Molecular Weight(MW): 294.35
LMK-235 is a selective inhibitor of HDAC4 and HDAC5 with IC50 of 11.9 nM and 4.2 nM, respectively.
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Cells were exposed to HDAC Class II selective inhibitors LMK-235 or Nexturastat A (NA) at the indicated concentrations for 48 hrs and analyzed by Western blotting. Rom, romidepsin; Bel, belinostat, Pano, panobinostat; SAHA, suberoylanilide hydroxamic acid.
Oncotarget, 2016, 7(39):63829-63838. LMK-235 purchased from Selleck.
B, 5×106 293T, HeLa, A549, and H1299 cells were seeded in 10-cm dishes on day 0 and treated with dimethyl sulfoxide, 10 μM TMP269, 10 μM LMK-235, or butyrate as indicated for 12 h. Cell lysates were collected for Western blotting analysis of Apaf-1 and β-actin. D, 1×106 293T cells were plated in 10-cm dishes on day 0 and transfected with 2 μg of vector plasmids or plasmids encoding FLAG-HDAC1 as indicated on day 1. On day 3, the cells were treated with butyrate sodium solution for 12 h. Cell lysates were collected and subjected to Western blotting analysis of Apaf-1, HDAC1, FLAG, and GAPDH.
J Biol Chem, 2016, 291(14):7386-95.. LMK-235 purchased from Selleck.
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|Description||LMK-235 is a selective inhibitor of HDAC4 and HDAC5 with IC50 of 11.9 nM and 4.2 nM, respectively.|
LMK-235 causes HDAC inhibition with IC50 of <1 μM in human cancer cell lines with different sensitivity towards cisplatin. In breast cancer cell line MDA-MB-231, tongue cancer cell line Cal27, and esophagus cell line Kyse510 cell line, LMK-235 displays a high cytotoxicity, and markedly enhances the cytotoxicity of cisplatin.  In addition, LMK-235 also shows nanomolar activity against multiple malaria parasite life cycle stages. 
HDAC IC50 Profiling:The in vitro inhibitory activity of compounds against seven human HDAC isoforms (1, 2, 4 C2A, 5 C2A, 6, 8, and 11) are performed with a fluorescent based assay according to the company’s standard operating procedure. The IC50 values are determined using 10 different concentrations with 3-fold serial dilution starting at 10 μM. TSA and vorinostat are used as reference compounds.
|In vitro||DMSO||58 mg/mL (197.04 mM)|
|Ethanol||58 mg/mL (197.04 mM)|
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