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Design, Synthesis, and Activity Evaluation of Novel Benzazole Bifunctional Antifungal Inhibitors with an LDH Carrier.

Fungal infections maintain a close relation with the body's immune function. In this study, three series of benzazole compounds were designed as dual-target (PD-L1/CYP51) inhibitors using the skeleton splicing approach; their molecular structures were synthesized and evaluated accordingly. Among them, the compounds 9a-2 , 12a-2 , and 12b-1 exhibited potent antifungal activity and dual-target inhibition ability. Especially, the compound 12a-2 simultaneously exerted excellent bifunctional effects of fungal inhibition and immune activation. Moreover, a layered double hydroxide (LDH) carrier was also successfully constructed based on an infection microenvironment to improve the bioavailability and the targeting of compound 12a-2 . This significantly accelerated the recovery process of deep and shallow fungal infections. In conclusion, this study expanded the development horizon of antifungal drugs and provided a novel drug delivery route for treating fungal infections.

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