Catalog No.S7185 Synonyms: IDH-C35
Molecular Weight(MW): 462.56
AGI-5198 is the first highly potent and selective inhibitor of IDH1 R132H/R132C mutants with IC50 of 0.07 μM/0.16 μM.
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|Description||AGI-5198 is the first highly potent and selective inhibitor of IDH1 R132H/R132C mutants with IC50 of 0.07 μM/0.16 μM.|
AGI-5198, potently inhibits mutant IDH1 (R132H-IDH1 and R132C-IDH1), but not wildtype IDH1 (IC50 > 100 μM) or any of IDH2 isoforms (R140Q, R172K, wildtype) (IC50 > 100 μM). AGI-5198, has been shown to have anti-tumor efficacy in the TS603 glioma cell line and to block R-2HG production in a dose-dependent manner. Under conditions of near-complete R-2HG inhibition, AGI-5198 induced demethylation of histone H3K9me3 and expression of genes associated with gliogenic differentiation. Blockade of mIDH1 impaired the growth of IDH1-mutant—but not IDH1–wild-type—glioma cells without appreciable changes in genome-wide DNA methylation. 
|In vivo||In R132H-IDH1 glioma xenografts, AGI-5198 (450 mg/kg/day) causes 50-60% growth inhibition over a treatment period of three weeks with no affect in the growth of IDH1 wild-type glioma xenografts. Tumors from AGI-5198-treated mice shows reduced staining with an antibody against the Ki-67 protein. But cleaved caspase-3 shows no differences between tumors from vehicle and AGI-5198–treated mice. |
IDH enzyme activity:Compound is prepared as 10 mM stock in DMSO and diluted to 50X final concentration in DMSO, for a 50 μL reaction mixture. IDH enzyme activity converting alpha-ketogluta rate to 2-hydroxyglutarate is measured using a NADPH depletion assay. In the assay the remaining cofactor is measured at the end of the reaction with the addition of a catalytic excess of diaphorase and resazurin, to generate a fluorescent signal in proportion to the amount of NADPH remaining. IDH enzyme activity in the direction of isocitrate to alpha-ketoglutarate conversion is measured by direct coupling of the NADPH production to conversion of resazurin to resorufin by diaphorase. In both cases, resorufin is measured fluorometrically at Ex544 Em 590.
|In vitro||DMSO||24 mg/mL (51.88 mM)|
|Ethanol||14 mg/mL (30.26 mM)|
|Water||slightly soluble or insoluble|
|In vivo||Add solvents individually and in order:
0.5% methylcellulose+0.2% Tween 80
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