Molecular Weight(MW): 474.57
MX69 is a MDM2/XIAP inhibitor that binds to MDM2 RING protein with binding Kd values of 2.34 μM. It is used for cancer treatment.
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|Description||MX69 is a MDM2/XIAP inhibitor that binds to MDM2 RING protein with binding Kd values of 2.34 μM. It is used for cancer treatment.|
MX69 inhibits expression of both MDM2 and XIAP in a time- and dose-dependent manner. MX69 induces ubiquitination of endogenous MDM2 in cancer cells. Downregulation of MDM2 by MX69 is through induction of MDM2 self-ubiquitination and degradation. Half-life of MDM2 in control-treated EU-1 cells is greater than 90 min, whereas MX69 treatment decreases the MDM2 half-life to <30 min. In SK-N-SH cells with stably transfected either wild-type (WT)-MDM2 or mutant MDM2-C464A, Treatment with MX69 significantly inhibits expression and increased the turnover of WT-MDM2 but not MDM2-C464A. MX69 significantly enhances the p53 half-life in WT-MDM2 but not mutant MDM2-C464A-transfected SK-N-SH cells. p53 is stabilized and accumulates in MX69-treated cells. MX69-mediated inhibition of XIAP is MDM2 dependent. Treatment of MX69 activates caspases 3, 7, and 9 as well as the cleavage of the death substrate PARP. MX69 also exhibits a significant cytotoxic effect on both ALL and NB lines(cancer cell lines), particularly those lines with MDM2 overexpression and a WTp53 phenotype. MX69-induced cell death is indeed due to apoptosis. MX69-induced cell apoptosis and death are dependent on MDM2, p53, and XIAP expression. MX69 shows minimal inhibitory effect on normal human bone marrow in vitro.
|In vivo||MX69 has significant apoptotic and anti-proliferative effects on MDM2-expressing cancer cells in vivo. MX69 is well tolerated in animals due to the fact that normal cells/tissues express little or no MDM2. No evidence of toxicity after treatment with MX69 at the 100 mg/kg dose. MDM2-specific agent MX69 should not activate either on-target (e.g., p53 induction) or off-target signaling pathways in normal cells. Thus, specific MDM2 inhibitors such as MX69 may be excellent candidates for targeted therapy of refractory cancers expressing high levels of MDM2.|
|In vitro||DMSO||95 mg/mL (200.18 mM)|
|Ethanol||41 mg/mL (86.39 mM)|
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