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Catalog No.S8663 Synonyms: EDHS-206
CAS No. 1111556-37-6
Takinib (EDHS-206) is a potent and selective TAK1 inhibitor with an IC50 of 9.5 nM, more than 1.5 log more potent than the second and third ranked targets, IRAK4 (120 nM) and IRAK1 (390 nM), respectively. Takinib induces apoptosis.
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|Description||Takinib (EDHS-206) is a potent and selective TAK1 inhibitor with an IC50 of 9.5 nM, more than 1.5 log more potent than the second and third ranked targets, IRAK4 (120 nM) and IRAK1 (390 nM), respectively. Takinib induces apoptosis.|
Takinib is an inhibitor of autophosphorylated and non-phosphorylated TAK1 that binds within the ATP-binding pocket and inhibits by slowing down the rate-limiting step of TAK1 activation. At 10 μM, Takinib shows significant inhibitory activity (<10% enzyme activity after exposure) on six serine/threonine kinases, including TAK1, IRAK4, IRAK1, GCK, CLK2, and MINK1. TAK1/MAP3K7 is most potently inhibited with a half maximal inhibitory concentration (IC50) value of 9.5 nM. In cell models of rheumatoid arthritis and metastatic breast cancer, Takinib treatment results in TNF-a-dependent induction of apoptosis due to inhibition of TAK1 as a key switch between survival and cell death. Takinib does not inhibit any of the MAP2Ks or MAP3Ks family members, i.e., MKK6/MAP2K6, MEKK1/ MAP3K1, MKK1/MAP2K1. Takinib also shows no efficacy toward the TAK1-closely related MAP3K5/ASK1. Takinib potently and selectively targets TAK1 and induces apoptosis in TNF-a-stimulated breast cancer and RA in vitro models.
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