Synthesis and Biological Screening of New Thiadiazolopyrimidine-based Polycyclic Compounds [post]

Alaa M. Alqahtani
2021 unpublished
New tri- and tetra-cyclic compounds based on the thiadiazolopyrimidine ring system were prepared and their antimicrobial activity were estimated. The achieved results evidenced that pyrano-thiadiazolopyrimidine compounds 8a-b and 9a-b have substantial efficiencies toward the two strains of Gram-positive bacteria (S. aureus and B. cereus). While tetracyclic derivatives pyrazolopyrimido-thiadiazolopyrimidine derivatives 16a-b and 17a-b displayed prominent efficiencies toward the two strains of
more » ... m-negative bacteria (E. coli and P. aeruginosa). In addition, compounds 8a-b and 9a-b presented good efficacy toward C. albicans. The activity of antiquorum-sensing (anti-QS) inhibition of the new synthesized thiadiazolopyrimidine-based compounds was tested toward C. violaceum, where derivatives 16a-b, 17a-b, 8b and 9a displayed satisfactory activity. Cytotoxic activity of the same derivatives was screened toward various cancer cell lines (MCF-7, PC3, Hep-2 and HepG2) and standard normal fibroblast cell (WI38) by utilizing the MTT assay. The pyrazolopyrimido-thiadiazolopyrimidine derivatives 16a, 16b, 17a and 17b recorded potent cytotoxic efficacy against MCF-7 cells with IC50 values ranging from 5.69 to 9.36 µM. Also, the endorsed structural activity relationship (SAR) for the inspected thiadiazolopyrimidine derivatives provided an awareness concerning the chemical structure connected to anticancer efficiency. In silico docking studies were implemented toward silence hormone signaling in breast (PDB Code-5NQR). The results are consistent and supportive to the cytotoxic activity.
doi:10.21203/rs.3.rs-606990/v1 fatcat:spvoa2jyibbp3bq62xubd7umfu