Molecular Weight(MW): 284.27
KRIBB11 abolishes the heat shock-induced luciferase activity with an IC50 of 1.2 μM. It is an inhibitor of the transcription factor Heat Shock Factor 1 (HSF1).
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|Description||KRIBB11 abolishes the heat shock-induced luciferase activity with an IC50 of 1.2 μM. It is an inhibitor of the transcription factor Heat Shock Factor 1 (HSF1).|
KRIBB11 inhibits HSF1 activity in a concentration-dependent manner. It down-regulates HSP70 and HSP27. KRIBB11 can inhibit cancer cell proliferation, arrests the cell cycle at G2/M phase and induces apoptosis. But it does not inhibit heat shock-induced recruitment of HSF1 to the hsp70 promoter or phosphorylation of HSF1 Ser-230. KRIBB11 inhibits heat shock-induced recruitment of pTEFb to the hsp70 promoter and p-TEFb-dependent Phosphorylation of polⅡ CTD Ser-2.
|In vivo||Using a mouse xenograft model, KRIBB11 treatment decreases tumor volume by 47% compared with untreated control mice. In addition, HSP70 protein levels are significantly decreased in tumors from mice treated with KRIBB11, supporting the notion that KRIBB11 exerts its in vivo antitumor activity through HSF1 inhibition.|
|In vitro||DMSO||3 mg/mL (10.55 mM)|
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