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Molecular Weight(MW): 474.48
PF-03814735 is a novel, potent and reversible inhibitor of Aurora A/B with IC50of 0.8 nM/5 nM, is less potent to Flt3, FAK, TrkA, and minimally active to Met and FGFR1. Phase 1.
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|Description||PF-03814735 is a novel, potent and reversible inhibitor of Aurora A/B with IC50of 0.8 nM/5 nM, is less potent to Flt3, FAK, TrkA, and minimally active to Met and FGFR1. Phase 1.|
In intact cells, the inhibitory activity of PF-03814735 on the Aurora1 and Aurora2 kinases reduces levels of phospho-Aurora1 (Thr 232, a sensitive marker of Aurora1 activity, with IC50 ~ 20 nM), phosphohistone H3 (with IC50 ~ 50 nM), and phospho-Aurora2 (with IC50 ~150 nM). PF-03814735 produces a block in cytokinesis, resulting in inhibition of cell proliferation and the formation of polyploid multinucleated cells.  A recent research indicates small cell lung cancer (SCLC) and, to a lesser extent, colon cancer lines are very sensitive to PF-03814735. The status of the Myc gene family and retinoblastoma pathway members significantly correlates with the efficacy of PF-03814735. 
|In vivo||Once-daily oral dosing of ≥20 mg/kg of PF-03814735 for 10 days to mice bearing HCT-116 xenografts resulted in statistically significant and dose-dependent tumor growth inhibition of ≥50% relative to vehicle-treated mice. The inhibition is associated with a reduction in phosphorylated histone H3 levels. Significant single-agent antitumor efficacy is observed in five additional xenograft tumor models, including A2780 ovarian carcinoma, MDA-MB-231 breast carcinoma, colo-205 and SW620 colorectal carcinomas, and HL-60 acute promyelocytic leukemia.  In vivo experiments with two SCLC xenograft models confirms the sensitivity of Myc gene-driven models to PF-03814735 and a possible schedule dependence of MYC/c-Myc-driven tumors. |
Recombinant Kinase Assays:Aurora1 and Aurora2 proteins are produced as full-length His-tag recombinant proteins expressed in insect cells. For the Aurora2 kinase assay, phosphorylation of the substrate peptide by recombinant Aurora2 protein is assessed by a Z'-LYTE assay at 3 to 300 μM ATP and various concentrations of PF-03814735 over 60 minutes, at a substrate peptide concentration of 2 μM (biotinylated LRRWSLG, ×4). Phosphorylation is linear over this time for all conditions. For the Aurora1 kinase assay, phosphorylation of the substrate peptide by recombinant Aurora1 protein is assessed by a scintillation proximity assay in a 96-well plate format in which the incorporation of 33P into the peptide substrate (biotinylated LRRWSLG, ×4) is measured by capturing the peptide on a streptavidin scintillation proximity assay bead.
|In vitro||DMSO||0.4 mg/mL (0.84 mM)|
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