would be administered orally. ADME (absorption, distribution, metabolism, excretion) testing regarding solubility and permeability was performed on 2 (not shown), yielding poor solubility and moderate permeability. Both compounds were also tested intravenous (IV) and per oral (PO) administration. The data showed very low blood concentrations especially of 2, while 3 had high enough blood concentrations to enable calculation of intravenous pharmacokinetic parameters indicating a high steady state volume of distribution (time of 3 (1.2 mg kgC1), 18 (0.9 mg kgC1), and 30 (1.0 mg kgC1 IV, 10 mg kgC1 PO). Error bars indicate SEM. Table 4 mouse pharmacokinetics of compounds 3, 15 and 30. (%)41 Open in a separate window hydrolysis of methyl ester 15 and then amide coupling Lisinopril with benzamide oxime and TBTU followed by cyclization16 to generate the 1,2,4-oxadiazole 19. These analogues were C6-aminated the established nitration-reduction route resulting in four C6-amine analogues 20, 21, 22, and 23 (Scheme 3). Open in a separate window Scheme 3 Synthesis of C8-methoxy analogues 16C23 with a C7-2,3-dimethyl phenyl substituent. Reagents and conditions: a) TFA, DCE, MWI, 120 C, 3 min, 80%; b) 1 M LiOH(aq), THF, rt, 15 h; c) for 16 and 17: aniline, 4-methylaniline, propylphosphonic anhydride (50% in EtOAc), pyridine, MeCN/EtOAc (1?:?1), C10 C to rt, 24 h, 16: 82%, 17: 39%; for 18: 3-fluoro-5-methylaniline, HATU, DIPEA, DCM, 2 h, 95%; d) NaNO2, TFA, DCM, O2 atmosphere, rt, 2.5C6 h; e) activated Zn dust, AcOH, rt, 20C23 h, 21: 30%, 22: 17%, 23: 38% over two steps; f) 1 M LiOH(aq), THF, rt, 15 h; g) benzamidoxime, TBTU,.
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- Each swab was transported in a micro centrifuge tube with 200 L ice cold SPG and vigorously vortexed prior to dilution of the SPG with HBSS 1?:?2, 1?:?20, 1?:?200 and 1?:?2000