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Identification of Psychoplastogenic N,N-Dimethylaminoisotryptamine (isoDMT) Analogues through Structure-Activity Relationship Studies.

  • Author(s): Dunlap, Lee E
  • Azinfar, Arya
  • Ly, Calvin
  • Cameron, Lindsay P
  • Viswanathan, Jayashri
  • Tombari, Robert J
  • Myers-Turnbull, Douglas
  • Taylor, Jack C
  • Grodzki, Ana Cristina
  • Lein, Pamela J
  • Kokel, David
  • Olson, David E
  • et al.

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https://doi.org/10.1021/acs.jmedchem.9b01404
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Abstract

Ketamine, N,N-dimethyltryptamine (DMT), and other psychoplastogens possess enormous potential as neurotherapeutics due to their ability to potently promote neuronal growth. Here, we report the first-ever structure-activity relationship study with the explicit goal of identifying novel psychoplastogens. We have discovered several key features of the psychoplastogenic pharmacophore and used this information to develop N,N-dimethylaminoisotryptamine (isoDMT) psychoplastogens that are easier to synthesize, have improved physicochemical properties, and possess reduced hallucinogenic potential as compared to their DMT counterparts.

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This item is under embargo until June 23, 2021.