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compounds for treating cancer and other diseases


This invention provides a method of synthesizing new active compounds for pharmaceutical uses including cancer treatment, wherein the cancers comprise breast, leukocytic, liver, ovarian, bladder, prostatic, skin, bone, brain, leukemia, lung, colon, CNS, melanoma, renal, cervical, esophageal, testicular, spleenic, kidney, lymphatic, pancreatic, stomach and thyroid cancers. This invention is an anti adhesion therapy which uses the compound as a mediator or inhibitor of adhesion proteins and angiopoietins. It inhibits excess adhesion and inhibits cell attachment. It modulates angiogenesis. The compounds also use as mediator of cell adhesion receptor, cell circulating, cell moving and inflammatory diseases.
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Inventors: Pui-Kwong Chan, May Sung Mak
USPTO Applicaton #: #20120277308 - Class: 514533 (USPTO) - 11/01/12 - Class 514 
Drug, Bio-affecting And Body Treating Compositions > Designated Organic Active Ingredient Containing (doai) >(o=)n(=o)-o-c Containing (e.g., Nitrate Ester, Etc.) >Cyano Or Isocyano Bonded Directly To Carbon >Z-c(=o)-o-y, Wherein Z Contains A Benzene Ring >Compound Contains Two Or More C(=o)o Groups Indirectly Bonded Together By Only Conalent Bonds

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The Patent Description & Claims data below is from USPTO Patent Application 20120277308, compounds for treating cancer and other diseases.

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This application claims priority of International App\'l No. PCT/US2010/0042240, filed Jul. 16, 2010 and U.S. Ser. No. 12/856,322, filed Aug. 13, 2010. This application also claims priority of U.S. Ser. No. 12/541,713, filed Aug. 14, 2009 and claims benefit of U.S. Ser. No. 61/226,043, filed Jul. 16, 2009. This application claims priority of International App\'l No. PCT/US09/34115, filed Feb. 13, 2009, This application claims benefit of U.S. Ser. No. 61/038,277 filed Mar. 20, 2008, U.S. Ser. No. 61/054,308, filed May 19, 2008, and claims priority of International App\'l No. PCT/US2008/002086, filed Feb. 15, 2008, International App\'l No. PCT/US2007/077273, filed Aug. 30, 2007, U.S. Ser. No. 60/890,380, filed on Feb. 16, 2007, U.S. No. 60/947,705, filed on Jul. 3, 2007, and U.S. Ser. No. 11/683,198, filed on Mar. 7, 2007, which claims benefit of U.S. Ser. Nos. 60/795,417, filed on Apr. 27, 2006, 60/841,727, filed on Sep. 1, 2006, 60/890,380, filed on Feb. 16, 2007, and International Application No. PCT/US2006/016158, filed Apr. 27, 2006, which claims the benefit of the priority of the following applications: (1) U.S. Ser. Nos. 11/289,142, filed Nov. 28, 2005, and 11/267,523, filed Nov. 4, 2005; (2) International Application No. PCT/US05/31900, filed Sep. 7, 2005 (which claims the priority of U.S. Ser. Nos. 60/617,379, filed Oct. 8, 2004, 60/613,811, filed Sep. 27, 2004, and 60/607,858, filed Sep. 7, 2004); (3) U.S. Ser. No. 11/131,551, filed May 17, 2005; and (4) U.S. Ser. No. 11/117,760, filed Apr. 27, 2005. This application also claims priority of U.S. Ser. No. 11/412,659, filed Apr. 27, 2006, U.S. Ser. No. 10/906,303, filed Feb. 14, 2005, and U.S. Ser. No. 12/344,682, filed Dec. 29, 2008. The contents of these preceding applications are hereby incorporated in their entireties by reference into this application.

FIELD OF THE INVENTION

This invention provides compounds, compositions, extracts and methods for inhibiting cancer invasion, cell invasion, or cancer cell invasion.

BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION

This invention provides methods of synthesing new compounds for pharmaceutical uses. This invention provides methods, compounds and compositions for treating cancer, inhibiting cancer invasion, cell invasion, or cancer cell invasion, wherein the cancers comprise breast, leukocytic, liver, ovarian, bladder, prostatic, skin, bone, brain, leukemia, lung, colon, CNS, melanoma, renal, cervical, esophageal, testicular, spleenic, kidney, lymphatic, pancreatic, stomach and thyroid cancers

SUMMARY

OF THE INVENTION

This invention provides methods of synthesizing new compounds for pharmaceutical uses. This invention provides compounds, compositions, and methods for treating cancer, inhibiting cancer invasion, cell invasion, cancer cell invasion, and metastasis. This invention provides a use of compounds, compositions, for manufacturing medicament for treating cancer, inhibiting cancer invasion, and metastasis. This invention provides compounds for use as mediator or inhibitor of adhesion protein or angiopoietin, This invention provides compounds for use in a method of modulating attachment or adhesion of cells or angiogenesis, by modulating or inhibiting adhesion protein or angiopoietin, The compounds comprise the structures selected from the formulae in the present application, wherein the compounds are synthesized or isolated, wherein the compounds comprise the saponins, triterpenes, pentacyclic triterpenes, and compounds selected from formulae in the present application, wherein the cancers comprise breast, leukocytic, liver, ovarian, bladder, prostatic, skin, bone, brain, leukemia, lung, colon, CNS, melanoma, renal, cervical, esophageal, testicular, spleenic, kidney, lymphatic, pancreatic, stomach and thyroid cancers. This invention provides compounds for use as a mediator for cell circulating, cell moving and inflammatory diseases.

DETAILED DESCRIPTION

OF THE FIGURES

FIG. 1 HPLC profiles of esterification products of E4A with Tigloyl chloride (A) from different times of esterification reaction. Reaction products obtained from each time of reaction (5 sec, 1 min, 2 min, 5 min, and 10 min) were fractionated by HPLC. The profile is plotted according to HPLC elution time and optical density of fractions. Reaction was performed at Room temperature (Top row) and 0 C (bottom row).

FIG. 2 HPLC profiles of esterification products of E4A with 3,3-dimethylacryloly chloride (B) from different times of esterification reaction. Reaction products obtained from each time of reaction (5 sec, 1 min, 2 min, 5 min, and 10 min) were fractionated by HPLC. The profile is plotted according to HPLC elution time and optical density of fractions. Reaction was performed at Room temperature (Top row) and 0 C (bottom row).

FIG. 3 HPLC profiles of esterification products of E4A with 4-Pentenoyl chloride (C) from different times of esterification reaction. Reaction products obtained from each time of reaction (5 sec, 1 min, 2 min, 5 min, and 10 min) were fractionated by HPLC. The profile is plotted according to HPLC elution time and optical density of fractions. Reaction was performed at Room temperature.

FIG. 4 HPLC profiles of esterification products of E4A with Hexanoly chloride (D) from different times of esterification reaction. Reaction products obtained from each time of reaction (5 sec, 1 min, 2 min, and 10 min) were fractionated by HPLC. The profile is plotted according to HPLC elution time and optical density of fractions. Reaction was performed at 0C. (Top row); and shows the results of HPLC profiles of esterification products of E4A with 2-ethylbutyryl chloride (E) from different times of esterification reaction. Reaction products obtained from each time of reaction (5 sec, 1 min, 2 min, and 10 min) were fractionated by HPLC. The profile is plotted according to HPLC elution time and optical density of fractions. Reaction was performed at 0C.(bottom row)

FIG. 5 HPLC profiles of esterification products of E4A with Acetyl chloride (H) from different times of esterification reaction. Reaction products obtained from each time of reaction (1 min, 2 min, 5 min and 10 min) were fractionated by HPLC. The profile is plotted according to HPLC elution time and optical density of fractions. Reaction was performed at Room temperature.

FIG. 6 HPLC profiles of esterification products of E4A with Crotonoyl chloride (I) from different times of esterification reaction. Reaction products obtained from each time of reaction (5 sec, 1 min, 2 min, 5 min and 10 min) were fractionated by HPLC. The profile is plotted according to HPLC elution time and optical density of fractions. Reaction was performed at Room temperature.

FIG. 7 HPLC profiles of esterification products of E4A with Cinnamoyl chloride (J) from different times of esterification reaction. Reaction products obtained from each time of reaction (1 min, 1 hour, 2 hours, 18 hours, 18 hours(heat)) were fractionated by HPLC. The profile is plotted according to HPLC elution time and optical density of fractions. Reaction was performed at Room temperature and 75C.

FIG. 8 HPLC profiles of esterification products of E4A with Benzoyl chloride (K) from different times of esterification reaction. Reaction products obtained from each time of reaction (5 sec, 1 min, 2 min, 5 min, and 10 min) were fractionated by HPLC. The profile is plotted according to HPLC elution time and optical density of fractions. Reaction was performed at 0C.

FIG. 9 MTT cytotoxic activity of times study at room temperature for A: E4A-Tigloyl; B: E4A-3,3-dimethylacryloly; C: E4A-4-pentenoyl.

FIG. 10 MTT cytotoxic activity of times study at 0C for A: E4A-Tigloyl; B: E4A-3,3-dimethylacryloly; C: E4A-4-pentenoyl.

FIG. 11 MTT cytotoxic activity of times study for J: E4A-cinnamoyl; D: E4A-hexanoyl; E: E4A-2-ethylbutyryl; and controls: Tig control is tigloyl chloride without E4A; AC control is acetyl chloride without E4A; H is acetyl chloride with E4A reaction 1 min.

FIG. 12 MTT cytotoxic activity of times study for H: E4A-acetyl; I: E4A-crotonoyl

FIG. 13 MTT cytotoxic activity of times study for E4A-Tig in 1 min, 15 min, 30 min, 1 hour, 2 hours

FIG. 14 HPLC profiles of E4A-Tig in 1 min and 2 hours

FIG. 15 MTT cytotoxic activity of times study for E4A-Tig. Results: E4A-Tigs from reaction of 5 sec to 1 min are most active. Activity decrease after 1 min of reaction. Minimum to no activity was obtained at 10 minutes or longer.

FIG. 16 Results of HPLC profiles of E4A-Tigs: E4A, E4A-ASAP (5 sec), E4A-1 min, E4A-2 min, E4A-5 min, E4A-10 min, E4A-30 min.

FIG. 17 Results of Activity order: M, N, O, P, Q, R, S, T, E4A; M=E4A has no activity.

FIG. 18 Results of MTT cytotoxic activity of E4A-Tig-R in Cancer cells of different organs: A, Bone (U2OS) IC50=4.5 ug/ml; B, Bladder (TB9): IC50=2.5 ug/ml; C, Lung (H460): IC50=4.8 ug/ml; D, Ovary (ES2): IC50=2.8 ug/ml

FIG. 19 Results of MTT cytotoxic activity of E4A-Tig-R in Cancer cells of different organs: E, Colon (HCT116) IC50=5.2 ug/ml; F, Pancreas (Capan) IC50=2.4 ug/ml; G, Ovary (OVCAR3) IC50=5.8 ug/ml; H, Breast (MCF-7) IC50=4.5 ug/ml

FIG. 20 Results of MTT cytotoxic activity of E4A-Tig-R in Cancer cells of different organs: I, Prostate (DU145) IC50=3.6 ug/ml; J, Skin (SK-Mel-5) IC 50=5.1 ug/ml; K, Mouth (KB) IC 50=3 ug/ml; L, Kidney (A498) IC 50=3.5 ug/ml

FIG. 21 Results of MTT cytotoxic activity of E4A-Tig-R in Cancer cells of different organs: M, Liver (HepG2) IC50=6 ug/ml; N, Brain (T98G) IC50=8 ug/ml; P, Leukemia (K562) IC 50=2 ug/ml; Q, Cervix (HeLa) IC 50=5 ug/ml

FIG. 22 (A) Results: Tig-N, -Q, -R, -T -S and -V do not have hemolytic activity up to 20 ug/ml. The original compound ES lyse 100% red blood cells (RBC) at 5 ug/ml. (B) Results: compare to Y3, the ACH-Y3 is less potent in hemolytic activity. Tig-R has no hemolytic activity

FIG. 23 (A) Results of HPLC profiles of reaction products. Multiple fractions were obtained. Individual fractions were collected for further studies. (B) Results of purification of E4A-Tig-R.

FIG. 24 Results of MTT assay of E4A-Tig-R with bone U2OS cell

FIG. 25 Results of HNMR of E4A-Tig-R.

FIG. 26 Results of CNMR of E4A-Tig-R.

FIG. 27 Results of HMQC of E4A-Tig-R.

FIG. 28 Results of HMBC of E4A-Tig-R.

FIG. 29 The Mass spectrum of Tig-R (M+H) is 671.4509. The mass is consistent with the proposed structure FIG. 30 The Chemical Structure of E4A-Tig-R, 24,28-O-Tigloyl-3β,16α,21β,22α,24 β,28-hexahydroxyolean-12-ene, Formular:C40H62O8, FW: 670.91548

FIG. 30 The Chemical Structure of E4A-Tig-R, 24,28-O-Tigloyl-3β,16β,21β,22α,24 β,28-hexahydroxyolean-12-ene, Formular:C40H62O8, FW: 670.91548

FIG. 31 (A) Results of HPLC profiles of reaction products. Multiple fractions were obtained. Individual fractions were collected for further studies.

(B) Results of purification of E4A-Tig-N. (C) Results of purification of E4A-Tig-S; (D) Results of purification of E4A-Tig-T.

FIG. 32 (A) Results of MTT assay of E4A-Tig-N with bone U2OS cell; (B) Results of MTT assay of E4A-Tig-S with bone U2OS cell

FIG. 33 (A) Results of MTT assay of E4A-Tig-T with bone U2OS cell; (B)shows the results of MTT assay of E4A-Tig-V with bone Ovary ES2 cell. IC50=2 ug/ml; (C) shows the results of purification of E4A-Tig-V.

FIG. 34 Results of HNMR of E4A-Tig-V.

FIG. 35 Results of HMQC of E4A-Tig-V.

FIG. 36 Results of HMBC of E4A-Tig-V.

FIG. 37 Results of Mass Spectrum of E4A-Tig-V. The Tig-R (M+H) mass is 753.4924 which is consistent with the proposed formula (C45H68O9).

DETAILED DESCRIPTION

OF THE INVENTION

This invention provides a method of synthesising new active compounds for pharmaceutical uses. This invention provides an anti adhesion therapy which uses the compound as a mediator or inhibitor of adhesion proteins and angiopoietins. It inhibits excess adhesion and inhibits cell attachment. It modulates angiogenesis. The compounds also use as mediator of cell adhesion receptor.

This invention provides compounds or a composition comprising the compounds provided in the invention for treating cancers; for inhibiting cancer growth, for inhibiting viruses; for preventing cerebral aging; for improving memory; improving cerebral functions; for curing enuresis, frequent micturition, urinary incontinence; dementia, Alzheimer\'s disease, autism, brain trauma, Parkinson\'s disease or other diseases caused by cerebral dysfunctions; for treating arthritis, rheumatism, poor circulation, arteriosclerosis, Raynaud\'s syndrome, angina pectoris, cardiac disorder, coronary heart disease, headache, dizziness, kidney disorder; cerebrovascular diseasea; inhibiting NF-Kappa B activation; for treating brain edema, severe acute respiratory syndrome, respiratory viral diseases, chronic venous insufficiency, hypertension, chronic venous disease, oedema, inflammation, hemonhoids, peripheral edema formation, varicose vein disease, flu, post traumatic edema and postoperative swelling; for inhibiting blood clots, for inhibiting ethanol absorption; for lowering blood sugar; for regulating adrenocorticotropin and corticosterone levels. This invention provides a composition for AntiMS, antianeurysm, antiasthmatic, anti-oedematous, anti-inflammatory, antibradykinic, anticapillarihemorrhagic, anticephalagic, anticervicobrachialgic, antieclamptic, antiedemic, antiencaphalitic, antiepiglottitic, antiexudative, antiflu, antifracture, antigingivitic, antihematomic, antiherpetic, antihistaminic, antihydrathritic, antimeningitic, antioxidant, antiperiodontic, antiphlebitic, antipleuritic, antiraucedo, antirhinitic, antitonsilitic, antiulcer, antivaricose, antivertiginous, cancerostatic, corticosterogenic, diuretic, fungicide, hemolytic, hyaluronidase inhibitor, lymphagogue, natriuretic, pesticide, pituitary stimulant, thymolytic, vasoprotective, inhibiting leishmaniases, modulating adhesion or angiogenesis of cancer cells, antiparasitic; increase the expression of the genes: ANGPT2, DDIT3, LIF and NFKB1Z, and manufacturing an adjuvant composition and venotonic treatment.

This invention provides compounds, compositions and methods for treating cancer diseases, inhibiting cancer invasion, for inhibiting cancer growth or for inhibiting cancer metastasis, wherein the compounds comprise the structures selected from the formulae of the present application, wherein the compounds can be synthesized or isolated, wherein the compounds comprise the triterpenes, pentacyclic triterpenes, saponins, and compounds selected from formulae in this application, wherein the cancers comprise breast cancer, leukocytic cancer, liver cancer, ovarian cancer, bladder cancer, prostatic cancer, skin cancer, bone cancer, brain cancer, leukemia cancer, lung cancer, colon cancer, CNS cancer, melanoma cancer, renal cancer, cervical cancer, esophageal cancer, testicular cancer, spleenic cancer, kidney cancer, lymphhatic cancer, pancreatic cancer, stomach cancer and thyroid cancer; wherein the cells comprise breast cell, leukocytic cell, liver cell, ovarian cell, bladder cell, prostatic cell, skin cell, bone cell, brain cell, leukemia cell, lung cell, colon cell, CNS cell, melanoma cell, renal cell, cervical cell, esophageal cell, testicular cell, spleenic cell, kidney cell, lymphhatic cell, pancreatic cell, stomach cell and thyroid cell.



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