Neuraminidase inhibitory activities of quaternary isoquinoline alkaloids from Corydalis turtschaninovii rhizome = 현호색으로부터 분리되어진 4차 이소퀴놀린 알카로이드계 화합물의 뉴라미니데이즈 저해활성
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- Neuraminidase inhibitory activities of quaternary isoquinoline alkaloids from Corydalis turtschaninovii rhizome = 현호색으로부터 분리되어진 4차 이소퀴놀린 알카로이드계 화합물의 뉴라미니데이즈 저해활성
- Jang Hoon Kim; Young Bae Ryu; Woo Song Lee; Young Ho Kim
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- Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry, vol. 22, no. 21, pp. 6047-6052
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- Clostridium perfringens is a Gram-positive spore-forming bacterium that causes food poisoning. The neuraminidase (NA) protein of C. perfringens plays a pivotal role in bacterial proliferation and is considered a novel antibacterial drug target. Based on screens for novel NA inhibitors, a 95% EtOH extract of Corydalis turtschaninovii rhizome showed NA inhibitory activity (68% at 30 μg/ml), which resulted in the isolation of 10 isoquinoline alkaloids; namely, palmatine (1), berberine (2), coptisine (3), pseudodehydrocorydaline (4), jatrorrhizine (5), dehydrocorybulbine (6), pseudocoptisine (7), glaucine (8), corydaline (9) and tetrahydrocoptisine (10). Interestingly, seven quaternary isoquinoline alkaloids 1-7 (IC50 = 12.8 ± 1.5 to 65.2 ± 4.5 μM) showed stronger NA inhibitory activity than the tertiary alkaloids 8-10. In addition, highly active compounds 1 and 2 showed reversible non-competitive behavior based on a kinetic study. Molecular docking simulations using the Autodock 4.2 software increased our understanding of receptor-ligand binding of these compounds. In addition, we demonstrated that compounds 1 and 2 suppressed bacterial growth.
- Bacterial neuraminidaseCorydalis turtschaninoviiFumariaceaeIsoquinoline alkaloidsNon-competitive inhibition
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