Molecular Weight(MW): 418.49
GSK0660 is a potent PPARβ/δ antagonist with a pIC50 of 6.8 (binding assay IC50 = 155 nM; antagonist assay IC50 = 300 nM) and is nearly inactive on PPARα and PPARγ with IC50s above approximately 10 μM.
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|Description||GSK0660 is a potent PPARβ/δ antagonist with a pIC50 of 6.8 (binding assay IC50 = 155 nM; antagonist assay IC50 = 300 nM) and is nearly inactive on PPARα and PPARγ with IC50s above approximately 10 μM.|
GSK0660 inhibits HRMEC (human retinal microvascular endothelial cells) proliferation and differentiation.
|In vivo||GSK0660 is rapidly cleared and does not accumulate in the blood in vivo. GSK0660 is efficacious against retinal NV when administered by IVIT or IP injection. Intravitreal injection has the advantages of producing high levels of drug at active sites of neovascular disease, but deleterious side effects are associated with this route of drug administration, including endophthalmitis, cataractogenesis, and glaucoma. Systemic administration could avoid these side effects, but it is hampered by the need for repeated dosing to obtain target concentrations of active drug in diseased tissues. It also needlessly exposes disease-free organs and tissues to active drug.|
|In vitro||DMSO||84 mg/mL (200.72 mM)|
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