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CAS No. 1803274-65-8
BAY-1436032 is a highly selective, potent and orally available inhibitor of mutant Isocitrate Dehydrogenase 1 (mIDH1). It is a double-digit nanomolar and selective pan-inhibitor of the enzymatic activity of various IDH1-R132X mutants in vitro and displays potent inhibition of 2-HG release (nanomolar range) in patient derived and engineered cell lines expressing different IDH1 mutants.
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|Description||BAY-1436032 is a highly selective, potent and orally available inhibitor of mutant Isocitrate Dehydrogenase 1 (mIDH1). It is a double-digit nanomolar and selective pan-inhibitor of the enzymatic activity of various IDH1-R132X mutants in vitro and displays potent inhibition of 2-HG release (nanomolar range) in patient derived and engineered cell lines expressing different IDH1 mutants.|
BAY 1436032 exhibits an IC50 of 15 nM for mutant IDH1R132H protein and virtually no effect on wild-type IDH1 and the structurally related IDH2 proteins with IC50 of 20 and >100 µM, respectively. BAY 1436032 not only reduces 2-HG levels in cells with the IDH1R132H or the IDH1R132C mutations, but also in those with the R132G, R132S or R132L mutations with equal efficiency. There is no inhibition of IDH2 R172M. BAY 1436032 reduces proliferation and induces differentiation in primary glioma cultures. BAY 1436032 reveals low metabolic clearance (CL) in vitro in rat hepatocytes and mice liver microsomes.
The pharmacokinetic properties of BAY 1436032 allow for oral administration. In vivo pharmacokinetics (PK) in rats shows low CL and high oral bioavailability. Oral administration of BAY 1436032 confers a survival benefit to mice transplanted with IDH1 mutant tumors. BAY 1436032 induces differentiation in intracranial xenografts.
|In vitro||DMSO||98 mg/mL (200.19 mM)|
|Ethanol||98 mg/mL (200.19 mM)|
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