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Unifiram

Unifiram
Systematic (IUPAC) name
(8aR)-2-[(4-fluorophenyl)sulfonyl]hexahydropyrrolo[1,2-a]pyrazin-6(2H)-one
Clinical data
Legal status
  • Unscheduled
Identifiers
CAS number  YesY
ATC code ?
PubChem
ChemSpider  N
ChEMBL  N
Chemical data
Formula C13H15FN2O3S 
Mol. mass 298.333 g/mol
 N   

Unifiram (DM-232) is an ampakine-like drug derived from biarylpropylsulfonamide,[1] and has nootropic and antiamnesic effects in animal studies with up to a thousand times higher potency than piracetam.[2][3] A number of related compounds are known, including sunifiram (DM-235).[4][5][6] Unifiram has two enantiomers, with (R)-(+)-unifiram (Dextro-Unifiram) being the more active isomer.[7] Unifiram is shown to reduce the duration of hypnosis induced by pentobarbital, without impairing motor coordination.[8]

Safety

As of 2013, no formal human studies with unifiram have been conducted.

References

  1. ^ Galeotti, N.; Ghelardini, C.; Pittaluga, A.; Pugliese, A.; Bartolini, A.; Manetti, D.; Romanelli, M.; Gualtieri, F. (2003). "AMPA-receptor activation is involved in the antiamnesic effect of DM 232 (unifiram) and DM 235 (sunifiram)". Naunyn-Schmiedeberg's archives of pharmacology 368 (6): 538–545.  
  2. ^ Ghelardini, C.; Galeotti, N.; Gualtieri, F.; Romanelli, M.; Bucherelli, C.; Baldi, E.; Bartolini, A. (2002). "DM235 (sunifiram): a novel nootropic with potential as a cognitive enhancer". Naunyn-Schmiedeberg's archives of pharmacology 365 (6): 419–426.  
  3. ^ Romanelli, M.; Galeotti, N.; Ghelardini, C.; Manetti, D.; Martini, E.; Gualtieri, F. (2006). "Pharmacological characterization of DM232 (unifiram) and DM235 (sunifiram), new potent cognition enhancers". CNS Drug Reviews 12 (1): 39–52.  
  4. ^ Scapecchi, S.; Martini, E.; Manetti, D.; Ghelardini, C.; Martelli, C.; Dei, S.; Galeotti, N.; Guandalini, L.; Novella Romanelli, M.; Teodori, E. (2004). "Structure-activity relationship studies on unifiram (DM232) and sunifiram (DM235), two novel and potent cognition enhancing drugs". Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry 12 (1): 71–85.  
  5. ^ Martini, E.; Ghelardini, C.; Dei, S.; Guandalini, L.; Manetti, D.; Melchiorre, M.; Norcini, M.; Scapecchi, S.; Teodori, E.; Romanelli, M. N. (2008). "Design, synthesis and preliminary pharmacological evaluation of new piperidine and piperazine derivatives as cognition-enhancers". Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry 16 (3): 1431–1443.  
  6. ^ Martini, E.; Norcini, M.; Ghelardini, C.; Manetti, D.; Dei, S.; Guandalini, L.; Melchiorre, M.; Pagella, S.; Scapecchi, S.; Teodoria, E. (2008). "Design, synthesis and preliminary pharmacological evaluation of new analogues of DM232 (unifiram) and DM235 (sunifiram) as cognition modulators". Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry 16 (23): 10034–10042.  
  7. ^ Martini, E.; Ghelardini, C.; Bertucci, C.; Dei, S.; Gualtieri, F.; Guandalini, L.; Manetti, D.; Scapecchi, S.; Teodori, E.; Romanelli, M. N. (2005). "Enantioselective synthesis and preliminary pharmacological evaluation of the enantiomers of unifiram (DM232), a potent cognition-enhancing agent". Medicinal chemistry 1 (5): 473–480.  
  8. ^ Ghelardini, C.; Galeotti, N.; Gualtieri, F.; Manetti, D.; Bucherelli, C.; Baldi, E.; Bartolini, A. (2002). "The novel nootropic compound DM232 (UNIFIRAM) ameliorates memory impairment in mice and rats". Drug Development Research 56: 23.  



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