Molecular Weight(MW): 69
Sodium nitrite is a myeloperoxidase inhibitor with IC50 of 1.3 μM.
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|Description||Sodium nitrite is a myeloperoxidase inhibitor with IC50 of 1.3 μM.|
Sodium nitrite is well known for its role in inhibiting the growth of Clostridium botulinum by inhibiting iron-sulfur clusters essential to energy metabolism. Sodium nitrite slows chlorination by univalently reducing myeloperoxidase to an inactive form and as a consequence is oxidized to nitrogen dioxide. Myeloperoxidase oxidizes free tyrosine to tyrosyl radicals that exchange with tyrosyl residues in peptides. These peptide radicals then couple with nitrogen dioxide to form 3-nitrotyrosyl residues. With neutrophils, myeloperoxidase-dependent nitration required a high concentration of nitrite (1 mM), is doubled by tyrosine, and increases 4-fold by superoxide dismutase. Superoxide is likely to inhibit nitration by reacting with nitrogen dioxide and/or tyrosyl radicals.  Sodium nitrite results in intoxication of white mice with decrease of red cell superoxide dismutase (SOD) and catalase activity. The total activity of glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase and dehydrogenase of 6-phosphogluconate as well as the activity of glutathione reductase are higher in the group of mice that receive sodium nitrite in comparison with the control group. 
|In vivo||Peak plasma levels of nitrite are achieved in both sexes approximately 30 min after oral exposure. The model predicts that 10% of the hemoglobin is oxidized to the ferric form after oral doses of 15.9 mg/kg in male rats and 11.0 mg/kg in female rats and after intravenous doses of 8.9 and 7.1 mg/kg in male and female rats, respectively. The t1/2 for recovery from methemoglobinemia is 60 to 120 min depending on dose and route of administration. Replacement of the Vmax of methemoglobin reductase with a value representative of humans predicted a 10% methemoglobinemia following an intravenous dose of 5.8 mg/kg, in close agreement with an observed value of 5.7 mg/kg for humans. |
H2O2 uptake assay:Reactions are started by adding 10 nM myeloperoxidase to 30 μM H 2 O 2 and varying concentrations of nitrite, in 100 mM phosphate buffer, pH 7.4, containing 20 μM DTPA. Steady state rates of H 2 O 2 loss at 21°C are calculated over the first minute. Data are means and ranges of at least duplicate experiments.
|In vitro||DMSO||13 mg/mL warmed (188.4 mM)|
|Water||13 mg/mL warmed (188.4 mM)|
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Clinical Trial Information
|NCT Number||Recruitment||Conditions||Sponsor/Collaborators||Start Date||Phases|
|NCT02517697||Not yet recruiting||Metabolic Syndrome|Hypertension||Gladwin Mark MD|University of Pittsburgh||March 2019||Phase 2|
|NCT03331146||Withdrawn||Acute Kidney Injury||University of Alabama at Birmingham||October 1 2018||Phase 3|
|NCT03452917||Recruiting||Out-Of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest||University of Washington|National Heart Lung and Blood Institute (NHLBI)||February 8 2018||Phase 2|Phase 3|
|NCT03015402||Recruiting||Pulmonary Hypertension Secondary|Heart Failure||Gladwin Mark MD|National Heart Lung and Blood Institute (NHLBI)|University of Pittsburgh||October 30 2017||Phase 2|
|NCT02863068||Recruiting||Sickle Cell Disease||Montefiore Medical Center|Food and Drug Administration (FDA)||July 1 2017||Phase 2|
|NCT02918552||Recruiting||Heart Failure||Gladwin Mark MD|National Institute on Aging (NIA)|University of Pittsburgh||April 3 2017||Phase 2|
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