Phosphinic derivatives as new dual enkephalin-degrading enzyme inhibitors: synthesis, biological properties, and antinociceptive activities.

Abstract : The development of dual inhibitors of the two zinc metallopeptidases, neprilysin (neutral endopeptidase) and aminopeptidase N involved in the inactivation of the opioid peptides, enkephalins, represents an attractive physiological approach in the search for new analgesics devoid of the major drawbacks of morphine. Phosphinic compounds, corresponding to the general formula H(3)N(+)-CH(R(1))-P(O)(OH)-CH(2)-CH(R(2))-CONH-CH(R(3))-COO(-), able to act as transition-state analogues and to fit the S(1), S(1)', and S(2)' subsites of both enzymes were designed. Selection of the R(1), R(2), and R(3) residues for optimal recognition of these enzymes led to the first dual competitive inhibitors with K(i) values in the nanomolar range for neprilysin and aminopeptidase N. These compounds induce potent analgesic responses after intracerebroventricular or intravenous administrations in mice (hot plate test), and several of them were shown to be, at least, 10 times more potent than the previously described dual inhibitors.
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H Chen, F Noble, A Mothé, H Meudal, P Coric, et al.. Phosphinic derivatives as new dual enkephalin-degrading enzyme inhibitors: synthesis, biological properties, and antinociceptive activities.. Journal of Medicinal Chemistry, American Chemical Society, 2000, 43 (7), pp.1398-408. ⟨hal-02122153⟩

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