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CAS No. 252017-04-2
AZD7545 is a potent PDHK inhibitor with IC50 of 36.8 nM and 6.4 nM for PDHK1 and PDHK2, respectively. It failed to inhibit PDHK4 at higher concentrations(>10 nM), AZD7545 stimulates PDHK4 activity.
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AZD7545 mediated growth suppression of BRAFV600E mutant and NRASmut melanoma cells. Twenty-four hours after plating, both A375 and IGR37 cell lines (BRAFV600E) (a) and SKMel30, IPC298 and MelJuso cell lines (NRASmut) (b) were treated with 10 μM of AZD7545. The plates were imaged using an IncuCyte ZOOM live cell microscope (Essen BioScience) and images were taken every 3 h for a total of 90 h (BRAFV600E) and 120 h (NRASmut). Results are shown for one representative of three biological replicates
Mol Cancer, 2017, 16(1):102. AZD7545 purchased from Selleck.
The effects of dichloroacetate and AZD7595 treatment on PDHK1 and PDHK2 inhibition. Dichloroacetate and AZD7595 inhibit recombinant pyruvate dehydrogenase kinase activity and intracellular pyruvate dehydrogenase kinase activity. Inhibitory activity of compounds (0.1, 1 and 10 mM dichloroacetate, and 10, 100 and 1000 nM AZD7595) on recombinant PDHK1 and PDHK2 was evaluated by measuring pyruvate dehydrogenase activity (a and b). The graph shows percent inhibition for 100%, no pyruvate dehydrogenase kinases and 0%, vehicle control. The line graphs show pyruvate dehydrogenase inhibitory activity in the presence of PDHK1 (black circle) and PDHK2 (grey circle). Jurkat cells were treated with vehicle, 0.1, 1 and 10 lM AZD7545 and 10 mM dichloroacetate. Pyruvate dehydrogenase phosphorylation was measured with an assay kit(c). The graph shows pyruvate dehydrogenase phosphorylation for 100%, vehicle control and 0% background in the absence of cell lysis. Data are presented as the mean SD (n = 3). Statistically significant differences compared with vehicle: *P < 0.05, **P < 0.01 and ***P < 0.001.
J Pharm Pharmacol, 2017, 69(1):43-51. AZD7545 purchased from Selleck.
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|Description||AZD7545 is a potent PDHK inhibitor with IC50 of 36.8 nM and 6.4 nM for PDHK1 and PDHK2, respectively. It failed to inhibit PDHK4 at higher concentrations(>10 nM), AZD7545 stimulates PDHK4 activity.|
In the presence of recombinant human PDHK2, AZD7545 increases PDH activity with EC50 of 5.2 nM. In primary rat hepatocytes, AZD7545 increases PDH activity with EC50 of 105 nM.  AZD7545 inhibits PDHK activity by disrupting the interactions between PDHK2 and the inner lipoyl-bearing domains (L2) of the dihydrolipoyl transacetylase component (E2) of PDC. 
|In vivo||In Wistar rats, AZD7545 increases the percentage of active PDH in the liver and skeletal muscle. In obese, insulin-resistant, Zucker rats, AZD7545 eliminates the postprandial elevation in blood glucose. |
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