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Novel Insights into the Thioesterolytic Activity of N-Substituted Pyridinium-4-oximes

Foretić, Blaženka; Damjanović, Vladimir; Vianello, Robert; Picek, Igor (2020) Novel Insights into the Thioesterolytic Activity of N-Substituted Pyridinium-4-oximes. Molecules, 25 (10). ISSN 1420-3049

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Abstract

The pyridinium oximes are known esterolytic agents, usually classified in the literature as catalysts, which mimic the catalytic mode of hydrolases. Herein, we combined kinetic and computational studies of the pyridinium-4-oxime-mediated acetylthiocholine (AcSCh+) hydrolysis to provide novel insights into their potential catalytic activity. The N-methyl- and N-benzylpyridinium-4-oximes have been tested as oximolytic agents toward the AcSCh+, while the newly synthesized O-acetyl-N-methylpyridinium-4-oxime iodide was employed for studying the consecutive hydrolytic reaction. The relevance of the AcSCh+ hydrolysis as a competitive reaction to AcSCh+ oximolysis was also investigated. The reactions were independently studied spectrophotometrically and rate constants, koxime, kw and kOH, were evaluated over a convenient pH-range at I = 0.1 M and 25 °C. The catalytic action of pyridinium-4-oximes comprises two successive stages, acetylation (oximolysis) and deacetylation stage (pyridinium-4-oxime-ester hydrolysis), the latter being crucial for understanding the whole catalytic cycle. The complete mechanism is presented by the free energy reaction profiles obtained with (CPCM)/M06–2X/6–311++G(2df, 2pd)//(CPCM)/M06–2X/6–31+G(d) computational model. The comparison of the observed rates of AcSCh+ oximolytic cleavage and both competitive AcSCh+ and consecutive pyridinium-4-oxime-ester hydrolytic cleavage revealed that the pyridinium-4-oximes cannot be classified as non-enzyme catalyst of the AcSCh+ hydrolysis but as the very effective esterolytic agents.

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: acetylthiocholine ; pyridinium-4-oxime-ester ; reaction mechanisms ; energy profiles ; computations
Subjects: NATURAL SCIENCES > Chemistry
Divisions: Division of Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry
Depositing User: Robert Vianello
Date Deposited: 07 Jan 2021 13:58
Last Modified: 07 Jan 2021 13:58
URI: http://fulir.irb.hr/id/eprint/6157
DOI: 10.3390/molecules25102385

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