Detailed information for compound 1592966

Basic information

Technical information
  • Name: Unnamed compound
  • MW: 496.517 | Formula: C27H24N6O4
  • H donors: 0 H acceptors: 2 LogP: 5.22 Rotable bonds: 6 Rule of 5 violations (Lipinski): 1
  • SMILES: COC(=O)C1=NN([C@@H]2N1c1ccccc1N1[C@@]2(C)N(N=C1C(=O)OC)c1ccccc1)c1ccccc1
  • InChi: 1S/C27H24N6O4/c1-27-26-30(22(24(34)36-2)28-32(26)18-12-6-4-7-13-18)20-16-10-11-17-21(20)31(27)23(25(35)37-3)29-33(27)19-14-8-5-9-15-19/h4-17,26H,1-3H3/t26-,27-/m0/s1


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Known targets for this compound

No curated genes were found associated with this compound

Predicted pathogen targets for this compound

By orthology
No druggable targets predicted by orthology data
By sequence similarity to non orthologous known druggable targets
No druggable targets predicted by sequence similarity

Obtained from network model

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Putative Targets List

Species Potential target Raw Global Species


Activity type Activity value Assay description Source Reference
IC50 (functional) = 4.29 uM Antiparasitic activity against nifurtimox-sensitive amastigotes of Trypanosoma cruzi Tulahuen expressing LacZ gene infected in human MRC5 cells using chlorophenolred b-Dgalacto-pyranoside as substrate by colorimetric method ChEMBL. 22197138
IC50 (functional) = 11.62 uM Antimalarial activity against chloroquine-sensitive Plasmodium falciparum GHA infected in human erythrocytes assessed as parasite growth after 72 hrs by malstat reagent based spectrophotometric method ChEMBL. 22197138
IC50 (ADMET) = 64 uM Cytotoxicity against human MRC5 cells after 4 to 7 days using alamar blue/resazurin staining by fluorescence assay ChEMBL. 22197138
IC50 (functional) = 64 uM Antiparasitic activity against amastigotes of Leishmania infantum infected in mouse peritoneal macrophages after 5 days using giemsa staining by microscopic analysis ChEMBL. 22197138
IC50 (functional) = 64 uM Antiparasitic activity against trypomastigote form of drug-sensitive Trypanosoma brucei assessed as inhibition of parasite growth after 4 days using alamar blue/resazurin staining by fluorimetric method ChEMBL. 22197138


Whole-cell/tissue/organism interactions

Species name Source Reference Is orphan
Trypanosoma cruzi ChEMBL23 22197138
Plasmodium falciparum ChEMBL23 22197138

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Annotated phenotypes:

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