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Structure, solution chemistry, antiproliferative actions and protein binding properties of non-conventional platinum(II) compounds with sulfur and phosphorus donors

Muegge, Carolin, Rothenburger, Claudia, Beyer, Antje, Goerls, Helmar, Gabbiani, Chiara, Casini, Angela, Michelucci, Elena, Landini, Ida, Nobili, Stefania, Mini, Enrico, Messori, Luigi and Weigand, Wolfgang 2011. Structure, solution chemistry, antiproliferative actions and protein binding properties of non-conventional platinum(II) compounds with sulfur and phosphorus donors. Dalton Transactions 40 (9) , pp. 2006-2016. 10.1039/C0DT00845A

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Abstract

Twelve Pt(II) complexes with cis-PtP2S2 pharmacophores (where P2 refers to two monodentate or one bidentate phosphane ligand and S2 is a dithiolato ligand) were prepared, characterized and evaluated as potential antiproliferative agents. The various compounds were first studied from the structural point of view; afterward, their solubility properties as well as their solution behaviour were analyzed in detail. Antiproliferative properties were specifically evaluated against A2780 human ovarian carcinoma cells, either resistant or sensitive to cisplatin. For comparison purposes similar studies were carried out on four parent cis-dichloro bisphosphane Pt(II)complexes. On the whole, the cis-PtP2S2 compounds displayed significant antiproliferative properties while the cis-PtP2Cl2 (cis-dichloro bisphosphane Pt(II)) compounds revealed quite poor biological performances. To gain further insight into the molecular mechanisms of these bisphosphane Pt(II) compounds, the reactions of selected complexes against the model protein cytochrome c were investigated by ESI-MS and their adduct formation explored. A relevant reactivity with cyt c was obtained only for cis-PtP2Cl2 compounds, whereas cis-PtP2S2 compounds turned out to be nearly unreactive. The obtained results are interpreted and discussed in the frame of the current knowledge of anticancer platinum compounds and their structure–activity-relationships. The observation of appreciable antiproliferative effects for the relatively inert cis-PtP2S2 compounds strongly suggests that these compounds will undergo specific activation within the cellular environment.

Item Type: Article
Date Type: Publication
Status: Published
Schools: Chemistry
Subjects: Q Science > QD Chemistry
Publisher: Royal Society of Chemistry
Date of Acceptance: 8 December 2010
Last Modified: 04 Jun 2017 08:30
URI: http://orca.cf.ac.uk/id/eprint/79334

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