Molecular Weight(MW): 517.60
MGCD-265 is a potent, multi-target and ATP-competitive inhibitor of c-Met and VEGFR1/2/3 with IC50 of 1 nM, 3 nM/3 nM/4 nM, respectively; also inhibits Ron and Tie2. Phase 1/2.
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c-MET/RON inhibitors restore sensitivity to lapatinib in SK-BR-3-LR cells. The concentration used was 0.1 uM for crizotinib, MGCD-265, XL880, sunitinib, dasatinib, TAE-684, and RON inhibitor I. Columns, means; bars, SEMs (n = 3). The phosphorylation of HER2, AKT and ERK1/2 was determined by Western blotting.
Cancer Lett 2013 340(1), 43-50. MGCD-265 analog purchased from Selleck.
Immunoblot analysis for FRS2, AKT, and ERK activity for NCI-H2077 cells treated for 48 hours with DMSO, BGJ398, or additional kinase inhibitors as indicated, or combination treatment as indicated (Tram, trametinib; LDC, LDC1267; LOXO, LOXO-101; Imat, imatinib; MGCD, MGCG-265).
Mol Cancer Ther, 2018, 17(7):1526-1539. MGCD-265 analog purchased from Selleck.
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|Description||MGCD-265 is a potent, multi-target and ATP-competitive inhibitor of c-Met and VEGFR1/2/3 with IC50 of 1 nM, 3 nM/3 nM/4 nM, respectively; also inhibits Ron and Tie2. Phase 1/2.|
MGCD-265 is a multi-target inhibitor of receptor tyrosine kinases. MGCD-265 potently inhibits Met, MetY1235D, MetM1250T, VEGFR1, VEGF2, VEGF3, Ron, and Tie2, with IC50 values ranging from 1 nM to 7 nM.  MGCD-265 inhibits cell proliferation both in c-Met-driven tumor cells (MKN45, MNNG-HOS, and SNU-5) and in non-c-Met-driven tumor cells (HCT116 and MDA-MB-231), with IC50 values of 6 nM–30 nM and 1 μM–3 μM, respectively. In serum starved MKN45 cells, MGCD-265 (40 nM–5 μM) effectively inhibits c-Met phosphorylation and its downstream signaling pathways, including Erk, Akt, Stat3, and Fak. MGCD-265 (6 nM–1 μM) also induces apoptosis in MKN45 cells. 
|In vivo||In c-Met-driven or non-c-Met-driven mice xenograft models of MKN45, U87MG, MDA-MB-231, COLO205, and A549 tumor cells, MGCD-265 (20 mg/kg–60 mg/kg) inhibits tumor growth and c-Met signaling. MGCD-265 (40 mg/kg) also downregulates genes involved in angiogenesis, including VEGF and IL-8, both in tumor and plasma of mice with U87MG xenograft. MGCD-265 also inhibits the plasma level of shed-Met. |
|In vitro||DMSO||104 mg/mL (200.92 mM)|
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