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CAS No. 443797-96-4
JNJ-7706621 is pan-CDK inhibitor with the highest potency on CDK1/2 with IC50 of 9 nM/4 nM and showing >6-fold selectivity for CDK1/2 than CDK3/4/6 in cell-free assays. It also potently inhibits Aurora A/B and has no activity on Plk1 and Wee1.
Selleck's JNJ-7706621 has been cited by 21 publications
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|Description||JNJ-7706621 is pan-CDK inhibitor with the highest potency on CDK1/2 with IC50 of 9 nM/4 nM and showing >6-fold selectivity for CDK1/2 than CDK3/4/6 in cell-free assays. It also potently inhibits Aurora A/B and has no activity on Plk1 and Wee1.|
|Features||A broad-spectrum inhibitor.|
JNJ-7706621 also shows some inhibition to VEGF-R2, FGF-R2, and GSK3β, with IC50 of 154-254 nM. JNJ-7706621 shows inhibitory effect on a panel of human cancer cell types, including HeLa, HCT-116, SK-OV-3, PC3, DU145, A375, MDA-MB-231, MES-SA, and MES-SA/Dx5, with IC50 of 112-514 nM, independent of p53, retinoblastoma, or P-glycoprotein status. JNJ-7706621 is several-fold less potent at inhibiting growth of normal cell types, including MRC-5, HASMC, HUVEC, and HMVEC, with IC50 of 3.67-5.42 μM. In HeLa or U937 cells, JNJ-7706621 (0.5-3 μM) delays exit from G1, arrests cells in G2-M, induces endoreduplication, activates apoptosis, and reduces colony formation.  In a HeLa cell line, incremental treatment with increasing concentrations of JNJ-7706621 leads to a 16-fold resistance, which may be mediated by ABCG2. 
|In vivo||In mouse xenograft model of A375 melanoma human tumor, JNJ-7706621 (100 or 125 mg/kg) causes tumor regression. |
In vitro kinase assay for CDK1 and Aurora kinases:For CDK1 kinase activity, a method is developed using the CDK1/cyclin B complex purified from baculovirus to phosphorylate a biotinylated peptide substrate containing the consensus phosphorylation site for histone H1, which is phosphorylated in vivo by CDK1. Inhibition of CDK1 activity is measured by observing a reduced amount of 33P-γ-ATP incorporation into the immobilized substrate in streptavidin-coated 96-well scintillating microplates. CDK1 enzyme is diluted in 50 mM Tris-HCl (pH 8), 10 mM MgCl2, 0.1 mM Na3VO 4, 1 mM DTT, 1% DMSO, 0.25 μM peptide, 0.1 μCi per well 33P-γ-ATP, and 5 μM ATP in the presence or absence of various concentrations of JNJ-7706621 and incubated at 30 °C for 1 hour. The reaction is terminated by washing with PBS containing 100 mM EDTA and plates are counted in a scintillation counter. Linear regression analysis of the percent inhibition by JNJ-7706621 is used to determine IC50. The Aurora kinase assays are done with 10 μM ATP and a peptide containing a dual repeat of the kemptide phosphorylation motif.
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