Catalog No.S2678 Synonyms: XI-006
Molecular Weight(MW): 279.25
NSC 207895 suppresses MDMX with IC50 of 2.5 μM, leading to enhanced p53 stabilization/activation and DNA damage, and also regulates MDM2, an E3 ligase.
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Median overall survival of mice (n = 5 mice in vehicle and PYR-41; n = 4 mice in NSC group) inoculated with IOWA-1T xenografts were increased to 43 ± 0.5 and 39 ± 2 days with PYR-41 (PYR) and NSC-207895 (NSC), respectively, compared with a vehicle-treated control group 33 ± 1 days (*p < 0.05).
Stem Cell Reports, 2016, 7:1140-1151.. NSC 207895 purchased from Selleck.
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|Description||NSC 207895 suppresses MDMX with IC50 of 2.5 μM, leading to enhanced p53 stabilization/activation and DNA damage, and also regulates MDM2, an E3 ligase.|
NSC-207895 decreases both the MDMX mRNA and protein in MCF-7 cells. NSC-207895 induces expression of p53 as well as well-characterized p53-target gene, p21 and MDM2, in a dose-dependent manner in MCF-7 cells. NSC-207895 extends the half-life of p53 from 20 to 30 minutes to more than 3 hours as revealed by cycloheximide chase assays in MCF-7 cells. NSC-207895 also activates p53 and induces p21 and MDM2 expression in LNCaP prostate and A549 lung cancer cells. NSC-207895 increases the mRNA levels of proapoptotic genes including PUMA, BAX, and PIG3 in a dose-dependent manner in MCF-7 cells. NSC-207895 results in a significant increase in the numbers of sub-G0/G1 cells as well as G2 arrest. NSC-207895 also results in more than 40% of cells dying via apoptosis and decreases cell viability in A549 and LNCaP cells.  NSC-207895 inhibits biosynthesis of nucleic acids and proteins in L1210 cells.  NSC-207895 interacts with DNA repair to activate the DNA damage repair pathway in three species (S. cerevisiae, S. pombe and H. sapiens).  NSC-207895 acts as cytotoxic agent in the G/R-luc astrocytoma cell line with GI50 of 117 nM. 
|In vitro||DMSO||0.4 mg/mL (1.43 mM)|
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