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Molecular Weight(MW): 850.04
A-1210477 is a potent and selective MCL-1 inhibitor with Ki and IC50 of 0.454 nM and 26.2 nM, respectively, >100-fold selectivity over other Bcl-2 family members.
Selleck's A-1210477 has been cited by 25 publications
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|Description||A-1210477 is a potent and selective MCL-1 inhibitor with Ki and IC50 of 0.454 nM and 26.2 nM, respectively, >100-fold selectivity over other Bcl-2 family members.|
In H929 cells, A-1210477 binds to MCL-1 with high affinity and induces MCL-1 protein elevation. In H929, H2110, and H23 cells, A-1210477 induce the hallmarks of apoptosis, and inhibits MCL-1-dependent cell viability. A-1210477 also synergizes with navitoclax to kill a variety of cancer cell lines.  In SKBR3 cells, A-1210477 inhibits MCL-1–BIM interaction and induces classical features of apoptosis.  In addition, A-1210477 sensitizes non-Hodgkin's lymphoma cell lines to venetoclax (ABT-199). 
Binding affinity assays:TR-FRET-binding affinity assays are performed for BCL-2, BCL-XL, and MCL-1 in 4.52 mM monobasic potassium phosphate, 15.48 mM dibasic potassium phosphate, 1 mM sodium EDTA, 0.05% Pluronic F-68 detergent, 50 mM sodium chloride, and 1 mM DTT (pH 7.5). For MCL-1 assays, GST-tagged MCL-1 (1 nM) is mixed with 100 nM f-Bak, 1 nM Tb-labeled anti-GST antibody, and compound at room temperature (RT) for 60 min. Fluorescence is measured on an Envision plate reader using a 340/35 nm excitation filter and 520/525 (f-Bak) and 495/510 nm (Tb-labeled anti-GST antibody) emission filters.
|In vitro||DMSO||3 mg/mL warmed (3.52 mM)|
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