Synthesis and evaluation of FAK inhibitors with a 5-fluoro-7H-pyrrolo[2,3-d]pyrimidine scaffold as anti-hepatocellular carcinoma agents

23 views | Oct 12 2021

Hanyi Tan et al. suggested that 16c inhibited the malignant proliferation of hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) cells through decreasing the phosphorylation in the FAK cascade. [Read the Full Post]

Cardioautonomic control in healthy singleton and twin pregnancies

127 views | Mar 16 2021

Victoria L Meah wt al. suggested that individuals with twin pregnancies had greater sympathetic and lower parasympathetic contributions to heart rate and that cardiac, but not vascular, autonomic control was impacted during twin compared to singleton pregnancy. [Read the Full Post]

CB 1 Cannabinoid Receptors Stimulate Gβγ-GRK2-Mediated FAK Phosphorylation at Tyrosine 925 to Regulate ERK Activation Involving Neuronal Focal Adhesions

120 views | Jan 12 2021

George D Dalton et al. found that FAK 925 Tyr-P occured concurrently with CB1-stimulated ERK2 activation and required the actin cytoskeleton and Gi/oβγ-GRK2-mediated cross-talk between CB1, integrins, and receptor tyrosine kinases (RTKs). [Read the Full Post]

Mechanotransduction-targeting Drugs Attenuate Stiffness-induced Hepatic Stellate Cell Activation in vitro

122 views | Jan 10 2021

Mutsuko Sakai et al. showed that an integrin antagonist and mechanotransduction-targeting drugs reduced stiffness-induced HSC activation in a dose-dependent fashion. [Read the Full Post]

The Role of Syk in Inflammatory Response of Human Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm Tissue

244 views | Dec 13 2020

Ryo Kanamoto et al. demonstrated an important role of Syk for IgG-dependent inflammatory response in human AAA. [Read the Full Post]

Defactinib attenuates osteoarthritis by inhibiting positive feedback loop between H-type vessels and MSCs in subchondral bone

134 views | Nov 13 2020

Yanjun Hu et al. demonstrated that defactinib inhibited OA by suppressing the positive feedback loop between H-type vessels and MSCs in subchondral bone. [Read the Full Post]

An exon skipping screen identifies antitumor drugs that are potent modulators of pre-mRNA splicing, suggesting new therapeutic applications

170 views | Oct 14 2020

Yihui Shi et al.supported the broad potential for the development of agents that targeted the spliceosome for the treatment of cancer and other diseases, as well as new avenues for the discovery of new chemotherapeutic agents for a range of diseases. [Read the Full Post]

Protein tyrosine kinase 2: a novel therapeutic target to overcome acquired EGFR-TKI resistance in non-small cell lung cancer

276 views | Feb 03 2020

Tong X et al. suggested that this combination therapy may be a viable option to overcome EGFR-TKI resistance in NSCLC. [Read the Full Post]

miR-193b-Regulated Signaling Networks Serve as Tumor Suppressors in Liposarcoma and Promote Adipogenesis in Adipose-Derived Stem Cells

280 views | Dec 16 2019

Mazzu YZ et al. indicated that miR-193b not only functions as a tumor suppressor in liposarcoma but also promotes adipogenesis in ASC. Furthermore, this study reveals key tyrosine kinase and DNA methylation pathways in liposarcoma, some with immediate implications for therapeutic exploration. [Read the Full Post]

Maintenance Defactinib Versus Placebo After First-Line Chemotherapy in Patients With Merlin-Stratified Pleural Mesothelioma: COMMAND-A Double-Blind, Randomized, Phase II Study

381 views | Jul 07 2019

Fennell DA et al. indicated that neither PFS nor OS was improved by defactinib after first-line chemotherapy in patients with merlin-low MPM. Defactinibcannot be recommended as maintenance therapy for advanced MPM. [Read the Full Post]