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Molecular Weight(MW): 538.68
V-9302 is a competitive small molecule antagonist of transmembrane glutamine flux, that selectively and potently targets the amino acid transporter ASCT2 (SLC1A5) with an IC50 value of 9.6 μM for inhibition of glutamine uptake in HEK-293 cells.
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|Description||V-9302 is a competitive small molecule antagonist of transmembrane glutamine flux, that selectively and potently targets the amino acid transporter ASCT2 (SLC1A5) with an IC50 value of 9.6 μM for inhibition of glutamine uptake in HEK-293 cells.|
V-9302 inhibits ASCT2-mediated glutamine uptake in human cells in a concentration-dependent fashion and exhibits a 100-fold improvement in potency (IC50 V-9302 = 9.6 µM) over gamma-L-glutamyl-p-nitroanilide (GPNA; IC50 = 1000 µM).
Pharmacological blockade of ASCT2 with V-9302 results in attenuated cancer cell growth and proliferation, increases cell death, and increases oxidative stress, which collectively, contributes to anti-tumor responses in vitro and in murine models in vivo. The steady-state plasma concentrations are achieved 4 h post-administration, with a half-life of approximately 6 h in healthy mice. Following a single acute V-9302 exposure (4 h), plasma glucose levels are not significantly different than vehicle controls, yet plasma glutamine levels are elevated by approximately 50% in V-9302-treated mice compared to vehicle controls, likely a pharmacodynamic effect. Plasma glucose levels in mice chronically exposed to V-9302 or vehicle over a 21-day regimen are not significantly different, while plasma glutamine levels are slightly decreased.
|In vitro||DMSO||100 mg/mL (185.63 mM)|
|Water||100 mg/mL (185.63 mM)|
|Ethanol||100 mg/mL (185.63 mM)|
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