Systematic Investigation of the Permeability of Androgen Receptor PROTACs.
Bayle, Elliott D
ACS medicinal chemistry letters
American Chemical Society (ACS)
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Scott, D., Rooney, T., Bayle, E. D., Mirza, T., Willems, H., Clarke, J., Andrews, S., & et al. (2020). Systematic Investigation of the Permeability of Androgen Receptor PROTACs.. ACS medicinal chemistry letters, 11 (8), 1539-1547. https://doi.org/10.1021/acsmedchemlett.0c00194
Bifunctional molecules known as PROTACs simultaneously bind an E3 ligase and a protein of interest to direct ubiquitination and clearance of that protein, and have emerged in the last decade as an exciting new paradigm in drug discovery. In order to investigate the permeability and properties of these large molecules, we synthesised two panels of PROTAC molecules, constructed from a range of protein-target ligands, linkers and E3 ligase ligands. The androgen receptor, which is a well-studied protein in the PROTAC field was used as a model system. The physicochemical properties and permeability of PROTACs is discussed.
This work was funded by Alzheimer’s Research UK (grant: ARUK-2015DDI-CAM), with support from the ALBORADA Trust. The ALBORADA Drug Discovery Institute is core funded by Alzheimer’s Research UK (registered charity No. 1077089 and SC042474).
Alzheimer's Research UK (ARUK-2015DDI-CAM)
External DOI: https://doi.org/10.1021/acsmedchemlett.0c00194
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