A hydroxamic-acid-containing nucleoside inhibits DNA repair nuclease SNM1A
Item Type:Journal Article
Citation:Doherty W., Durr E.-M., Baddock H.T., Lee S.Y., McHugh P.J., Brown T., Senge M.O., Scanlan E.M., McGouran J.F., A hydroxamic-acid-containing nucleoside inhibits DNA repair nuclease SNM1A, Organic and Biomolecular Chemistry, 17, 35, 2019, 8094 - 8105
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Nine modified nucleosides, incorporating zinc-binding pharmacophores, have been synthesised and evaluated as inhibitors of the DNA repair nuclease SNM1A. The series included oxyamides, hydroxamic acids, hydroxamates, a hydrazide, a squarate ester and a squaramide. A hydroxamic acid-derived nucleoside inhibited the enzyme, offering a novel approach for potential therapeutic development through the use of rationally designed nucleoside derived inhibitors.
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Series/Report no:Organic and Biomolecular Chemistry
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