Bénédicte Delouvrié

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Potent antagonists of the integrin α(5)β(1), which are RGD mimetics built from tyrosine are described. This letter describes the optimization of in vitro potency obtained by variation of two parts of the molecule, the basic group and the linker between the basic group and the phenyl central core.
The structure-activity relationship of a novel subseries of 4-anilinoquinazoline EGFR inhibitors substituted at the C-6 position with carbon-linked side chains has been investigated. This exploration has led to the discovery of novel aminomethyl carboxamides with good biological, pharmacokinetic and physical properties.
Starting from compound 1, a potent PI3Kα inhibitor having poor general kinase selectivity, we used structural data and modelling to identify key exploitable differences between PI3Kα and the other kinases. This approach led us to design chemical modifications of the central pyrazole, which solved the poor kinase selectivity seen as a strong liability for(More)
A new class of small-molecule GnRH antagonists, the thieno[2,3-b]pyrroles, was designed. Herein, the synthesis and structure-activity relationships are described. Substitution at the C4 position was investigated; during this study, it was observed that introducing piperazines and piperidines improved the physical properties of the compounds while retaining(More)
Starting from potent inhibitors of PI3Kα having poor general kinase selectivity (e.g., 1 and 2), optimisation of this series led to the identification of 25, a potent inhibitor of PI3Kα (wild type, E545K and H1047R mutations) and PI3Kδ, selective versus PI3Kβ and PI3Kγ, with excellent general kinase selectivity. Compound 25 displayed low metabolic turnover(More)
Potent antagonists of the integrin α(5)β(1), which are RGD mimetics built from tyrosine are described. This paper describes the optimization of in vitro potency obtained by variation of two parts of the molecule, the central aromatic core and the amide moiety.
A general study on the conjugate addition of anionic nucleophiles to alkylidene bis(sulfoxides) is presented. Alkoxides gave high yielding and diastereoselective addition reactions, which could be influenced by solvents and the counteranion. Azides provided an interesting entry into sulfinyl-substituted triazoles. Organometallics, mainly copper reagents,(More)
This article reviews our contribution in the field of radical synthetic chemistry, focusing on cascades relying on the use of propargylic BMDMS ethers and asymmetric synthesis using enantiopure vinylsulfoxides. THE 5-EXO-DIG CYCLIZATION OF BMDMS PROPARGYLIC ETHERS: AN EFFICIENT TRIGGER FOR RADICAL CASCADES The vinyl radical, a precious tool The vinyl(More)
We report the discovery of a novel aminopyrazine series of PI3Kα inhibitors, designed by hybridizing two known scaffolds of PI3K inhibitors. We describe the progress achieved from the first compounds plagued with poor general kinase selectivity to compounds showing high selectivity for PI3Kα over PI3Kβ and excellent general kinase selectivity. This effort(More)