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Suppression of Microgliosis With the Colony-Stimulating Factor 1 Receptor Inhibitor PLX3397 Does Not Attenuate Memory Defects During Epileptogenesis in the Rat

7 views | Jun 29 2021

Season K Wyatt-Johnson eal. revealed that PLX3397 did not improve or worsen the memory deficits in rats that sustained pilocarpine-induced SE. [Read the Full Post]

Recurrent Mutations in Cyclin D3 Confer Clinical Resistance to FLT3 Inhibitors in Acute Myeloid Leukemia

5 views | Jun 28 2021

Catherine C Smith et al. thought that Mutations in CCND3, a gene not commonly mutated in AML, were a novel cause of clinical primary resistance to FLT3 inhibitors in AML and might have sensitivity to CDK4/6 inhibition. [Read the Full Post]

IL33 (Interleukin 33)/ST2 (Interleukin 1 Receptor-Like 1) Axis Drives Protective Microglial Responses and Promotes White Matter Integrity After Stroke

14 views | May 03 2021

Di Xie et al. found that the IL33/ST2/STAT6 signaling as a potential immune regulatory mechanism to modulate microglia/macrophage activity, improved white matter integrity, and restored long-term neurological functions after stroke. [Read the Full Post]

Oncogenic activation of JAK3-STAT signaling confers clinical sensitivity to PRN371, a novel selective and potent JAK3 inhibitor, in natural killer/T-cell lymphoma

28 views | Mar 03 2021

M -L Nairismägi found that the activity of PRN371 had a more durable inhibition on JAK3 compared to tofacitinib in vitro, leading to significant tumor growth inhibition in a NKTL xenograft model harboring JAK3 activating mutation. [Read the Full Post]

Pazopanib (GW786034) and cyclophosphamide in patients with platinum-resistant, recurrent, pre-treated ovarian cancer - Results of the PACOVAR-trial

24 views | Feb 19 2021

C Dinkic et al. thought that Pazopanib 600mg daily p.o. and metronomic cyclophosphamide 50mg daily p.o. was a feasible regimen for patients with recurrent platinum-resistant EOC and showed promising activity in this previously treated patient population. [Read the Full Post]

Targeting colony stimulating factor-1 receptor signalling to treat ectopic pregnancy

47 views | Oct 23 2020

S Furquan Ahmad et al.suggested that CSF-1 was involved in the survival and proliferation of trophoblast cells in EP and pharmacological disruption of CSF-1/CSF-1R signaling axis could be the basis of a new therapeutic for EP. [Read the Full Post]

Epithelioid glioblastoma with microglia features: Potential for novel therapy

77 views | Jul 28 2020

Nami Nakagomi et al. provided insight into the cellular nature of E-GBM and introduced several possibilities for effective targeted therapy for these patients. [Read the Full Post]

Early Long-Term Administration of the CSF1R Inhibitor PLX3397 Ablates Microglia and Reduces Accumulation of Intraneuronal Amyloid, Neuritic Plaque Deposition and Pre-Fibrillar Oligomers in 5XFAD Mouse Model of Alzheimer

110 views | May 22 2020

Justyna Sosna et al. demonstrate that CSF1R signaling, either directly on neurons or mediated by microglia, was crucial for the accumulation of intraneuronal amyloid and formation of neuritic plaques, suggesting that these two events were serially linked in a causal pathway leading to neurodegeneration and neuritic plaque formation. [Read the Full Post]

Pexidartinib: First Approval

127 views | May 21 2020

Yvette N Lamb et al. summarized the milestones in the development of pexidartinib leading to its first approval for TGCT. [Read the Full Post]

Cerebrospinal fluid penetration of the colony-stimulating factor-1 receptor (CSF-1R) inhibitor, pexidartinib

128 views | May 18 2020

Shankarappa PS et al. found that pexidartinib was well-tolerated in NHPs, with no Grade 3 or Grade 4 toxicities. The CSF penetration of pexidartinib after single-dose oral administration to NHPs was limited. [Read the Full Post]