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Molecular Weight(MW): 640.68
UM-164 is a highly potent, dual c-Src/p38inhibitor of c-Src with a binding constant Kd of 2.7 nM for c-Src and inhibits both p38α and p38β.
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|Description||UM-164 is a highly potent, dual c-Src/p38inhibitor of c-Src with a binding constant Kd of 2.7 nM for c-Src and inhibits both p38α and p38β.|
UM-164 binds the inactive kinase conformation of c-Src. UM-164 alters the cell localization of c-Src in TNBC (anti-triple-negative breast cancer) cells. It has potent antiproliferative activity (average GI50 = 160 nmol/L) in all TNBC cell lines tested. UM-164 is a potent inhibitor of p38α and p38β. p38 MAPK phosphorylation is completely absent in SUM 149 cells treated with 50 nmol/L of UM-164. UM-164 can suppress both cell motility and invasion of MDA-MB 231 and SUM 149 cell lines with an IC50 = 50 nmol/L. FAK phosphorylation is inhibited by UM-164 in SUM 149 cells. UM-164 also efficiently reduces activation of EGFR (at both Tyr-845 and Tyr-1068), AKT, and ERK1/2, all of which are not direct targets of UM-164..
|In vivo||In xenograft models of TNBC (anti-triple-negative breast cancer), UM-164 results in a significant decrease of tumor growth compared with controls, with limited in vivo toxicity.|
|In vitro||DMSO||100 mg/mL (156.08 mM)|
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