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Title : Efficacy Assessment of an Uncharged Reactivator of NOP-Inhibited Acetylcholinesterase Based on Tetrahydroacridine Pyridine-Aldoxime Hybrid in Mouse Compared to Pralidoxime - Calas_2020_Biomolecules_10_
Author(s) : Calas AG , Hanak AS , Jaffre N , Nervo A , Dias J , Rousseau C , Courageux C , Brazzolotto X , Villa P , Obrecht A , Goossens JF , Landry C , Hachani J , Gosselet F , Dehouck MP , Yerri J , Kliachyna M , Baati R , Nachon F
Ref : Biomolecules , 10 : , 2020
Abstract : (1) Background: Human exposure to organophosphorus compounds employed as pesticides or as chemical warfare agents induces deleterious effects due to cholinesterase inhibition. One therapeutic approach is the reactivation of inhibited acetylcholinesterase by oximes. While currently available oximes are unable to reach the central nervous system to reactivate cholinesterases or to display a wide spectrum of action against the variety of organophosphorus compounds, we aim to identify new reactivators without such drawbacks. (2) Methods: This study gathers an exhaustive work to assess in vitro and in vivo efficacy, and toxicity of a hybrid tetrahydroacridine pyridinaldoxime reactivator, KM297, compared to pralidoxime. (3) Results: Blood-brain barrier crossing assay carried out on a human in vitro model established that KM297 has an endothelial permeability coefficient twice that of pralidoxime. It also presents higher cytotoxicity, particularly on bone marrow-derived cells. Its strong cholinesterase inhibition potency seems to be correlated to its low protective efficacy in mice exposed to paraoxon. Ventilatory monitoring of KM297-treated mice by double-chamber plethysmography shows toxic effects at the selected therapeutic dose. This breathing assessment could help define the No Observed Adverse Effect Level (NOAEL) dose of new oximes which would have a maximum therapeutic effect without any toxic side effects.
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Calas AG, Hanak AS, Jaffre N, Nervo A, Dias J, Rousseau C, Courageux C, Brazzolotto X, Villa P, Obrecht A, Goossens JF, Landry C, Hachani J, Gosselet F, Dehouck MP, Yerri J, Kliachyna M, Baati R, Nachon F (2020)
Efficacy Assessment of an Uncharged Reactivator of NOP-Inhibited Acetylcholinesterase Based on Tetrahydroacridine Pyridine-Aldoxime Hybrid in Mouse Compared to Pralidoxime
Biomolecules 10 :

Calas AG, Hanak AS, Jaffre N, Nervo A, Dias J, Rousseau C, Courageux C, Brazzolotto X, Villa P, Obrecht A, Goossens JF, Landry C, Hachani J, Gosselet F, Dehouck MP, Yerri J, Kliachyna M, Baati R, Nachon F (2020)
Biomolecules 10 :

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