Molecular Weight(MW): 499.5
CNX-774 is an irreversible, orally active, and highly selective BTK inhibitor with IC50 of <1 nM.
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Effects of AVL-292, CNX-774 and dasatinib on IgE-mediated histamine release in human basophils. Basophils (BA) obtained from three nonallergic donors (A), three patients allergic to Der p 2, and three patients allergic to Phl p 5 (B and C) were preincubated in control medium (Co) or medium containing various concentrations of AVL-292, CNX-774, or dasatinib (0.001-1 μmol/L) at 37°C for 30 minutes. Then, cells were exposed to anti-IgE antibody E-124.2.8 (1 μg/mL; nonallergic donors) or recombinant allergens (1 μg/mL of rDer p 2 or rPhl p 5 in allergic patients) at 37°C for 30 minutes. After centrifugation, histamine concentrations were determined in cell-free supernatants and cell lysates. Histamine release is expressed as percentage of total histamine. Results show the percentage of control and represent mean SD from three independent experiments (three donors). Asterisk (*): P<0.05 by Student's t test with Bonferroni correction
Allergy, 2017, 72(11):1666-1676. CNX-774 purchased from Selleck.
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|Description||CNX-774 is an irreversible, orally active, and highly selective BTK inhibitor with IC50 of <1 nM.|
|Features||Orally bioavailable BTK-selective inhibitor, binding covalently to target protein.|
In cellular assays, CNX-774 demonstrates potent inhibitory activity towards BTK with IC50 of 1-10 nM by targeting Cys-481 residue within the ATP binding site of the enzyme. 
|In vitro||DMSO||100 mg/mL (200.2 mM)|
|Ethanol||2 mg/mL (4.0 mM)|
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