Molecular Weight(MW): 442.47
AZD9496 is an oral estrogen receptor inhibitor that blocks the growth of ER-positive and ESR1 mutant breast tumours in preclinical models.
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Kaempferol and ER /PR inhibitor suppress the migration and Rho activity of MCF-7 cells. Notes: (A) MCF-7 ER +/PR+ breast cancer cells were allowed to migrate in response to 20 μmol/L kaempferol and/or 0.1 nmol/L AZD9496 (ER inhibitor) and 200 μmol/L megestrol acetate (PR inhibitor) for 6 h. Results are presented as mean ± SD of 5 independent experiments. (B, C) MCF-7 cells were incubated with 20 μmol/L kaempferol and/or 0.1 nmol/L AZD9496 and 200 μmol/L MA for 1 h, and then subjected to the RhoA (B) and Rac1 (C) activity assays. The relative levels of Rho activity were normalized to the average value of controls. Results are presented as mean ± SD of 3 independent experiments. Abbreviations: AZD, AZD9496; Ctrl, control; ER, estrogen receptor; MA, megestrol acetate; ns, no significance; PR, progesterone receptor.
Onco Targets Ther, 2017, 10: 4809–4819 . AZD9496 purchased from Selleck.
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|Description||AZD9496 is an oral estrogen receptor inhibitor that blocks the growth of ER-positive and ESR1 mutant breast tumours in preclinical models.|
AZD9496 showed pmol/L equipotent binding to both ERα and ERβ isoforms. AZD9496 directly targets ERα for downregulation in vitro. And it also antagonizes and downregulates mutant ER in vitro and in vivo. The IC50s of ERα binding, ERα downregulation, ERα antagonism for AZD9496 are 0.82, 0.14 and 0.28 nM, respectively.
|In vivo||AZD9496 showed high oral bioavailability across three species (F% 63, 91, and 74, rat, mouse, and dog, respectively) with generally low volume and clearance across species, albeit a higher clearance in mouse. The percent free levels in human plasma of 0.15% were 5-fold higher than those measured for fulvestrant. AZD9496 is a potent, oral inhibitor of breast tumor growth in vivo. AZD9496 causes tumor regressions in combination with PI3K pathway and CDK4/6 inhibitors and in an estrogen-deprived ER+ model of resistance. This effect was accompanied by a dose-dependent decrease in PR protein levels. AZD9496 is currently being evaluated in a phase I clinical trial.|
|In vitro||DMSO||88 mg/mL (198.88 mM)|
|Ethanol||88 mg/mL (198.88 mM)|
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