Quantitative structure-activity studies of octopaminergic 2-(arylimino)thiazolidines and oxazolidines against the nervous system of Periplaneta americana L.

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The quantitative structure-activity relationship (QSAR) of octopaminergic 2-(arylimino)thiazolidines (AITs) and 2-(arylimino)oxazolidines (AIOs) against the thoracic nerve cord of the American cockroach, Periplaneta americana L., was analysed using reported physicochemical parameters and regression analysis. The more electron-donating, the less bulky at m-position, and the more hydrophobic the substituent, the greater the activity. The plots of observed log V(max) values against calculated log V(max) values having substituents on the m-position deviated downwards from those of compounds having substituents at the o- and/or p-positions. The more hydrophobic and the more electron-withdrawing the substituent, the greater the activity. AIO with a 2,3,4-trichlorophenyl group (58) was more active than its thiazolidine derivative, 2-(2,3,4-trichlorophenylimino)thiazolidine (38) in terms of V(max):V(max) of 58 was 30% relative to octopamine (OA), whereas that of 38 has been 9% relative to OA, respectively. Superimposition of energy-minimized OA and 58 revealed structural and conformational similarities that might account for the high activity of 58.

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Hirashima, A., Tomita, J., Pan, C., Taniguchi, E., & Eto, M. (1997). Quantitative structure-activity studies of octopaminergic 2-(arylimino)thiazolidines and oxazolidines against the nervous system of Periplaneta americana L. Bioorganic and Medicinal Chemistry, 5(12), 2121–2128. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0968-0896(97)00136-3

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