Synthesis of some mono-Mannich bases and corresponding azine derivatives and evaluation of their anticonvulsant activity


Gul H., Calis U., Vepsalainen J.

ARZNEIMITTEL-FORSCHUNG-DRUG RESEARCH, cilt.54, ss.359-364, 2004 (SCI İndekslerine Giren Dergi) identifier identifier identifier

  • Cilt numarası: 54 Konu: 7
  • Basım Tarihi: 2004
  • Doi Numarası: 10.1055/s-0031-1296984
  • Dergi Adı: ARZNEIMITTEL-FORSCHUNG-DRUG RESEARCH
  • Sayfa Sayıları: ss.359-364

Özet

Mono-Mannich bases, 3-amino-1-aryl-1-propanone hydrochlorides (Ig1-lg4), and their corresponding azine derivatives, N,N'-bis(3-amino-1-aryl-propylidene)hydrazine dihydrochlorides (D1-D4), were synthesized and their anticonvulsant activities were evaluated. Alterations in biological activity depending on modifications in chemical structure were also followed. The aryl part was phenyl in Ig1, D1, Ig2, D2, Ig3, D3, or p-hydroxyphenyl in Ig4, and D4. The amine part was dimethylamine in Ig1, D1, Ig4, and D4, piperidine in Ig2, D2 or morpholine in Ig3, D3. Compounds 132, 133, and D4 are new. The anticonvulsant activity was determined by maximal electroshock (MES) and subcutaneous metrazole (pentetrazol; scMet) tests. The rotorod toxicity test was used for determining neurological deficits. While the compounds were not effective in scMet, they were found to exert protective effect in MES. The results of MES are as follows: Compound [dose level (mg/kg), time (h)]: Ig1 [30 (0.5 h), 100 (0.5 h)]; Ig2 [30 (0.5 h, 4 h)]; Ig3 [30 (0.5 h), 100 (0.5 h), 300 (0.5 h, 4 h)]; Ig4 [300 (0.5 h, 4 h), 100 (4 h)]; D1 [30 (0.5 h)]; D3 [100 (0.5 h,4 h), 300 (0.5 h), 30 (4 h)]; D4 [300 (0.5 h, 4 h)]. D2 did not show any anticonvulsant activity in both tests. Ig1, Ig2, D1, D2, and D3 exhibited neurotoxicity. Compounds Ig2, D1, and D2 were neurotoxic at 100 mg/kg dose level at 0.5 h. Ig1 was neurotoxic at 300 mg at 0.5 h, D3 was neurotoxic at 300 mg at 4 h. Conversion of mono-Mannich bases to their corresponding azine derivatives generally decreased the anticonvulsant activity. Ig3, Ig4 and D4 seem to be promising candidates to develop new anticonvulsant compounds for grand mal epilepsy for further synthesis and in vivo studies, since they were effective in MES screening and no neurotoxicity was observed with them.