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PF-06463922 is a potent and selective next-generation ROS1/ALK inhibitor capable of blocking crizotinib-resistant ROS1 mutations

61 views | Aug 05 2019

Zou HY et al. indicated that PF-06463922 has potential for treating ROS1 fusion-positive cancers, including those requiring agents with CNS-penetrating properties, as well as for overcoming crizotinib resistance driven by ROS1 mutation. [Read the Full Post]

Loss of ARID1A expression leads to sensitivity to ROS-inducing agent elesclomol in gynecologic cancer cells

0 views | Feb 16 2019

Kwan SY et al. demonstrated for the first time that loss of ARID1A leads to accumulation of ROS and suggest that elesclomol may be used to target ARID1A-mutant gynecologic cancer cells. [Read the Full Post]

Dihydromyricetin promotes autophagy and apoptosis through ROS-STAT3 signaling in head and neck squamous cell carcinoma

553 views | Sep 13 2018

Fan TF et al. found that inhibiting autophagy could enhance DHM-induced apoptosis in head and neck squamous cell carcinoma. [Read the Full Post]

Hypoxia potentiates the cytotoxic effect of piperlongumine in pheochromocytoma models

574 views | Jul 12 2018

Bullova P et al. reported for the first time that PL mediates PHEO cell death by activating both apoptosis and necroptosis in vitro and in vivo. This effect is magnified in hypoxic conditions, making PL a promising potential candidate for use as a therapeutic option for patients with PHEO/PGL, including those with SDHB mutations. [Read the Full Post]

Loss of ARID1A expression leads to sensitivity to ROS-inducing agent elesclomol in gynecologic cancer cells

536 views | Jun 20 2018

Kwan SY et al. demonstrated for the first time that loss of ARID1A leads to accumulation of ROS and suggest that elesclomol may be used to target ARID1A-mutant gynecologic cancer cells. [Read the Full Post]

Nitric oxide generation by the organic nitrate NDBP attenuates oxidative stress and angiotensin II-mediated hypertension

0 views | May 29 2017

Porpino SK et al. suggested that NDBP treatment is associated with sustained NO release and attenuated activity of NADPH oxidase, which to some extent requires functional xanthine oxidase. [Read the Full Post]