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Bioorganic & medicinal chemistry letters

The synthesis and SAR of calcitonin gene-related peptide (CGRP) receptor antagonists derived from tyrosine surrogates. Part 2.


PMID 23402880

Abstract

Various substituted indazole and benzoxazolone amino acids were investigated as d-tyrosine surrogates in highly potent CGRP receptor antagonists. Compound 3, derived from the 7-methylindazole core, afforded a 30-fold increase in CGRP binding potency compared with its unsubstituted indazole analog 1. When dosed at 0.03mg/kg SC, compound 2 (a racemic mixture of 3 and its (S)-enantiomer) demonstrated robust inhibition of CGRP-induced increases in mamoset facial blood flow up to 105min. The compound possesses a favorable predictive in vitro toxicology profile, and good aqueous solubility. When dosed as a nasal spray in rabbits, 3 was rapidly absorbed and showed good intranasal bioavailability (42%).

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