4 years ago

New Caspase-1 inhibitor by scaffold hopping into bio-inspired 3D-fragment space

New Caspase-1 inhibitor by scaffold hopping into bio-inspired 3D-fragment space
Virtual fragmentation of a library of 12,000 compounds inspired by natural products led to a dataset of 153,000 fragments that was used as a source to identify effective P2-P3 scaffold replacement solutions for peptidic Caspase-1 inhibitors. Our strategy led to the identification of an original 2-azabicyclo-octane scaffold (2-ABO) that was further elaborated into the potent Caspase-1 inhibitor CD10847 (IC50 = 17 nM). The crystal structure of Caspase-1 in complex with CD10847 was obtained, and its binding mode was shown to be similar to the one predicted by docking and in good agreement with other known inhibitors.

Publisher URL: www.sciencedirect.com/science

DOI: S0960894X17311022

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