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Mini-Reviews in Medicinal Chemistry, 2005, 5, 479-487
Human Acetylcholinesterase Inhibitors: Electronic-Topological and Neural
Network Approaches to the Structure-Activity Relationships Study

F. Kandemirli*, 1, M. Saraçoglu2 and V. Kovalishyn3 1Department of Chemistry, Kocaeli University, 41000, Kocaeli, Turkey 2Department of Chemistry, Erciyes University, 38039, Kayseri, Turkey 3Biomedical Department, Institute of Bioorganic Petroleum Chemistry, 253660, Ukraine Abstract: The Electronic-Topological (ETM) and Neural Network methods were applied to the study of the
"structure–acetylcholinesterase (AChE) inhibitor activity" relationships for a series of physostigmine and N-
benzylpiperidine derivatives. Molecular fragments specific for active compounds and breaks of activity were
calculated for human AChE by applying the ETM and Neural Network methods. Requirements necessary for a
compound to be active were formulated; they are the result of detailed analysis of all compounds under study. A
comparative study of the activity features found for human AChE was performed.
Keywords: Human AChE Inhibitors, Electronic Topological Method, Neural Network Method.
determined or calculated) that relate to physico-chemical properties of the compounds. The QSARs of Alzheimer's disease (AD), the most common cause of AChE inhibitors were reviewed recently [8-16]; dementia in the elderly, is a chronic, slowly progressiveneurodegenerative disorder with characteristic deterioration of Electronic-topological method (ETM), which is a intellectual capacity in various domains: learning and structural approach designed for the investigation of memory, language abilities, reading and writing, praxis, structure-property relationships. In "structure-AChE interaction with the environment. One of the few undisputed inhibitor activity" [17] relationship studies had been evidences in the neuropathology of the AD is the loss of performed for three series of N-benzylpiperidine cholinergic neurons occurring in different areas of the central derivatives by using the ETM. The results of the nervous system, mainly the cerebral cortex and the study show how the use of the ETM makes it hippocampus [1-5].
possible to bypass the incompatibility problem as tothe experimental data.
One promising therapeutic strategy for activating central cholinergic functions has been the use of inhibitors of The present study that uses the ETM and Neural acetylcholinesterase (AChE). This enzyme is responsible for Network methods as well, aims at finding new AChE the metabolic hydrolysis of acetylcholine. Tacrine, inhibitors that can be useful against AD.
donepezil, and rivastigmine are acetylcholinesteraseinhibitors that increase the levels of acetylcholine at thesynapse by blocking the breakdown of the neurotransmitter MATERIALS AND METHODS
Data Sets
Previous computational studies can be divided into three Compounds under study (73 molecules in total [18-22] are shown in Table 1. Their common structural skeletons are
given in (Fig. 1). that shows how compounds under study
Approaches used to model ligand-receptor interaction belong to different structural classes. Skeletons A, B and F
through docking (molecular dynamics); these have represent various derivatives of 4-(3-benzisoxazolylethyl)-N- been applied to only small series [7]; benzylpiperidine. Molecular skeletons C, D, and E represent
Quantitative structure-activity relationship (QSAR) modifications performed on the structure of the natural studies that use either Comparative Molecular field analysis (CoMFA) or conventional 2D QSARmethods. Mainly, this methodology aims at the Table 1 reports calculated and experimental log 1/IC50,
development of simple mathematical models that measured on human erythrocyte AChE of 73 compounds.
correlate changes in biological activity with variations Molecules under study were classified as active compounds in the structure of molecules. These variations are (31 molecules with log 1/IC50 ≥ 7.24), low-active ones (13 accounted for by parameters (experimentally molecules with 7.22 ≤ log 1/IC50 ≤ 6.81) and inactivecompounds (29 molecules with log 1/IC50 < 6.80).
To identify activity features (or pharmacophores), the *Address correspondence to this author at the Department of Chemistry, ETM-calculations were carried out twice: first, low-active Kocaeli University. Kocaeli, Turkey; Tel: +90 262 528 57 61; Fax: +90 compounds were considered as belonging to the active class, 262+3215968; E-mail: [email protected] and then as belonging to the inactive class.
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Fig. (1). Common molecular skeletons of the compounds under study.
ET Method Description
follows a common scheme for the pattern recognition, but ithas also some peculiarities that stem from complexity of the The ETM can be considered as one of structure-based "structure-property" problem. A pattern recognition-based approaches [23-26]. As all structural methods, it needs a application consists of the following stages. The first stage is language for the compounds structure description (LCSD).
known as data transforming, when input data must be Because three-dimensional (3D) graphs are taken as models prepared in a predefined format. In the ETM-scheme, this for real molecules, mathematical structures used in the ETM stage serves for an ETMC formation for every molecule Si.
as LCSD are commonly used in QSAR matrices (one matrix= one compound). However, the nature of their elements is The second stage, pre-processing (known also as feature different. Instead of some global chemical properties selection) is to be done, aiming at the definition of common (lipophilicity, solubility) used in QSAR methods, the ETM molecular fragments (i.e. congruent subgraphs SjA, j∈J; "A" uses quantum-chemical, or electronic characteristics and data means "responsible for the given activity"). They are taken from conformational analysis. Conformational analysis searched for in all structures Si, i∈I. A straightforward and quantum chemistry calculations were carried out by solution is to search them by comparing, one by one, means of molecular mechanics method (MMP2) and semi- molecular structures Si with a template S0 (an active empirical quantum chemistry method (AM1), respectively.
compound, if features of activity are searched). Algorithmsapplied at this stage are named self-learning procedures. The Diagonal elements of the matrices called Electronic- corresponding algorithm of the ETM needs a number of Topological Matrices of Contiguity (ETMC, for short) initial parameters of the ETM algorithm. They are: reflect one or more atomic properties (represented by aseparate value or a vector of characteristics). Off-diagonal A threshold of activity, which allows the separation of elements characterise bonds between pairs of atoms, if they all compounds into corresponding groups; exist, or distances, otherwise. (Usually, only the upper A template molecule for the comparison; triangle of the matrix is used in calculations because of thesymmetry of bonds.) Values of the bond properties can be Values ∆1-3 that are used to fix a definite level of also represented by one or more values. However, only one flexibility of molecules; value is used in calculation for simplicity. If there are more A desired value of a criterion CA(SjA) (probability of a
than one properties for atoms and bonds, the ETM fragment SjA presence in the set {SkA} of molecular calculations can be repeated for every separate property. The formal description of the ETM can be found in [17].
The estimation of the probability for a SjA, is calculated Computational part of the ETM is a sequence of the by the following formula proved in structural methods: CA (SjA) = (LA+1)/( LA + LNA +2)
Conformational analysis Where LA, LNA are numbers of compounds from the {SkA} and {SkNA} sets, respectively, which contain the SjA fragment. If the fragments found satisfy the criterion CA andare informative enough, from the point of view of the Processing ETMCs (the search of the structural researcher, the procedure stops. Otherwise, it is repeated with features responsible for activity/inactivity by different initial settings.
comparing a template active/inactive compound withthe rest of compounds).
Next important stage in both indirect methods and some structural ones is an examination procedure. In the case of The last two steps represent the essential part of the the ETM application, however, the found fragments can be ETM. The core of the ETM-software (see Fig. 2) mainly

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Fig. (2). Common scheme of ETM.
used immediately, if they satisfy some conditions When used together, both types of features represent valuable superimposed by the researcher. At the same time, the information for the design of new compounds with the examination procedure is applied when the researcher wants desired activity A.
to validate the stability of the fragments selected. This isdone by the "leave-one-alone" technique, when allcompounds from the set {Sk NEURAL NETWORK METHOD
A} are tried as templates for matrices' comparison. In contrast to many other methods in Artificial Neural Networks (ANNs) is a group of methods the ETM, this task is fulfilled by the same procedure as the that are increasingly being used in drug design to study one used at the previous step. The features validation is QSAR [27, 28]. This method is able to elucidate structure- obligatory, when a quantitative (functional) model is to be activity relationships and take into account any non-linear developed on the basis of the fragments found (as usually is character of these relationships. Thus, this method can be of the case of indirect methods).
significant interest in 3D QSAR studies.
The concluding step is the development of a set of For the analysis of the data we have used one of the most decision rules for the activity (A) prediction. In the ETM, well-known neural networks - the feed forward neural this set is represented by a set of molecular substructures networks (FFNNs) trained with the back propagation (represented by submatrices of ETMCs, or by ETSA, for algorithm [29, 30]. The architecture of the ANNS was short) and some numerical data that are important for consisted of three-layers with five neurons in one hidden recognising new molecular structures possessing the activity layer. One single output node was used to code activities of A. When having such set, the given property P prediction AChE inhibitors. The bias neuron was presented on the consists in the search of congruent subgraphs in all input and on the hidden layer. At least M=200 independent abovementioned structures Si. Again, this procedure follows FFNN were trained to analyse each set of variables. The the same steps as the procedures for features selection and predicted values of each analysed case were averaged over all validation, but its initial settings ∆1-3 and CP are those
M network predictions and the means were used to calculate calculated at the first step, and templates are exactly the statistical coefficients with targets. The other details of the features selected.
algorithm can be found elsewhere [31, 32].
When successfully found, a feature SjA elucidates core The avoidance of overfitting/overtraining has been shown mechanisms of the receptor-ligand interactions. But a similar to be an important factor for the improvement of predictive study can be carried out when the user wishes to find ‘breaks ability and correct selection of variables in the feed forward of activity', which indirectly characterise sterically neural networks [31]. The Early Stopping over Ensemble inaccessible and/or electronically forbidden regions of (ESE) technique was used in the current study to accomplish receptors. They are fragments that are common to all this. A detailed description of ESE can be found in [31, 32].
compounds from {SlNA, for all l} and cannot be found in the In brief, each analysed artificial neural network ensemble compounds from {SkA, for all k}. (It is noteworthy that for a (ANNE) was composed of M=200 networks. The values break of activity SjNA the criterion CNA looks similar.)
calculated for analysed cases were averaged over all M neural

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Fig. (3). The P1(a), P2(b) and P3(c) pharmacophores found relative to active molecules 1, 4 and 5 respectively.
networks, and their means were used for computing last improvement of root–mean-square error in the early statistical coefficients with targets. We used a subdivision of stopping point. The root–mean-square error E was computed the initial training set into two equal learning/validation as a criterion of network learning to determine the stop subsets. The first set was used to train the neural network points of a training procedure. The quality of the model was while the second one was used to monitor the training tested by the leave-one-out cross-validation q2 value defined process measured by root mean square error. An early stopping point determined as a best fit of a network to the q2 = (SD-press)/SD; validation set was used to stop the neural network learning.
Thus, statistical parameters calculated at the early stopping Introduced by Cramer et al. [33]. Here SD represents the point were used. The training was terminated by limiting variance of a target value relative to its mean and 'press' is the network run to 10, 000 epochs (total number of epochs) the average squared errors of predicted values obtained from or after 2, 000 epochs (local number of epochs) following the leave-one-out (LOO) procedure.

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The LOO cross-validation procedure was used to The pharmacophore was found in 19 of 31 active supervise the predictive performance of ANN.
compounds, and it was not found in inactive compounds at
all. Thus, the probability CA of its realisation in the active
It has been shown that pruning algorithms [34, 35] may class is about 0.95. As seen from the pharmacophore's be used to optimise the number of input parameters for structure, it consists of the C6, C8 atoms of the phenyl, and ANNs learning and to select the most significant ones.
C9, C12, C15, C16, N18, O20 atoms.
These algorithms operate in a manner similar to step-wisemultiple regression analysis and exclude on each step one Pharmacophore P2 was calculated relative to the template
input parameter that was estimated to be non-significant.
molecule 4 in a similar way as for P1 (see Fig. 3b). The P2
The pruning algorithms were used in the current study to was found in 22 active compounds and it was not found in determine significant parameters of input data points of the inactive compounds at all (correspondingly, the probability analysed molecules as described in references [34, 35].
of its appearance is estimated as 0.96). The P2 includes five
atoms in total, as seen from (Fig. 3b).
Pharmacophore P3 was calculated by taking compound 5
as the template for comparison. The P3 includes seven
According to the common scheme of the ETM, atoms, which are carbon atoms C5, C8, of the phenyl cycle conformational analysis and quantum chemistry calculations and two carbons, C14, C15, C16, N18, O20. They belong to were carried out for all compounds in the series under study.
different parts of the template molecule, and, as seen from As the result of the conformational analysis, conformational (Fig. 3c), they represent the most important two parts of all
structures with global minimum of their energies are to be active molecules.
In Figure 4, the superimposition of three template
compounds that correspond to the calculated pharmacophores Pharmacophores and Anti-Pharmacophores Calculation
P1 – P3 is shown. In 3D space three separate regions can beindicated for each active molecule, where atoms of the three Electronic and steric parameters responsible for the pharmacophores can be found.
activity form a matrix, which is a submatrix of thecorresponding template ETMC. As it was already said, such These regions are shown in the (Fig. 4) by dotted lines.
submatrix is called the electron-topological submatrix of One of them is formed by the atoms belonging to the phenyl activity (ETSA). So, the activity feature (or pharmacophore) ring, while the other two are formed by the atoms that P1 was calculated by taking molecule 1 as template
represent the heterocyclic rings. It is quite possible that the compound (∆1= ± 0.05, ∆2= ± 0.10). The P1 is shown in
atoms from these regions play an important role in the (Fig. 3a) along with its ETSAP1.
Fig. (4). Template compounds 1, 4 and 5 alignment by superposing the P1, P2 and P3 features.

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Fig. (5). The AP1(a), AP2(b) and AP3(c) anti-pharmacophore found relative to inactive molecules 67, 68 and 72 respectively.
When building a system for the activity prediction, those interatomic 3D distances for the atoms can be seen from its fragments of molecule are also to be taken into account, ETSCAP1. 3D distances used at place of some off-diagonal which are capable of deactivating an active structure (‘breaks elements in the ETSAAP1 are close enough. AP1 feature was
of activity', or anti-pharmacophores). An anti-pharmacophore found in 21of 29 inactive compounds. It was found 2 in AP1 was found from template compound 67 (see Fig. 5a).
active compounds. So, the probability of its realisation AP1 contains seven atoms belonging to different parts of the
(CNA) in this class of compounds is about 0.88.
template molecule 67. These atoms are C3, C11 C16, C18,
Anti-pharmacophore AP2 was calculated from the
C20, C24 and C29. Peculiarities of electronic-topological template compound 68. The atoms C
parameters such as atomic charges, bond multiplicities and 3, C10, C15, C17, C18,

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Fig. (6). Frequency of the fragments' occurrence in the compounds from the studied series for pharmacophores P1 ÷ P3 and for anti-
pharmacophores AP1 ÷ AP3.
C20, and C21 depicted in (Fig. 5b) were found incapable of
The ability of the aforementioned system to divide hydrogen bonds formation with the receptor. The AP2 was
compounds of the training set into classes of found in 18 of 29 inactive compounds and 2 active activity/inactivity is illustrated in (Fig. 6) by frequencies of
compounds. Thus, the probability of its realisation was the fragments occurrence in the compounds of the training calculated as 0.86.
set. The frequencies are shown in dependence with the levelof AChE inhibition activity of the compounds in view.
From the compound 73 taken as the template, the anti-
pharmacophore AP3 was calculated. The activity feature was
As seen from the graph in the (Fig. 6), in the class of
found in 18 inactive compounds and in two of active active compounds there is a group of high- active compounds. As seen from (Fig. 5c), AP3 includes 7 atoms.
compounds and another group of compounds of moderate The probability of its realisation in inactive compounds is activity. The value of log 1/IC50 7, 22-6.81 serves as a equal to 0.86. Molecules become inactive ones H replaces boundary between the two groups.
methyl group in the R2 position to the D skeleton (see
molecules 46, 48, 54, 56, 58, 64, 68 in Table 1).
Neural Network Studies
A para-substituted phenyl decreases the inhibiting activity of the compounds with skeleton C (compare
15 pharmacophores and 15 anti-pharmacophores
compounds 16, 43, and also compounds 20, 60). Elongation
descriptors were used as parameters for the analysis with of the substituents attached to nitrogen atoms (compare ANNs. The performance of neural networks was evaluated by molecules 28, 31, 38 and 44) causes the increase of
LOO statistical coefficients calculated at early stopping point inhibitory activity. The lengths of the chains of groups for the training data set. The high cross-validation value q2 = attached to molecules 44, 38, 28, 31 grow respectively.
0.78±0.01 confirms the validity of the model for predicting Activity increases up to certain chain length (compounds 44,
activity of AChE inhibitors. At the second stage of analyses 38, 28) and then decreases with the further growth of the
we decided to examine, if all 30 descriptors attributes are chain length (27, 31). The same situation was observed in
relevant for the prediction of activity AChE inhibitors.
the series of molecules 68, 64, 46 and 54 (Skeleton D).
Application of pruning methods allowed to select only nine Fig. (7). Neural network leave-one-out cross validation log 1/IC50 results.
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