Molecular Weight(MW): 409.48
GSK6853 is a selective benzimidazolone BRPF1 inhibitor with pIC50 of 8.1(TR-FRET) showing greater than 1600-fold selectivity over all other bromodomains tested.
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|Description||GSK6853 is a selective benzimidazolone BRPF1 inhibitor with pIC50 of 8.1(TR-FRET) showing greater than 1600-fold selectivity over all other bromodomains tested.|
Screening GSK6853 against a panel of 48 unrelated assays reveals only off-target activities that are relatively weak compared to the BRPF1 potency. However, to minimize the chance of off-target effects , the recommended concentration is no higher than 1 μM in cell-based assays.
|In vivo||In male CD1 mouse, following IV administration (1 mg/kg), GSK6853 demonstrates a high blood clearance of 107 mL/min/kg, a moderate volume of distribution (5.5 L/kg) and a moderate terminal half-life of 1.7 h. Oral administration (PO, 3 mg/kg) achieves a moderate systemic exposure, with a Cmax of 42 ng/mL and Tmax of 1.5 h, resulting in a bioavailability of 22%. The intraperitoneal route of administration (IP, 3 mg/kg) reaches a Cmax of 469 ng/mL and Tmax of 0.25 h, resulting in a bioavailability of 85%. The results indicate that the IP route of administration would be suitable for dosing this molecule in potential PKPD models.|
|In vitro||DMSO||81 mg/mL warmed (197.81 mM)|
|Ethanol||81 mg/mL warmed (197.81 mM)|
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