Molecular Weight(MW): 506.64
R428 (BGB324) is an inhibitor of Axl with IC50 of 14 nM, >100-fold selective for Axl versus Abl. Selectivty for Axl is also greater than Mer and Tyro3 (50-to-100- fold more selective) and InsR, EGFR, HER2, and PDGFRβ (100- fold more selective).
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|Description||R428 (BGB324) is an inhibitor of Axl with IC50 of 14 nM, >100-fold selective for Axl versus Abl. Selectivty for Axl is also greater than Mer and Tyro3 (50-to-100- fold more selective) and InsR, EGFR, HER2, and PDGFRβ (100- fold more selective).|
R428 blocks the catalytic and procancerous activities of Axl. R428 inhibits Axl with low nanomolar activity and blocks Axl-dependent events, including Akt phosphorylation, breast cancer cell invasion, and proinflammatory cytokine production.  In a recent study, the Axl inhibitor R428 shows a mean IC50 dose of ∼ 2.0μM for the primary CLL B cells after 24 hours of treatment and normal B-, T-, and natural killer (NK) cells show no significant amount of cell death at this dose of R428 (2.5 μM) under similar experimental conditions. 
|In vivo||Pharmacologic investigations reveal favorable exposure after oral administration such that R428-treated tumors display a dose-dependent reduction in expression of the cytokine granulocyte macrophage colony-stimulating factor and the epithelial-mesenchymal transition transcriptional regulator Snail. In support of an earlier study, R428 inhibits angiogenesis in corneal micropocket and tumor models. R428 administration reduces metastatic burden and extends survival in MDA-MB-231 intracardiac and 4T1 orthotopic (median survival, >80 days compared with 52 days; P < 0.05) mouse models of breast cancer metastasis. |
|In vitro||DMSO||6 mg/mL warmed (11.84 mM)|
|In vivo||Add solvents to the product individually and in order(Data is from Selleck tests instead of citations):
5% DMSO+corn oil
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Could you please let me know whether this compound is an enantiomer or it is in its racemic form?
Our S2841 R428 is S enantiomer, and its e.e. value (enantiomeric purity) >98%.