Design, synthesis and cardioprotective effect of a new class of dual-acting agents: Phenolic tetrahydro-β-carboline RGD peptidomimetic conjugates
In this study, a new class of phenolic tetrahydro-β-carboline RGD peptidomimetic conjugates was designed and synthesized. The radical scavenging activities of these newly synthesized compounds 12a-c were evaluated in PC12 cell survival assays. The NO scavenging activities of these compounds were confirmed in the acetylcholine-induced vasorelaxation assay. Compounds 12a-c were efficacious in a rat arterial thrombosis model, and were active in ADP- or PAF-induced in vitro platelet aggregation assays, which suggests these compounds also possess anti-thrombotic activity. The beneficial effects of dual-acting agent 12c were demonstrated on the ischemia-reperfusion induced cardiac infarct size and oxidative change in an in vivo rat model. © 2007 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.
Bioorganic and Medicinal Chemistry
Design, synthesis and cardioprotective effect of a new class of dual-acting agents: Phenolic tetrahydro-β-carboline RGD peptidomimetic conjugates.
Bioorganic and Medicinal Chemistry,
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