Molecular Weight(MW): 423.5
BDA-366 is a small-molecule Bcl2-BH4 domain antagonist and binds BH4 with high affinity and selectivity. It directly binds to Bcl2 with high binding affinity (Ki =3.3 ± 0.73 nM).
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|Description||BDA-366 is a small-molecule Bcl2-BH4 domain antagonist and binds BH4 with high affinity and selectivity. It directly binds to Bcl2 with high binding affinity (Ki =3.3 ± 0.73 nM).|
BDA-366 induces robust apoptosis in MM(Multiple myeloma) cell lines and primary MM cells by inducing BCL2 conformational change. BDA-366 induces a conformational change in the BCL2 molecule that converts it to a death protein, and inhibits lung cancer growth in vitro and in vivo. BDA-366 did not bind to other Bcl2 family members, including Bcl-XL, Mcl-1, or Bfl-1/A1, indicating the specificity of its Bcl2 binding. BDA-366 induces apoptotic cell death in a Bax-dependent manner and induces calcium (Ca2+) release via inhibition of Bcl2/IP3R interaction.
|In vivo||Delivery of BDA-366 substantially suppressed the growth of human MM xenografts in NOD-scid/IL2Rγ null mice, without significant cytotoxic effects on normal hematopoietic cells or body weight. Also, BDA-366 suppresses lung cancer growth via induction of apoptosis in animal models. The BH4 antagonist BDA-366 exhibits potent efficacy against human lung cancer in vivo without platelet reduction.|
|In vitro||DMSO||84 mg/mL (198.34 mM)|
|Ethanol||5 mg/mL (11.8 mM)|
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