Molecular Weight(MW): 376.2
WHI-P154 is a potent JAK3 inhibitor with IC50 of 1.8 μM, no activity against JAK1 or JAK2, also inhibits EGFR, Src, Abl, VEGFR and MAPK, prevents Stat3, but not Stat5 phosphorylation.
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Reversal effect of WHI-P154 on the sensitivity of NCI-H460/MX20 cells to mitoxantrone. The figure showes the survival curves of cells at different concentrations of mitoxantrone with or without WHI-P154. Cell viability was determined by MTT Assay. NCI-H460 is lung cancer cell line while NCI-H460/MX20 is ABCG2 overexpressing drug (mitoxantrone) selected cell line.
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|Description||WHI-P154 is a potent JAK3 inhibitor with IC50 of 1.8 μM, no activity against JAK1 or JAK2, also inhibits EGFR, Src, Abl, VEGFR and MAPK, prevents Stat3, but not Stat5 phosphorylation.|
WHI-P154 is first described as a JAK3 inhibitor that displays no activity at JAK1 or JAK2. WHI-P154 inhibits STAT1 activation, iNOS expression and NO production in macrophages in vitro. But it is proved that WHI-P154 also inhibits other common kinases including EGFR, Src, Abl, VEGFR, MAPK and PI3-K and induces apoptosis in human glioblastoma cell lines.  WHI-P154 inhibits glioblastoma cell adhesion and migration in the context of ECM. WHI-P154 exhibits significant cytotoxicity against U373 and U87 human glioblastoma cell lines, causing apoptotic cell death at micromolar concentrations. The in vitro antiglioblastoma activity of WHI-P154 is amplified > 200-fold and rendered selective by conjugation to recombinant human epidermal growth factor (EGF). In vitro treatment with EGF-P154 results killing of glioblastoma cells at nanomolar concentrations with an IC50 of 813 nM, whereas no cytotoxicity against EGF-R-negative leukemia cellsis observed, even at concentrations as high as 100 mM.
|In vivo||The in vivo administration of EGF-P154 results in delayed tumor progression and improved tumor-free survival in a severe combined immunodeficient mouse glioblastoma xenograft model. Whereas none of the control mice remain alive tumor-free beyond 33 days (median tumor-free survival, 19 days) and all control mice have tumors that rapidly progress to reach an average size of > 500 mm3 by 58 days, 40% of mice treated for 10 consecutive days with 1 mg/kg/day EGF-P154 remain alive and free of detectable tumors for more than 58 days with a median tumor-free survival of 40 days. The tumors developing in the remaining 60% of the mice never reache a size > 50 mm3.|
Kinase assays:WHI-P154 is tested in kinase assays. The panel of kinases is selected to broadly cover the kinome, providing a good approximation of specificity. For all kinases, recombinant rat (IKKβ) or human (all others), full-length or GST-kinase domain fusion proteins, are used. WHI-P154 is inactive (concentration that inhibits response by 50% [IC50] > 30 μM) for the following kinases: AKT, AuroraA, cdk2, cdk6, CHK1, FGFR1, GSK3b, IKKb, IKKi, INSR, MAPK1, MAPKAP-K2, MASK, MET, PAK4, PDK1, PKCb, ROCK1, TaoK3, TrkA.
|In vitro||DMSO||75 mg/mL (199.36 mM)|
|In vivo||30% propylene glycol, 5% Tween 80, 65% D5W||30 mg/mL|
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