Hanumaiah Telikepalli

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Acquired resistance to ABL1 tyrosine kinase inhibitors (TKIs) through ABL1 kinase domain mutations, particularly the gatekeeper mutant T315I, is a significant problem for patients with chronic myeloid leukemia (CML). Using structure-based drug design, we developed compounds that bind to residues (Arg386/Glu282) ABL1 uses to switch between inactive and(More)
From the alcoholic extract of the lichen Alectoria sarmentosa, four compounds showing antimicrobial activity were isolated. Of these, (-)-usnic acid and physodic acid are well known lichen products, 8'-O-ethyl-beta-alectoronic acid [2] is believed to be an artifact formed during isolation and fractionation, and alectosarmentin [1] is a new natural product(More)
The literature of combinatorial chemistry is reviewed with particular attention paid to considerations of absorption, distribution, metabolism and excretion in the design and evaluation of libraries containing drug-like molecules. Published libraries are evaluated in particular for the likelihood that the products would possess oral bioavailability.
Berberine (4) is responsible for the activity of an extract of a commercial root sample of Hydrastis canadensis against multiply drug resistant Mycobacterium tuberculosis. Two new quinic acid feruloyl esters, compounds 2 and 3, have been isolated from the same source along with canadine (1c), 8-oxotetrahydrothalifendine (1), and beta-hydrastine (5). These(More)
Altiratinib (DCC-2701) was designed based on the rationale of engineering a single therapeutic agent able to address multiple hallmarks of cancer (1). Specifically, altiratinib inhibits not only mechanisms of tumor initiation and progression, but also drug resistance mechanisms in the tumor and microenvironment through balanced inhibition of MET, TIE2(More)
Most drug discovery efforts for Alzheimer's disease (AD) have focused on prevention or clearance of beta-amyloid (Abeta) fibrils or oligomers, with far less attention to prevention of tau abnormalities that lead to neurofibrillary tangles (NFTs). Much evidence now indicates that Abeta multimers can trigger neurodegenerative changes that involve formation of(More)
Recently it has become increasingly clear that chemicals found in our foods and beverages can prevent the genetic damage that leads to cancer initiation. Such substances may also affect subsequent events in the pathways that lead to cancer, and may have the potential to inhibit the mutations that allow tumor cells to become resistant to antitumor agents. We(More)
Higher plants contain both mutagens and antimutagens and are susceptible to mutagenesis but screening programs for detection of antimutagenesis rarely employ higher plant systems. Short-term bacterial and mammalian tissue culture systems are the norm. Using modified screening tests for detecting antimutagenic agents, higher plants have been shown to contain(More)
Organic solvent extracts of leaves of 4 common edible vegetable plants--Bryophyllum pinnatum, Dialium guincense, Ocimum gratissimum and Vernonia amygdalina--had inhibitory activity for His- to His+ reverse-mutations induced by ethyl methanesulfonate acting on Salmonella typhimurium TA100. The concentrated ethyl acetate, methanol and petroleum ether extracts(More)