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Current Pharmaceutical Design

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ISSN (Print): 1381-6128
ISSN (Online): 1873-4286

Screening of a Chemical Library by HT-G4-FID for Discovery of Selective G-quadruplex Binders

Author(s): Eric Largy, Nicolas Saettel, Florian Hamon, Sylvie Dubruille and Marie-Paule Teulade-Fichou

Volume 18 , Issue 14 , 2012

Page: [1992 - 2001] Pages: 10

DOI: 10.2174/138161212799958350

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Abstract

Due to the lack of structural guidelines about G-quadruplex ligands, rational design cannot be the only approach to discover potent G4-ligands. As a complementary approach, screening of chemical library may provide interesting scaffolds known as hits provided that specific tools are available. In this work, the Institut Curie-CNRS chemical library was firstly screened by chemoinformatics methods. Similarity estimations by comparison with reference compounds (Phen-DC3, 360A, MMQ12) provided a set of molecules, which were then evaluated by high-throughput G4-FID (HT-G4-FID) against various G-quadruplex DNA. A full investigation of the most interesting molecules, using the HT-G4-FID assay and molecular modeling, supplied an interesting structure-activity relationship confirming the efficiency of this general approach. Overall, we demonstrated that HT-G4-FID coupled with screening of chemical libraries is a powerful tool to identify new G4-DNA binding scaffolds.

Keywords: G-quadruplex DNA, FID assay, high-throughput, screening, fluorescence, G-quadruplex ligands, thiazole orange, molecular modeling, HT-G4-FID, chemoinformatics


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