P2Y14 Receptor Antagonists Reverse Chronic Neuropathic Pain in a Mouse Model
- P2Y14 Receptor Antagonists Reverse Chronic Neuropathic Pain in a Mouse Model
- 유진하; Fatma Mufti; Young-Hwan Jung; Luigino Antonio Giancotti; Zhoumou Chen; Ngan B. Phung; Kenneth A. Jacobson; Daniela Salvemini
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- ACS MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY LETTERS
- VOL 4, NO 6-1286
- Eight P2Y14R antagonists, including three newly synthesized analogues, containing a naphthalene or phenyl-triazolyl scaffold were compared in a mouse model of chronic neuropathic pain (sciatic constriction). P2Y14R antagonists rapidly (≤30 min) reversed mechano-allodynia, with maximal effects typically within 1 h after injection. Two analogues (4-[4-(4-piperidinyl)phenyl]-7-[4-(trifluoromethyl)phenyl]-2-naphthalenecarboxylic acid 1 and N-acetyl analogue 4, 10 μmol/kg, i.p.) achieved complete pain reversal (100%) at 1 to 2 h, with relief evident up to 5 h for 4 (41%). A reversed triazole analogue 7 reached 87% maximal protection. Receptor affinity was determined using a fluorescent antagonist binding assay, indicating similar mouse and human P2Y14R affinity. The mP2Y14R affinity was only partially predictive of in vivo efficacy, suggesting the influence of pharmacokinetic factors. Thus P2Y14R is a potential therapeutic target for treating chronic pain.
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