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Relevance of Oxocyclam from Palladium(II) Coordination to Radiopharmaceutical Development

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We provide a comprehensive study of the coordination of oxocyclam with palladium(II), including presentation of a novel bifunctional analogue, p-H2N-Bn-oxocyclam, bearing an aniline pendant. The complexation of palladium(II) with oxocyclam was examined by various techniques, including NMR analysis and potentiometric titrations which revealed that the Pd(II) complex can adopt different configurations such as trans-I and trans-III. In addition, oxocyclam forms a thermodynamically stable palladium(II) complex, the stabilization being attributed to the deprotonation of the amide function. The crystal structures of [Pd(H–1oxocyclam)]+ and [Pd(oxocyclam)]2+ were obtained, revealing the structural details previously anticipated, including, in the second case, the presence of the proton on the carbonyl oxygen atom. Additionally, the study explored the redox behavior of the Pd(II)-oxocyclam complex through reduction and oxidation voltammograms at different pH values. Successful 109Pd-labeling of oxocyclam and p-H2N-Bn-oxocyclam at pH 3.5 demonstrated high labeling efficiencies, whatever the species formed. The stability of the radiocomplexes was assessed and moderate transchelation toward EDTA was observed. Overall, oxocyclam displayed favorable properties for Pd(II) coordination and radiolabeling, suggesting its potential as a chelating agent for this metal in palladium-based applications.
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hal-04613088 , version 1 (15-06-2024)

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Maher Hojorat, Julie Pineau, Cathryn Driver, David Esteban-Gómez, Marie Cordier, et al.. Relevance of Oxocyclam from Palladium(II) Coordination to Radiopharmaceutical Development. Inorganic Chemistry, 2024, 63 (25), pp.11884-11896. ⟨10.1021/acs.inorgchem.4c01780⟩. ⟨hal-04613088⟩
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