Licensed by Pfizer Catalog No.S2743 Synonyms: PF4691502
Molecular Weight(MW): 425.48
PF-04691502 is an ATP-competitive PI3K(α/β/δ/γ)/mTOR dual inhibitor with Ki of 1.8 nM/2.1 nM/1.6 nM/1.9 nM and 16 nM in cell-free assays, little activity against either Vps34, AKT, PDK1, p70S6K, MEK, ERK, p38, or JNK. Phase 2.
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BMDMs from WT animals were treated with different concentrations of PI3K inhibitors (500 nmol/L PF4691502, PI-103, BKM120 and 25 μmol/L SF1126) followed by hypoxia for 4 hours for Western blots. These macrophages were either used for lysate preparation (nuclear extracts for HIFα or WCE for pAKT and AKT) and Western blot analysis.
Mol Cancer Res 2014 12(10), 1520-31. PF-04691502 purchased from Selleck.
Western blotting analysis demonstrating p-Akt and PTEN levels in hepatoma cells. Cells were treated with the increasing concentrations of PF-04691502 for 24 h. The expression of Akt, p-Akt, and PTEN protein were assessed by western blotting analysis in HepG2 cells and Bel7402 cells. β-Actin was used as an internal standard.
Toxicol Lett 2013 220(2), 150-6. PF-04691502 purchased from Selleck.
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|Description||PF-04691502 is an ATP-competitive PI3K(α/β/δ/γ)/mTOR dual inhibitor with Ki of 1.8 nM/2.1 nM/1.6 nM/1.9 nM and 16 nM in cell-free assays, little activity against either Vps34, AKT, PDK1, p70S6K, MEK, ERK, p38, or JNK. Phase 2.|
PF-04691502 potently inhibits recombinant class I PI3K and mTOR in biochemical assays and suppresses transformation of avian fibroblasts mediated by wild-type PI3K γ, δ, or mutant PI3Kα. In PIK3CA-mutant and PTEN-deleted cancer cell lines, PF-04691502 reduces phosphorylation of AKT T308 and AKT S473 (IC(50) of 7.5-47 nM and 3.8-20 nM, respectively) and inhibits cell proliferation (IC(50) of 179-313 nM). PF-04691502 inhibits mTORC1 activity in cells as measured by PI3K-independent nutrient stimulated assay, with an IC(50) of 32 nM and inhibits the activation of PI3K and mTOR downstream effectors including AKT, FKHRL1, PRAS40, p70S6K, 4EBP1, and S6RP. Short-term exposure to PF-04691502 predominantly inhibits PI3K, whereas mTOR inhibition persists for 24 to 48 hours. PF-04691502 induces cell cycle G(1) arrest, concomitant with upregulation of p27 Kip1 and reduction of Rb. 
|In vivo||Antitumor activity of PF-04691502 is observed in U87 (PTEN null), SKOV3 (PIK3CA mutation), and gefitinib- and erlotinib-resistant non-small cell lung carcinoma xenografts.  PF-04691502 inhibits tumor growth at 7 days by 72%. FDG-PET imaging revealed that PF-04691502 reduces glucose metabolism dramatically. Tissue biomarkers of PI3K/mTOR pathway activity, p-AKT (S473), and p-RPS6 (S240/244), are also dramatically inhibited following PF-04691502 treatment. |
Kinase Assay:The fluorescence polarization assay for ATP competitive inhibition is done as follows: mPI3Kα dilution solution (90 nM) is prepared in fresh assay buffer (50 mM Hepes pH 7.4, 150 mM NaCl, 5 mM DTT, 0.05% CHAPS) and kept on ice. The enzyme reaction contains 0.5 nM mouse PI3Kα (p110α/p85α complex purified from insect cells), 30 μM PIP2, PF-04691502 (0, 1, 4, and 8 nM), 5 mM MgCl2, and 2-fold serial dilutions of ATP (0–800 μM). Final dimethyl sulfoxide is 2.5%. The reaction is initiated by the addition of ATP and terminated after 30 minutes with 10 mM EDTA. In a detection plate, 15 uL of detector/probe mixture containing 480 nM GST-Grp1PH domain and 12 nM TAMRA tagged fluorescent PIP3 in assay buffer is mixed with 15 uL of kinase reaction mixture. The plate is shaken for 3 minutes, and incubated for 35 to 40 minutes before reading on an LJL Analyst HT.
|In vitro||DMSO||14 mg/mL (32.9 mM)|
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Clinical Trial Information
|NCT Number||Recruitment||Conditions||Sponsor/Collaborators||Start Date||Phases|
|NCT01658176||Withdrawn||Breast Neoplasms||Pfizer||January 2013||Phase 2|
|NCT01430585||Terminated||Early Breast Cancer (Phase 2)|Advanced Breast Cancer (Phase 1b)||Pfizer||March 2012||Phase 2|
|NCT00927823||Completed||Cancer||Pfizer||December 2009||Phase 1|
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