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Géraldine Guasch (CRCM) - Publication dans Nature Communications -

Mar 2018 European journal of medicinal chemistry

Enediynes bearing polyfluoroaryl sulfoxide as new antiproliferative agents with dual targeting of microtubules and DNA.

Auteurs

Borie C, Mondal S, Arif T, Briand M, Lingua H, Dumur F, Gigmes D, Stocker P, Barbarat B, Robert V, Nicoletti C, Olive D, Maresca M, Nechab M

Résumé

A novel series of enediynes possessing pentafluorophenylsulfoxide have been developed. The innovative compounds possess antiproliferative activity against a broad panel of human cancer cells originating from breast, blood, lung, kidney, colon, prostate, pancreas or skin with IC ranging from 0.6 to 3.4 μM. The antiproliferative activity of enediynes in darkness is associated to their ability to compromise microtubule network. In addition, exposure to UV leads to double-stranded DNA cleavage caused by the newly synthesized molecules reducing further their IC in nanomolar range against human tumor cells, including chemo-resistant pancreatic cancer cells. Taken together, the examined data demonstrate that enediynes possessing pentafluorosulfoxide are promising molecules in the cancer therapy.

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