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Catalog No.S2788 Synonyms: INC280, NVP-INC280
CAS No. 1029712-80-8
Capmatinib (INCB28060, INC280, NVP-INC280) is a novel, ATP-competitive inhibitor of c-MET with IC50 of 0.13 nM in a cell-free assay, inactive against RONβ, as well as EGFR and HER-3. Capmatinib (INCB28060) inhibits Wnt/β-catenin and EMT signaling pathways and induces apoptosis in diffuse gastric cancer positive for c-MET amplification. Phase 1.
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|Description||Capmatinib (INCB28060, INC280, NVP-INC280) is a novel, ATP-competitive inhibitor of c-MET with IC50 of 0.13 nM in a cell-free assay, inactive against RONβ, as well as EGFR and HER-3. Capmatinib (INCB28060) inhibits Wnt/β-catenin and EMT signaling pathways and induces apoptosis in diffuse gastric cancer positive for c-MET amplification. Phase 1.|
|Features||Inactive against RONβ, another member of the c-MET RTK family, as well as EGFR and HER-3 (members of the EGFR RTK family).|
INCB28060 exhibits picomolar enzymatic potency and is highly specific for c-MET with more than 10,000-fold selectivity over a large panel of human kinases. INCB28060 inhibits human c-MET phosphorylation and c-MET-mediated signaling in cancer cells. INCB28060 inhibits c-MET-dependent cell proliferation and survival, and prevents anchorage-independent cancer cell growth and cell migration. 
INCB28060 shows strong antitumor activity in c-MET-dependent mouse tumor models, even oral treatment of 0.03 mg/kg INCB28060 causes approximately 50% inhibition of c-MET-phosphorylation. Dose-dependent inhibition of tumor growth is observed in tumor-bearing mice. 
c-Met Kinase Assay:The assay buffer contains 50 mM Tris-HCl, 10 mM MgCl2, 100 mM NaCl, 0.1 mg/ml BSA, 5mM DTT, pH 7.8. For HTS 0.8 μL of 5 mM of INCB28060 dissolved in DMSO are dotted on 384-well plates. DMSO titration suggests that the maximum tolerated concentration of the solvent is 4%. To measure IC50s the INCB28060 plate is prepared by 3-fold and 11-point serial dilutions. 0.8 μL of INCB28060 in DMSO is transferred from INCB28060 plate to the assay plate. The final concentration of DMSO is 2%. Solutions of 8 nM unphosphorylated c-Met or 0.5 nM phosphorylated c-Met are prepared in assay buffer. A 1 mM stock solution of peptide substrate Biotin-EQEDEPEGDYFEWLE-amide dissolved in DMSO is diluted to 1 μM in assay buffer containing 400 μM ATP (unphosphorylated c-Met) or 160 uM ATP (phosphorylated c-Met). A 20 μL volume of enzyme solution (or assay buffer for the enzyme blank) is added to the appropriate wells in each plate and then 20 μL/well of substrate solution to initiate the reaction. The plate is protected from light and incubated at 25 °C for 90 minutes. The reaction is stopped by adding 20 μL of a solution containing 45 mM EDTA, 50 mM Tris-HCl, 50 mM NaCl, 0.4 mg/ml BSA, 200 nM SA-APC and 3 nM EUPy20. The plate is incubated for 15-30 minutes at room temperature and HTRF (homogenous time resolved fluorescence) is measured on a Perkin Elmer Fusion α-FP instrument. The HTRF program settings used are as follows: Primary excitation filter 330/30, Primary window: 200 uSec, Primary delay: 50 uSec, Number of flashes: 15, Well read time: 2000
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