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Design and synthesis of cyclic dinucleotide analogues containing triazolyl C-nucleosides
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  • Jinliang Ma,
  • Hui Xu,
  • Ke Hou,
  • Yaru Cao,
  • Di Xie,
  • Jiayin Yan,
  • Wenpei Dong,
  • Tao Jiang,
  • Chang-Po Chen
Jinliang Ma
Henan Normal University

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Hui Xu
Henan Normal University
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Ke Hou
Henan Normal University
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Yaru Cao
Henan Normal University
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Di Xie
Henan Normal University
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Jiayin Yan
Henan Normal University
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Wenpei Dong
Henan Normal University
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Tao Jiang
Henan Normal University
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Chang-Po Chen
Henan Normal University
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Abstract

Natural Cyclic dinucleotide (CDN) is the secondary messenger involving bacterial hemostasis, human innate immunity, and bacterial antiphage immunity. Synthetic CDN and its analogues are key molecular probes and potential immunotherapeu-tics. Several CDN analogues are under clinical research for antitumor immunotherapy. A myriad of synthetic methods has been developed and reported to prepare CDN and its analogues. Chemical modifications of phosphate, ribose, and nucleo-base of natural CDN have been investigated using solid phase or solution phase strategy. However, most of the protocols take multisteps and only one CDN or its analogue could be prepared in one time. In this paper, a strategy based on a mac-rocyclic ribose phosphate skeleton containing a 1’-alkynyl group was designed and developed to prepare CDN analogues containing triazolyl C-nucleosides by Click chemistry. Combinatorial application of Click chemistry and sulfenylation cascade to the macrocyclic skeleton extended the diversity of CDN analogues. This macrocyclic skeleton strategy could rapidly and efficiently provide CDN analogues to facilitate the research of microbiology, immunology, and the development of immu-notherapeutics.