SGI-1776 free base
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CAS No. 1025065-69-3
SGI-1776 free base is a novel ATP competitive inhibitor of Pim1 with IC50 of 7 nM in a cell-free assay, 50- and 10-fold selective versus Pim2 and Pim3, also potent to Flt3 and haspin. SGI-1776 induces apoptosis and autophagy. Phase 1.
Selleck's SGI-1776 free base has been cited by 33 publications
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|Description||SGI-1776 free base is a novel ATP competitive inhibitor of Pim1 with IC50 of 7 nM in a cell-free assay, 50- and 10-fold selective versus Pim2 and Pim3, also potent to Flt3 and haspin. SGI-1776 induces apoptosis and autophagy. Phase 1.|
In addition to Pim, SGI-1776 also potently targets FLT3 (IC50 = 44nM). Treatment of AML cells with SGI-1776 results in a concentration-dependent induction of apoptosis. Importantly, SGI-1776 is also cytotoxic in AML primary cells, irrespective of FLT3 mutation status and results in Mcl-1 protein decline. Treatment of CLL cells with SGI-1776 results in a concentration-dependent induction of apoptosis. SGI-1776 induces apoptosis in CLL and that the mechanism involves Mcl-1 reduction. Apoptosis induction coupled with the inhibition of RNA synthesis is observed in CLL cells treated with SGI-1776.  SGI-1776 exhibites cytotoxic activity in vitro with a median relative IC50 of 3.1 mM. SGI-1776 induces tumor growth inhibition meeting criteria for intermediate EFS T/C activity in 1 of 39 evaluable models. In contrast, SGI-1776 induces complete responses of subcutaneous MV4;11. 
|In vivo||Consistent with cell line data, xenograft model studies with mice bearing MV-4-11 tumors shows efficacy with SGI-1776.  SGI-1776 has shown preclinical activity against leukemia and solid tumor cell line models with IC50 values of 0.005–11.68 mM. SGI-1776 induces significant differences in EFS distribution in vivo in 9 of 31 solid tumor xenografts and in 1 of 8 of the evaluable ALL xenografts. |
Kinase Assays:Kinase inhibition is measured by the use of radiometric assays performed by KinaseProfiler service. Assays contain a peptide substrate, known purified recombinant human kinases, gamma-labeled ATP, magnesium ion, and a fixed concentration (1 μM) of SGI-1776. In a final reaction volume of 25 μL, 5 to 10 mU of Pim1/2/3 is incubated with 8 mM of MOPS, pH 7.0; 0.2 mM ethylene diamine tetraacetic acid; 100 μM KKRNRTLTV;10 mM MgAcetate; and [γ-32P-ATP] . The reaction is initiated by the addition of the MgATP mix. After incubation for 40 minutes at room temperature, the reaction is stopped by the addition of 5 μL of a 3% phosphoric acid solution. Then, 10 μL of the reaction is spotted onto a P30 filtermat and washed 3 times for 5 minutes in 75 mM phosphoric acid and once in methanol before it is dried and measured via a scintillation counter.
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