Molecular Weight(MW): 513.52
CCT196969 is a novel orally available, pan-RAF inhibitor with anti-SRC activity. It also inhibits SRC, LCK, and the p38 MAPKs.
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|Description||CCT196969 is a novel orally available, pan-RAF inhibitor with anti-SRC activity. It also inhibits SRC, LCK, and the p38 MAPKs.|
CCT196969 is active against melanoma and colorectal cancer cell lines that are mutant for BRAF, but not cancer cells that are wild-type for BRAF and NRAS. CCT196969 induces caspase 3 and PARP cleavage, thus induces apoptosis. CCT196969 does not drive paradoxical pathway activation and inhibit MEK/ERK in BRAF and NRAS mutant melanoma.
|In vivo||CCT196969 is extremely well tolerated at the doses assessed and does not produce any significant adverse effects in vivo. Oral dosing at 10 mg/kg/day of CCT196969 results in plasma concentrations ∼1 μM at 24 hr. It is orally bioavailable at ∼55%.|
|In vitro||DMSO||100 mg/mL (194.73 mM)|
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