Molecular Weight(MW): 669.79
A-1155463, a highly potent and selective BCL-XL inhibitor, shows picomolar binding affinity to BCL-XL, and >1000-fold weaker binding to BCL-2 and related proteins BCL-W(Ki=19 nM) and MCL-1(Ki>440 nM).
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Tumor growth rate (TGR) of tumors orthotopically implanted in rats on day 3, 7 and 10 compared to day 0. Rats were treated with doxorubicin, A-1155463 or a combination. Treatment with A-1155463 resulted in a significant decrease in TGR compared to control mice.
Oncogenesis, 2018, 7(9):74. A-1155463 purchased from Selleck.
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|Description||A-1155463, a highly potent and selective BCL-XL inhibitor, shows picomolar binding affinity to BCL-XL, and >1000-fold weaker binding to BCL-2 and related proteins BCL-W(Ki=19 nM) and MCL-1(Ki>440 nM).|
A-1155463 disrupts BCL-XL-BIM but not BCL-2-BIM complexes in cells. A-1155463 kills BCL-XL-dependent Molt-4 cells (EC50=70 nM) but has no measurable cytotoxicity against BCL-2-dependent RS4;11 cells (EC50>5 mM). A-1155463 induces the hallmarks of apoptosis, as evidenced by the release of cytochrome c from mitochondria, caspase activation, and the accumulation of caspase-dependent sub-G0-G1 DNA content in BCL-XL-dependent H146 cells.
|In vivo||Following a single 5 mg/kg IP dose of A-1155463 in nontumor bearing SCID-Beige mice, platelet counts fall dramatically as measured at 6 h postdose and then rebound to normal levels within 72 h. Daily Dosing at 5 mg/kg IP to SCID-Beige mice that had been inoculated with BCL-XL-dependent H146 tumor cells for 14 days causes a statistically significant inhibition of tumor growth (maximum tumor growth inhibition = 44%), which is alleviated upon cessation of dosing.|
|In vitro||DMSO||80 mg/mL (119.44 mM)|
|In vivo||Add solvents to the product individually and in order(Data is from Selleck tests instead of citations):
2% DMSO+30% PEG 300+2% Tween 80+ddH2O
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