Structure-Kinetic Profiling of Haloperidol Analogues at the Human Dopamine D2 Receptor

Tim Fyfe, Barrie Kellam, David A. Sykes, Ben Capuano, Peter Scammells, Robert Lane, Steven J Charlton, Shailesh Mistry

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Haloperidol is a typical antipsychotic drug (APD) associated with an increased risk of extrapyramidal side effects (EPSs) and hyperprolactinemia relative to atypical APDs such as clozapine. Both drugs are dopamine D2 receptor (D2R) antagonists, with contrasting kinetic profiles. Haloperidol displays fast association/slow dissociation at the D2R, whereas clozapine exhibits relatively slow association/fast dissociation. Recently, we have provided evidence that slow dissociation from the D2R predicts hyperprolactinemia, whereas fast association predicts EPS. Unfortunately, clozapine can cause severe side effects independent of its D2R action. Our results suggest an optimal kinetic profile for D2R antagonist APDs that avoids EPS. To begin exploring this hypothesis, we conducted a structure-kinetic relationship study of haloperidol and revealed that subtle structural modifications dramatically change binding kinetic rate constants, affording compounds with a clozapine-like kinetic profile. Thus, optimization of these kinetic parameters may allow development of novel APDs based on the haloperidol scaffold with improved side-effect profiles.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)9488-9520
Number of pages33
JournalJournal of Medicinal Chemistry
Volume62
Issue number21
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 14 Nov 2019

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Fyfe, Tim ; Kellam, Barrie ; Sykes, David A. ; Capuano, Ben ; Scammells, Peter ; Lane, Robert ; Charlton, Steven J ; Mistry, Shailesh. / Structure-Kinetic Profiling of Haloperidol Analogues at the Human Dopamine D2 Receptor. In: Journal of Medicinal Chemistry. 2019 ; Vol. 62, No. 21. pp. 9488-9520.
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Structure-Kinetic Profiling of Haloperidol Analogues at the Human Dopamine D2 Receptor. / Fyfe, Tim; Kellam, Barrie; Sykes, David A.; Capuano, Ben; Scammells, Peter; Lane, Robert; Charlton, Steven J; Mistry, Shailesh.

In: Journal of Medicinal Chemistry, Vol. 62, No. 21, 14.11.2019, p. 9488-9520.

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