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Doc ID CHEMBL1143999
Journal Bioorg Med Chem (2008) 16:2741-2752
Title A new generation of adenosine receptor antagonists: from di- to trisubstituted aminopyrimidines.
Authors van Veldhoven JP, Chang LC, von Frijtag Drabbe Kunzel JK, Mulder-Krieger T, Struensee-Link R, Beukers MW, Brussee J, IJzerman AP.
Abstract New adenosine receptor ligands were designed as hybrid structures between previously synthesized substituted dicyanopyridines and aminopyrimidines, yielding two series of cyano-substituted diphenylaminopyrimidines. We were interested in assessing the effect of this substitution pattern on both affinity and intrinsic activity, as the dicyanopyridines comprised both agonists and inverse agonists, whereas the original aminopyrimidines were exclusively inverse agonists. It was found that the new compounds were generally selective for adenosine A(1) receptors, although affinity for the adenosine A(2A) receptor was also noticed for some of the compounds. In a cAMP second messenger assay the compounds behaved as inverse agonists rather than agonists. Among the more A(1) receptor-selective compounds were 5 (LUF6048), 27 (LUF6040) and 53 (LUF6056) with K(i) values of 8.1, 1.2 and 5.7nM, respectively.
CiteXplore 18258439
DOI 10.1016/j.bmc.2008.01.013

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