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Acta Pharmaceutica Sinica ; (12): 2911-2917, 2020.
Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-862285

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Zika virus (ZIKV) is an emerging mosquito-borne virus that is associated with severe congenital brain malformations in the fetus and Guillain-Barré syndrome in adults. However, there are currently no drugs or preventive vaccines approved for ZIKV infection. Here, ciclesonide has been found significantly against ZIKV activity by plaque and cytotoxicity assays in vitro, and its 50% effective concentration (EC50) to ZIKV SZ01 and MR766 are (0.40 ± 0.22) and (1.59 ± 1.08) μmol·L-1, respectively. Its 50% cytotoxic concentration (CC50) to Vero cells are (64.70 ± 7.33) μmol·L-1; Virus yield reduction and Western blot assays showed that ciclesonide can inhibit replication of ZIKV. In addition, ciclesonide can also inhibit the replication of ZIKV in A549 cells; the results of time of drug addition analysis indicated that ciclesonide mainly acts on the ZIKV RNA synthesis stage. Ciclesonide can also inhibit the internalization of ZIKV. These results indicated that ciclesonide is a potential drug against ZIKV.

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Acta Pharmaceutica Sinica ; (12): 944-949, 2018.
Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-779955

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In this study, azvudine (FNC), hydrochloride salt of azvudine (FNC-HCl) and triphosphate azovudine (FNC-TP) were tested against DENV-Ⅱ recombinant virus (DENV-Ⅱ Luc+). The inhibitory activity of FNC, FNC-HCl and FNC-TP on DENVs were detected by plaque assay. The effect on the expression of DENV-Ⅱ envelope protein E was detected by Western blot; the inhibitory of DENV-Ⅱ viral RNA by compounds was detected by real-time quantitative PCR. MTT assay was used to determine the cytotoxicity of the three compounds on Vero cells. The results showed that FNC, FNC-HCl and FNC-TP inhibited the viral replication by inhibition of renilla luciferase activity of DENV-Ⅱ Luc+. The 50% effective concentration (EC50) of FNC, FNC-HCl and FNC-TP in the inhibition of DENVs replication were from 0.54-25.42 μmol·L-1, while that of ribavirin was 40.78 ±1.02 μmol·L-1 as the positive control. Western blot and real time quantitative PCR results showed that FNC, FNC-HCl and FNC-TP significantly inhibited the expression of DENV-Ⅱ E protein, and the replication of DENV-Ⅱ viral RNA. The 50% cytotoxic concentrations of FNC, FNC-HCl and FNC-TP were all greater than 3 000.00 μmol·L-1. The results suggest that in vitro anti-DENVs activities of FNC, FNC-HCl and FNC-TP are superior to ribavirin, which are expected to become new candidates of anti-DENV drugs.

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Acta Pharmaceutica Sinica ; (12): 227-235, 2018.
Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-779867

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The study is aimed to evaluate the anti-HIV-1 effect of chloroquine in combination with antihuman immunodeficiency virus (HIV) drugs, and inhibition of plasmacytoid dendritic cells (pDC) activation and type I interferon (IFN-I) production by Toll-like receptor 7 (TLR7) agonist stimulation. We investigated the anti-HIV-1ⅢB, HIV-1KM018 activity of chloroquine and chloroquine combined with rategrivir (RAL), enfuvirtide (T-20), indinavir (IDV) and efavirenz (EFV) in vitro by luciferase activity assay system and ELISA method for p24 antigen. We measured the effect of chloroquine on the activation of pDC in combination with RAL and IDV, respectively. Quantitative PCR was used to evaluate the activity of chloroquine in combination with RAL and IDV in the upregulation of interferon (IFN)-α and IFN-β. Chloroquine showed less cytotoxicity to C8166, TZM-bl and PBMC cells, and the 50% cytotoxic concentration values were 85.02 ±0.28, 73.67 ±5.10 and 91.84 ±4.10 μmol·L-1, respectively. The anti-HIV-1ⅢB activity of chloroquine combination with RAL, T-20, IDV and EFV were moderate in synergy, strong in synergy, additive and moderate antagonism, respectively. The anti-HIV-1KM018 activity of chloroquine in combination with RAL, IDV were moderate synergy, minor synergy. There was no significant difference between the chloroquine monotherapy and chloroquine combined with RAL, IDV in the down-regulation of pDC activation and IFN-α, IFN-β expression levels. We have found that chloroquine combined with different anti-HIV drugs represent different degrees of synergism, antagonism or additive anti-HIV-1 effect. Chloroquine in combination with RAL and IDV did not have influence on the inhibitory effect of chloroquine on pDC activation and type I interferon secretion induced by TLR7 agonist. The results suggest that chloroquine may be used to enhance the therapeutic activities of anti-HIV medicines.

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Acta Pharmaceutica Sinica ; (12): 1704-2016.
Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-779361

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To evaluate the anti-HIV-1 activities of 5 benzophenones non-nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitors (NNRTIs) such as DY1203, DY1204, DY1119, DY1208 and DY1209 in vitro, the cytotoxicity of 5 compounds were tested on C8166, MT-4, H9 and PBMC with the MTT assay. The anti-HIV-1 activities of compounds were evaluated on laboratory-adapted strain, drug-resistant strains and primary isolated strains by p24 antigen expression ELISA. The inhibition of HIV-1 recombinant reverse transcriptase activity was assessed by ELISA assay. Among 5 compounds, DY1203 and DY1204 showed low cytotoxicities with CC50 greater than 200 μg·mL-1. DY1119, DY1208 and DY1209 showed strong anti-HIV-1 activities against HIV-1IIIB, HIV-174V, HIV-1RF/V82F/184V, HIV-1NL4-3 gp41(36G) N42S, HIV-1KM018, HIV-1TC-1 and HIV-1Wan. However, NNRTIs drug-resistant strain HIV-1A17 showed different resistance to these compounds. The 5 compounds proved active against HIV-1 recombinant reverse transcriptase. DY1208 is expected to become a new lead compound for its high therapeutic index. The results can provide new information for HIV-1 drug research and promote the development of new HIV-1 drugs.

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Article in English | WPRIM | ID: wpr-812288

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AIM@#To evaluate the anti-HIV activity and mechanism of action of wikstroelide M, a daphnane diterpene from Daphne acutiloba Rehder (Thymelaeaceae).@*METHODS@#The anti-HIV activities of wikstroelide M against different HIV strains were evaluated by cytopathic effect assay and p24 quantification assay with ELISA. The inhibitory effect of wikstroelide M on HIV reverse transcription was analyzed by real-time PCR and ELISA. The effect of wikstroelide M on HIV-1 integrase nuclear translocation was observed with a cell-based imaging assay. The effect of wikstroelide M on LEDGF/p75-IN interaction was assayed by molecular docking.@*RESULTS@#Wikstroelide M potently inhibited different HIV-1 strains, including HIV-1IIIB, HIV-1A17, and HIV-19495, induced a cytopathic effect, with EC50 values ranging from 3.81 to 15.65 ng·mL⁻¹. Wikstroelide M also had high inhibitory activities against HIV-2ROD and HIV-2CBL-20-induced cytopathic effects with EC50 values of 18.88 and 31.90 ng·mL⁻¹. The inhibitory activities of wikstroelide M on the three HIV-1 strains were further confirmed by p24 quantification assay, with EC50 values ranging from 15.16 to 35.57 ng·mL⁻¹. Wikstroelide M also potently inhibited HIV-1IIIB induced cytolysis in MT-4 cells, with an EC50 value of 9.60 ng·mL⁻¹. The mechanistic assay showed that wikstroelide M targeted HIV-1 reverse transcriptase and nuclear translocation of integrase through disrupting the interaction between integrase and LEDGF/p75.@*CONCLUSION@#Wikstroelide M may be a potent HIV-1 and HIV-2 inhibitor, the mechanisms of action may include inhibition of reverse trascriptase activity and inhibition of integrase nuclear translocation through disrupting the interaction between integrase and LEDGF/p75.


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Anti-HIV Agents , Pharmacology , Therapeutic Uses , Cell Line , Daphne , Chemistry , Diterpenes , Pharmacology , HIV Infections , Drug Therapy , Virology , HIV Integrase , Metabolism , HIV Integrase Inhibitors , Pharmacology , Therapeutic Uses , HIV Reverse Transcriptase , HIV-1 , HIV-2 , Humans , Intercellular Signaling Peptides and Proteins , Metabolism , Phytotherapy , Plant Extracts , Pharmacology , Therapeutic Uses , Virus Integration , Virus Replication
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