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Preclinical characterization of the CDK4/6 inhibitor LY2835219: in-vivo cell cycle-dependent/independent anti-tumor activities alone/in combination with gemcitabine

41 views | Sep 18 2019

Gelbert LM et al. identified a potent, orally active small-molecule inhibitor of CDK4/6 that is active in xenograft tumors. LY2835219is currently in clinical development. [Read the Full Post]

Functional genomics identifies predictive markers and clinically actionable resistance mechanisms to CDK4/6 inhibition in bladder cancer

53 views | Aug 29 2019

Tong Z et al. found that identification of potential predictive markers, resistance mechanisms and rational combination therapies could be achieved by applying a CRISPR-dCas9 screening approach in bladder cancer. [Read the Full Post]

Overview of CDK9 as a target in cancer research

43 views | Aug 13 2019

Morales F et al. concluded that there are many small molecules that bind to CDK9, but their lack of selectivity against other CDKs do not allow them to get to the clinical use. However, drug designers currently have the tools needed to improve the selectivity of CDK9 inhibitors and to make successful treatment available to patients. [Read the Full Post]

Efficacy of the CDK inhibitor dinaciclib in vitro and in vivo in T-cell acute lymphoblastic leukemia

0 views | Aug 12 2019

Moharram SA et al. identified the CDK inhibitor dinaciclib as a potential drug for T-ALL. Dinaciclib treatment significantly reduced cell viability and completely blocked colony formation. Furthermore, cells treated with dinaciclibshowed decreased expression of several pro-survival proteins including survivin, cyclin T1 and c-MYC. Dinaciclib treatment also increased accumulation of cells in G2/M phase and significantly induced apoptosis. Finally, dinaciclib extended survival of mice in a T-ALL cell xenograft model. Collectively, these data suggest that the CDK inhibitor dinaciclib is an active drug for T-ALL in the preclinical settings. [Read the Full Post]

Palbociclib (PD0332991)-a Selective and Potent Cyclin-Dependent Kinase Inhibitor: A Review of Pharmacodynamics and Clinical Development

47 views | Jul 17 2019

Clark AS et al. indicated that palbociclib is well tolerated and has therapeutic potential for multiple cancers, including breast cancer, where its efficacy has been demonstrated alone and in combination with endocrine therapy. Additional combinations of palbociclib with endocrine therapy, chemotherapy, and targeted therapy have potential in various tumors, and phase 3 trials are under way. [Read the Full Post]

Chk1 inhibitor SCH 900776 enhances the antitumor activity of MLN4924 on pancreatic cancer

102 views | May 28 2019

Li JA et al. provided the preclinical evidence and the rationale of the combination therapy of MLN4924 with SCH 900776 or other Chk1 inhibitors to treat PC. [Read the Full Post]

Management of toxicities associated with targeted therapies for HR-positive metastatic breast cancer: a multidisciplinary approach is the key to success

79 views | May 14 2019

Cazzaniga ME et al. proposed a series of practical recommendations for multidisciplinary clinical management of the various toxicities associated with the addition of targeted agents to endocrine therapy. [Read the Full Post]

Dependency of Cholangiocarcinoma on Cyclin D-Dependent Kinase Activity

87 views | May 13 2019

Sittithumcharee G et al. proposed that the CDK4/6-pRB pathway is a suitable therapeutic target for CCA treatment. This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved. [Read the Full Post]

The Chk1 inhibitor MK-8776 increases the radiosensitivity of human triple-negative breast cancer by inhibiting autophagy

127 views | May 09 2019

Zhou ZR et al. suggested that MK-8776increases human TNBC radiosensitivity by inhibiting irradiation-induced autophagy and that MK-8776 may be a potential agent in the radiosensitization of human TNBC. [Read the Full Post]

In vitro activity of cyclin-dependent kinase inhibitor CYC202 (Seliciclib, R-roscovitine) in mantle cell lymphomas

96 views | Apr 28 2019

Lacrima K et al. suggested that CYC202 is an active agent in MCL. The concomitant decrease of the phosphorylated and total forms of RNA polymerase II suggests that this could be the main mechanism mediating the biological effects of CYC202 in MCL cells. The drug might represent a new therapeutic agent in this lymphoma subtype. [Read the Full Post]