Molecular Weight(MW): 307.34
SF1670 is a highly potent and specific PTEN inhibitor with IC50 of 2 μM.
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|Description||SF1670 is a highly potent and specific PTEN inhibitor with IC50 of 2 μM.|
SF1670 shows potent cytotoxicity in HBEC, PC-3, H1299 cells with IC50 of 5 μM, 10 μM, 44 μM, respectively. In a mouse aortic ring matrigel angiogenesis model, SF1670 stimulates the angiogenic processes.  SF1670 augments chemoattractant-elicited PtdIns(3,4,5)P3 signaling in neutrophils and enhances neutrophil functions. 
|In vivo||Pretreatment of SF1670 (500 nM i.v.) augments bacteria-killing capability in neutropenic mice in both peritonitis and bacterial pneumonia, and decreases the mortality of neutropenia-related pneumonia. |
PTEN Inhibition Assay:To determine the dose response of potential PTEN inhibitors, doses of test compounds ranging from 1 nM to 250 uM (final reaction mix concentrations) are evaluated in the general PTEN inhibition assay. To obtain performed IC50 data, two separate rounds of the dose response assay are performed. In the first round, PTEN activity is tested in the presence of inhibitor at 10 fold serial dilutions ranging from 1 nM to 250 uM. Once the concentration range is determined, at which PTEN activity changes dramatically, two additional concentration data points within this range are added and the PTEN inhibition assay is then rerun for the second round. The PTEN inhibition IC50 is presented as the inhibitor concentration at which 50% of the PTEN activity. When the assay was run on multiple occasions and gave slightly different IC50 then those are reported as a range of IC50 found.
|In vitro||DMSO||29 mg/mL (94.35 mM) warming|
|Ethanol||1 mg/mL warmed (3.25 mM)|
* 1 mg/ml means slightly soluble or insoluble.
* Please note that Selleck tests the solubility of all compounds in-house, and the actual solubility may differ slightly from published values. This is normal and is due to slight batch-to-batch variations.
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