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Carbohydrate-appended 3-hydroxy-4-pyridinone complexes of the [M(CO)(3)](+) core (M) Re, Tc-99m, Re-186)

TitleCarbohydrate-appended 3-hydroxy-4-pyridinone complexes of the [M(CO)(3)](+) core (M) Re, Tc-99m, Re-186)
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2006
AuthorsFerreira, CL, Bayly, SR, Green, DE, Storr, T, Barta, CA, Steele, J, Adam, MJ, Orvig, C
JournalBioconjugate Chemistry
Volume17
Pagination1321-1329
Date PublishedSep
Type of ArticleArticle
ISBN Number1043-1802
Keywords5-HT1A RECEPTOR, BIFUNCTIONAL LIGAND, BIOMOLECULES, GLUCOSE, IMAGING AGENTS, IN-VITRO, METAL-COMPLEXES, STRUCTURAL-CHARACTERIZATION, TRICARBONYL COMPLEXES, TRIDENTATE LIGANDS
Abstract

This work describes the use of 3-hydroxy-4-pyridinone ligands for binding the [M(CO)(3)](+) core ( M) Re, Tc) in the context of preparing novel Tc( I) and Re( I) glucose conjugates. Five pyridinone ligands bearing pendent carbohydrate moieties, HL1-5, were coordinated to the [M(CO)(3)](+0) core on the macroscopic scale ( M) Re) and on the tracer scale (M) = Tc-99m, Re-186). On the macroscopic scale the complexes, ReL1-5(CO)(3)(HØ-2), were thoroughly characterized by mass spectrometry, IR spectroscopy, UV-visible spectroscopy, elemental analysis, and 1D/2D NMR spectroscopy. Characterization confirmed the bidentate coordination of the pyridinone and the pendent nature of the carbohydrate and suggests the presence of a water molecule in the sixth coordination site. In preliminary biological evaluation, both the ligands and complexes were assessed as potential substrates or inhibitors of hexokinase, but showed no activity. Labeling via the [Tc-99m(CO)(3)(H2O)(3)](+) precursor gave the tracer species (TcL1-5)-Tc-99m(CO)(3)(H2O) in high radiochemical yields. Similar high radiochemical yields when labeling with Re-186 were facilitated by in situ preparation of the [Re-186( CO)(3)(H2O)(3)](+) species in the presence of HL1-5 to give (ReL1-5)-Re-186(CO)(3)(H2O). Stability challenges, incubating (TcL1-5)-Tc-99m(CO)(3)(H2O) in the presence of excess cysteine and histidine, confirmed complex stability up to 24 h.

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