Mithridion Inc. | Date: 2013-03-08
The invention relates generally to muscarinic agonists, which are useful for stimulating muscarine receptors, and treating cognitive disorders. Included among the muscarinic agonists disclosed herein are oxadiazole derivatives, compositions, and preparations thereof. Methods of synthesizing oxadiazole compounds also are provided. This disclosure also relates in part to compositions for enhancing cognitive function in subjects such as humans, the compositions comprising a muscarinic agonist or a pharmaceutically suitable form thereof. This disclosure relates in part to methods of treating animals such as humans by administering such compositions.
Mithridion Inc. | Date: 2010-03-05
Muscarinic agonists, which are useful for stimulating muscarinic receptors and treating cognitive disorders, are provided. Methods of synthesizing such agonists also are provided. Also provided are compositions for enhancing cognitive function in subjects such as humans, the compositions comprising a muscarinic agonist or a pharmaceutically suitable form thereof. Also provided are methods of treating animals such as humans by administering such compositions.
Copp R.R.,Mithridion Inc. |
Abraham B.D.,Mithridion Inc. |
Farnham J.G.,Mithridion Inc. |
Twose T.M.,Mithridion Inc.
Organic Process Research and Development | Year: 2011
An efficient process for the M1-selective muscarinic agonist MCD-386 has been developed that offers significant advantages over the original synthetic approach. The new process utilizes an improved preparation of a known symmetrical diamine ester, followed by elaboration to a symmetrical 5-substituted tetrahydropyrimidine. The new route avoids cryogenics and chromatography steps, circumvents an expensive protecting group strategy, and offers significant improvements in cost and throughput. © 2011 American Chemical Society. Source