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Natural history of Waldenström macroglobulinemia following acquired resistance to ibrutinib monotherapy

216 views | Jun 27 2021

Joshua N Gustine et al. revealed that continuation of ibrutinib until subsequent treatment was associated with improved disease control and clinical outcomes. [Read the Full Post]

Lasofoxifene as a potential treatment for therapy-resistant ER-positive metastatic breast cancer

115 views | May 14 2021

Muriel Lainé et al. reported for the first time the anti-tumor activity of lasofoxifene in mouse models of endocrine therapy-resistant breast cancer. [Read the Full Post]

Ibrutinib combinations in CLL therapy: scientific rationale and clinical results

92 views | May 01 2021

Natalia Timofeeva et al. found a new standard of care for CLL is expected to emerge from these investigations. [Read the Full Post]

Bleeding by Bruton Tyrosine Kinase-Inhibitors: Dependency on Drug Type and Disease

86 views | Apr 30 2021

Philipp von Hundelshausen et al. thought that specific platelet function tests in blood might help to estimate the probability of bleeding of newly developed BTKi. [Read the Full Post]

BTK gatekeeper residue variation combined with cysteine 481 substitution causes super-resistance to irreversible inhibitors acalabrutinib, ibrutinib and zanubrutinib

98 views | Mar 01 2021

H Yesid Estupiñán et al. found that reversible inhibitors showed a variable pattern, from resistance to no resistance, collectively demonstrating the structural constraints for different classes of inhibitors, which might affect their clinical application. [Read the Full Post]

The role of acalabrutinib in adults with chronic lymphocytic leukemia

106 views | Feb 28 2021

Bita Fakhri et al. demonstrated superiority of the acalabrutinib-containing arms in terms of both efficacy and tolerability. [Read the Full Post]

Effects of PCI-32765 and Dasatinib on the Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemic Cells and Their Mechanisms

235 views | May 20 2020

Yuan Deng et al. found that PCI-32765 or Dasatinib could inhibit the proliferation and induced the apoptosis of Sup-B15 and RS4;11 cells, PCI-32765 and Dasatinib displayed the synergistic effects. The possible mechanismmight be related with the blocking of B cell receptor(BCR) signal pathway, thereby inhibiting the cell proliferation and promoting the cell apoptosis. [Read the Full Post]

Chromatin mapping and single-cell immune profiling define the temporal dynamics of ibrutinib response in CLL

227 views | May 17 2020

Rendeiro AF et al. described time-dependent cellular, molecular, and regulatory effects for therapeutic inhibition of B cell receptor signaling in CLL [Read the Full Post]

A novel flow cytometry-based assay to measure compromised B cell receptor signaling as a prognostic factor in chronic lymphocytic leukemia

224 views | May 06 2020

Heitmann JS et al. supported the role of compromised BCR signaling as an important prognostic marker in CLL and establish a novel diagnostic tool for its assessment in clinical settings. [Read the Full Post]

Chromatin mapping and single-cell immune profiling define the temporal dynamics of ibrutinib response in CLL

254 views | Mar 21 2020

Rendeiro AF et al. described time-dependent cellular, molecular, and regulatory effects for therapeutic inhibition of B cell receptor signaling in CLL, and it establishes a broadly applicable method for epigenome/transcriptome-based treatment monitoring. [Read the Full Post]