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Bioorganic & medicinal chemistry letters

Synthesis and evaluation of sulfamide-type indolizidines as glycosidase inhibitors.


PMID 18420407

Abstract

A practical synthesis of reducing sulfamide-derived iminosugar glycomimetics related to the indolizidine glycosidase inhibitor family is reported. The polyhydroxylated bicyclic system was built from readily accessible hexofuranose derivatives through a synthetic scheme that involves 5,6-cyclic sulfamides. Further intramolecular nucleophilic addition of the sulfamide nitrogen atom to the masked aldehyde group of the monosaccharide in the open chain form afforded the target sugar mimics. By starting from d-glucose and d-mannose precursors, 2-aza-3,3-dioxo-3-thiaindolizidine derivatives with hydroxylation profiles that matched those of (+)-castanospermine and 6-epi-(+)-castanospermine were obtained. In vitro screening against a panel of glycosidases evidenced a high selectivity towards alpha-mannosidase.

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