A novel synthetic approach to hydroimidazo[1,5-b]pyridazines by the recyclization of itaconimides and HPLC–HRMS monitoring of the reaction pathway

  1. Dmitry Yu. Vandyshev1ORCID Logo,
  2. Khidmet S. Shikhaliev1ORCID Logo,
  3. Andrey Yu. Potapov1ORCID Logo,
  4. Michael Yu. Krysin1ORCID Logo,
  5. Fedor I. Zubkov2ORCID Logo and
  6. Lyudmila V. Sapronova2ORCID Logo

1Faculty of Chemistry, Voronezh State University, Universitetskaya sq., 1, Voronezh 394018, Russian Federation
2Faculty of Physics and Mathematics and Natural Sciences, RUDN University, Miklukho-Maklaya St., 6, Moscow 117198, Russian Federation

  1. Corresponding author email

Associate Editor: I. R. Baxendale
Beilstein J. Org. Chem. 2017, 13, 2561–2568. doi:10.3762/bjoc.13.252
Received 04 Sep 2017, Accepted 14 Nov 2017, Published 30 Nov 2017


The novel cascade two-stage reaction between itaconimides and 1,2-diamino-4-phenylimidazole proceeds regio- and chemoselectively to form tetrahydroimidazo[1,5-b]pyridazines and includes nucleophilic C-addition by the activated C=C double bond and subsequent intramolecular recyclization of the intermediate with the amino group involved.

Keywords: cascade reaction; diaminoimidazoles; HPLC–HRESIMS; imidazo[1,5-b]pyridazines; itaconimides


Among the numerous bicyclic fused imidazole derivatives, there is great interest in imidazo[1,5-annelated]diazines due to their diverse pharmacological actions and bioisosterism with imidazo[4,5-d]pyrimidines (purines). The presence of a bridgehead nitrogen atom is a common structural motif of these heterocyclic systems. For example, compounds with the imidazo[1,5-a]pyrazine structure show inhibitory activity against kinases BTK [1], MEK [2], ACK1 [3], mTORC1(2) [4], c-Src [5], growth factor IGF-1R [6] and act as the antagonists of Hedgehog pathway dependent malignancies [7]. Imidazo[1,5-a]pyrimidines are inhibitors of the bone morphogenic protein [8], antitumor agents [9], and are stimulators of guanylate cyclase [10], whereas imidazo[1,5-c]pyrimidines demonstrate anti-infectious effects in the treatment of brucellosis [11], etc. However, the chemistry, medicinal chemistry and pharmacology of imidazo[1,5-b]pyridazines, with the imidazole ring connected through the N1–C5 bond of the latter, have been studied to a lesser extent. So, for imidazo[1,5-b]pyridazines, inhibitory activity was found against the viruses of human immunodeficiency HIV-1 [12], influenza [13], and hepatitis C [14]. They also act as stimulators of guanylate cyclase [10], inhibitors of phosphodiesterase 10A [15], protease-activated receptor 1 [16], PIM-1/2 kinase [17], antagonists of the corticotropin releasing factor [18,19], vanilloid-1 receptor [20], and modulators for ligand binding to GABAA receptor [21]. As pyridazines are considered as privileged structures in drug design [22], we decided to search for new reagents for the synthesis of their imidazo[1,5-b]-annelated analogues.

There are two general approaches to the construction of an imidazo[1,5-b]pyridazine scaffold: the annulation of the imidazole ring to the b-bond of the pyridazine (route A, Scheme 1) and the heterocyclization of 1-aminoimidazoles to build the pyridazine core (route B, Scheme 2 and Scheme 3).


Scheme 1: Intramolecular cyclization of 3-(aminomethyl)pyridazines and related compounds (route A). Conditions: i) R2COCl/Et3N [12], R2COOH/DCC [13,23], (R2CO)2O/Et3N [19]; ii) synthetic equivalent of C1-electrophile: R2COOH/T3P® [15], BrCN (R2 = NH2) [16], ArNCS/DCC (R2 = NHAr) [20].


Scheme 2: Heterocyclization of 1-aminoimidazoles with 1,3-dicarbonyl or α,β-unsaturated carbonyl compounds (route B). Conditions: i) R1 = NH2, NHAlk, R2 = Ph, R3,4 = Alk, Ar, solvent-free [24], AcOH [25,26], R3 = Ph, R4 = OEt, solvent-free [24]; ii) R1 = NH2, R2 = Ph, R3 = H, Me, R4 = Ar, ArCHO/MeOH/DMF [29] or R4 = H, HC(OEt)3/iPrOH [30]; iii) R1 = NH2, R2 = Ar, R3,4 = Alk, Ar, MeOH/N-methylmorpholine or DMF or AcOH [27,28], R3 = Ar, R4 = COOH, DMF [31], R3 = Ar, R4 = NMe2, AcOH/DMF [32].


Scheme 3: Heterocyclization of 1-aminoimidazoles with structural transformation of dielectrophilic reagents (route B). Conditions: i) R1 = NH2, SH, R2 = H, Me, MeO, F, Me3SiCl/DMF [33]; ii) R1 = NH2, MeOH/DMF [34]; iii) R1 = NH2, AcOH/iPrOH [35].

Following route A (Scheme 1), the aminomethylpyridazine derivatives are either pre-acylated and subsequently cyclized with phosphorus oxychloride [12,13,19,23], or the formation of imidazo[1,5-b]pyridazines occurs as a result of their direct heterocyclization involving various single-carbon electrophilic reagents [15,16,20]. A similar one-pot aza-Staudinger reaction of 3-(azidomethyl)pyridazines with isothiocyanates in the presence of PMe3 also results in imidazopyridazines [17].

In the synthesis of imidazo[1,5-b]pyridazines along route B, 1-aminoimidazoles with no substituents at the C-5 atom of the original heterocycle and 1,3-dielectrophilic reagents are used, e.g., 1,3-diketones [24-26], β-ketoesters [24], α,β-unsaturated ketones [27,28], including those obtained in situ [29,30] or containing good leaving groups [31,32] (Scheme 2).

In the reactions of 1-aminoimidazoles with cyclic 1,3-dielectrophilic reagents (3-formylchromones [33], Meldrum’s acid derivatives [34], and N-arylmaleimides [35]), transformation of the structure of the latter ones is often observed (Scheme 3).

Among these methods the heterocyclization (method B) of 1-aminoimidazoles seems more attractive due to their better accessibility when compared to the corresponding pyridazines required in route A. Further, by careful selection of the reactants functional diversification of the target imidazopyridazines over virtually any carbon atom of the heterocyclic system is achievable in addition to hydrogenated imidazo[1,5-b]pyridazines [34,35].

Itaconimides, in contrast to itaconic acid, its esters, monoamides or anhydride [36,37], scarcely have been studied in the synthesis of heterocyclic compounds. The presence of the exocyclic activated C=C double bond allows itaconimides to react with heteroaromatic dinucleophiles as dielectrophilic reagents with the possibility of recyclization. Recently, our group reported the first example of this recyclization with N-arylitaconimides 1 and 1,2-diaminobenzimidazole (2) as 1,3-N,N-dinucleophile, leading to tetrahydropyrimido[1,2-a]benzimidazoles 3 (Scheme 4) [38].


Scheme 4: Recyclization of N-arylitaconimides 1 with 1,2-diaminobenzimidazole (2).

In continuation of our studies on the synthesis of azolo-annelated heterocycles we herein report the results of our investigations on the reactions between N-arylitaconimides and 1,2-diamino-4-phenylimidazole as a heterocyclic C,N/N,N polynucleophile.

Results and Discussion

Our earlier studies and literature information have shown that acetic acid significantly accelerates the reactions of 1,2-diaminoimidazole with 1,3-dielectrophilic reagents. Therefore, the heterocyclization of N-arylitaconimides 1ag and diaminoimidazole 4 was carried out in refluxing iPrOH in the presence of catalytic amounts of AcOH. In all reactions only one compound was isolated in good yields (Table 1). Attempts to replace the alcoholic solvent with dioxane or DMF resulted in decreased yields of the target products.

Table 1: Yields of the interaction products 9 of N-arylitaconimides 1ag and diaminoimidazole 4.

entry itaconimide Ar product yield (%)
1 1a 4-MeC6H4 9a 62
2 1b 4-EtC6H4 9b 60
3 1c 3-ClC6H4 9c 70
4 1d 4-ClC6H4 9d 72
5 1e 3,4-Me2C6H3 9e 65
6 1f 3,5-Me2C6H3 9f 67
7 1g 3,4-Cl2C6H3 9g 66

The problem of chemoselectivity and regioselectivity of the reactions under study is associated with the polynucleophilicity of 1,2-diamino-4-phenylimidazole (4), whose structure contains several dinucleophilic centers, namely: 1,3-C,N (C5-N1-NH2), 1,3-N,N (HN3-C2=NH in the other tautomeric form 4-I), 1,4-N,N (NH2-N1-C2-NH2) as well as with the polyelectrophilicity of itaconimides 1 due to the presence of three electrophilic C atoms: the terminal atom of the exocyclic activated multiple bond and two atoms of the imide group. Due to this, at the first step of the reaction between diaminoimidazole and itaconimides, four primary adducts 58 could result (Scheme 5) based on the well-known fact that the heterocyclization reactions of α,β-unsaturated carbonyl compounds with dinucleophilic reagents typically begin with addition like Michael’s reaction, including heterocyclic dinucleophiles [39-42]. Mechanistically, further intramolecular recyclization of the succinimide fragments in intermediates 58 could proceed by any of the two imide C atoms (Scheme 5).


Scheme 5: Possible synthetic routes of the interaction of itaconimides 1 with diaminoimidazole 4.

Thus, for products 5 of the reaction of diaminoimidazole 4 as a 1,3-C,N-dinucleophile in the routes A and B, imidazo[1,5-b]pyridazines 9 and imidazo[1,5-b][1,2]diazepines 10, respectively, can be obtained. As a result of the initial addition of diaminoimidazole 4 as a 1,4-N,N-dinucleophile, intermediates 6 and 7 could be formed, whose heterocyclization with a second amino group could lead to imidazotriazepines 11 and 13 or imidazotriazocines 12 and 14. The capability of diaminoimidazoles in their tautomeric form 4-I to react as 1,3-N,N-dinucleophiles [38] determines the possible formation of adducts 8, whose recyclization could give imidazopyrimidines 15 or imidazodiazepines 16. The amine–imine tautomeric equilibrium is characteristic of aminoazole systems containing an amino group at the second position of the cycle [43]. The heterocyclization of intermediate 6 involving the C5 atom of the imidazole is improbable (not shown in the Scheme 5).

The key criterion for the choice of the structure of the compounds obtained is the presence of the signals of four protons associated with nitrogen atoms in their 1H NMR spectra: the broad singlet of the NH2 group in the region of 5.6–5.7 ppm and those of the two amide NH groups in the region of 10.0–11.5 ppm. This set of signals unambiguously excludes the possible structures of both intermediates 68 and their recyclization products 1116, as these molecules contain only three hydrogen atoms in their nitrogen-containing functional groups.

The final choice in favor of the formation of imidazopyridazines 9ag is based on the correlations found in the 1H,13C-HMBC NMR spectrum of compound 9d (Scheme 6). To confirm the presence of the last six-membered pyridazine ring in the structure and, accordingly, the exocyclic acetanilide residue, it is first of all necessary to make a strict assignment of the carbonyl carbon atom signals at around 170 ppm.


Scheme 6: 1H,13C-HMBC correlations: the most significant correlations for imidazopyridazine 9d and possible for imidazodiazepine 10d.

In the 1H NMR spectra of imidazopyridazines 9ag, there are two N–H singlets: a narrow one at 10.19 ppm and a broadened at 11.35 ppm. The type of signals allows making an assumption that the latter refers to a cyclic lactam fragment whose hydrogen atoms are sufficiently mobile. However, only for the narrow singlet there are cross peaks with a carbonyl C atom at 169.58 ppm and the carbon atom of the benzene ring (120.55 ppm) in the 1H,13C-HMBC spectrum. For the last aromatic carbon atom, there is also a correlation with the proton of the ring (7.59 ppm). Therefore, the above mentioned C-carbonyl is highly likely to belong to the amide group. Moreover, for this atom there are also two correlations with one of the diastereotopic protons of the exocyclic methylene group, whose signal (~2.60 ppm) overlaps with the residual proton signals of DMSO-d6, and with the proton of the methine group (2.89 ppm), which is partially overlapped by the signal of water present in the solvent. As no cross-peaks with protons of another methylene group are observed due to a significant number of bonds between them, the acetanilide moiety must be in the exo-position to the pyridazine ring. One of the remaining protons (3.32 ppm) correlates with the carbonyl C atom (170.23 ppm) of the lactam fragment. In the alternative structure of imidazodiazepine 10d, the amide carbon atom would correlate with the protons of both methylene as well as methine groups (Scheme 6).

A possible confirmation of the formation of imidazopyridazine 9d would be the correlation between protons of the exo- and endocyclic methylene groups in the NOESY experiment. However, the corresponding cross peaks were not detected, due to the spatial remoteness of these hydrogen atoms.

The registration of the 1H NMR spectrum of imidazopyridazine 9d in the presence of trace amounts of CF3COOH allowed for a better assignment of the aliphatic protons due to a change in the position and intensity of signals of those protons associated with heteroatoms capable of protonation. This also included protons of water present in the DMSO-d6. Thus, doublets of doublets were observed for the diastereotopic protons of the exocyclic methylene group at 2.64 ppm (2J = 15.9 Hz, 3J = 6.7 Hz) and 2.87 ppm (2J = 15.9 Hz, 3J = 5.9 Hz) in addition the protons of the endocyclic methylene group at 3.09 ppm (2J = 15.6 Hz, 3J = 10.6 Hz) and 3.32 ppm. (2J = 15.6 Hz, 3J = 5.5 Hz). The signal of the methine proton was a multiplet (3.17–3.25 ppm). The addition of trifluoroacetic acid did not have a significant effect on the position of the signals of these protons.

Thus, the reaction of itaconimides 1 with diaminoimidazole 4 is a regioselective and chemoselective cascade process involving an initial C-addition of diaminoimidazole as a 1,3-C,N-dinucleophile to the activated C=C double bond to form intermediate 5 followed by recyclization involving the N1-amino group which leads to the formation of imidazo[1,5-b]pyridazines 9.

Monitoring of the liquid phase composition of the reaction mixture by HPLC–HRMS showed that during the reaction of itaconimide 1d with diaminoimidazole 4, four compounds result with the integer mass of the protonated molecular ion (m/z 396 [M + H]+), which corresponds to the possible products of the reagent interaction (Table 2).

Table 2: Results of HPLC–HRESIMS monitoring of the reaction mixture composition in the synthesis of imidazopyridazine 9d.

entry compound [M + H]+ calcd m/z [M + H]+ found m/z tRa, min composition of the reaction mixture, %
(time after reaction start)
          10 min 11 min 16 min 30 min 60 min
1 1d 222.0317 222.0314 5.6 0.7 0.4
2 4 175.0979 175.0977 1.5 81.2 83.3 81.2 77.6 79.9
3 58db 396.1223 396.1225 3.6 2.0 1.9 1.7 2.1 2.2
4 58db 396.1223 396.1225 3.8 5.3 5.1 7.8 10.5 11.2
5 9dc 396.1223 396.1224 4.2 10.8 8.8 8.6 7.4 3.5
6 10dd 396.1223 396.1224 5.3 0.5 0.7 2.4 3.2

aRetention time (tR), average value; bone of possible intermediates 58d; cfor isolated compound 9d, the retention time is 4.13 min; dimidazodiazepine 10d or one of the possible products of recyclization of intermediates 68d.

However, it is still impossible to give a full assessment of the probable routes of the cascade recyclization process, because ions of the protonable substances are only fixed in the given ESI–MS conditions, and precipitation of the product is observed as the reaction proceeds. The latter causes a decreased content of the imidazopyridazine 9d in the liquid phase is observed, whose peak is identified by the retention time (4.13 min) determined for the pure substance. The long retention time (5.6 min) and the insignificant content (less than 1%) of the initial itaconimide 1d found under ESI conditions in the reaction mixture are due to its extremely low proton affinity. Allowing for the formal structural similarity of intermediates 58d, we assume that one of the chromatographic peaks with the retention time of 3.6 or 3.8 min corresponds to the intermediate diaminoimidazole 5d, and the second one corresponds to one of succinimides 68d. The accumulation of the compound exhibiting a retention time of 5.3 min occurs about 30 min after the beginning of the reaction. In our opinion, this minor product is either imidazodiazepine 10d or one of the possible products 1116d of recyclization of intermediates 68d due to their more complex structure compared with the structure of the latter ones, and, correspondingly, the lower chromatographic mobility. However, the formation of heterocyclic systems including 7- and 8-membered rings is unlikely, because of the spatial remoteness of the corresponding reaction centers in the recyclization process. Nevertheless, the results of the HPLC–HRESIMS monitoring of the reaction confirm its selectivity.


In summary, a new regioselective and chemoselective cascade reaction of N-arylitaconimides with 1,2-diamino-4-phenylimidazole as 1,3-C,N-dinucleophile was developed to synthesize tetrahydroimidazo[1,5-b]pyridazines. The process includes the steps of Michael’s initial C-addition of diaminoimidazole to the activated multiple bond of the imide followed by recyclization of the primary adducts. The availability of the reagents needed, the simplicity of the synthetic procedures, and the possibility of further functionalization of the hydrogenated heterocyclic scaffold imidazo[1,5-b]pyridazine are the major advantages of the developed reaction.

Supporting Information

Supporting Information File 1: Experimental procedures, characterization data, copies of 1H, 13C spectra of the products and results of HPLC–HRESIMS monitoring of the reaction mixture composition.
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This work was supported by the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation (Agreement number 02.a03.21.0008).


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