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(+)-JQ-1 Chemical Structure
|Product name: (+)-JQ-1|
|Cat. No.: HY-13030|
(+)-JQ1 is a BET bromodomain inhibitor, with IC50 of 77 nM/33 nM for BRD4(1/2).
IC50 Value: 77 nM(for BRD4(1)); 33 nM( for BRD4(2))
in vitro: (+)-JQ1 enantiomer binds directly into the Kac binding site of BET bromodomains. (+)-JQ1 (500 nM) binds BRD4 competitively with chromatin resulting in differentiation and growth arrest of NMC cells. (+)-JQ1 (500 nM) attenuates rapid proliferation of NMC 797 and Per403 cell lines as demonstrated by reduced Ki67 staining. (+)-JQ1 (500 nM) potently decreases expression of both BRD4 target genes in NMC 797 cells. (+)-JQ1 inhibits cellular viability with IC50 of 4 nM in NMC 11060 cells. (+)-JQ1 results in robust inhibition of MYC expression in MM cell lines. (+)-JQ1 inhibits proliferating of KMS-34 and LR5 with IC50 of 68 nM and 98 nM, respectively. (+)-JQ1 (500 nM)-treated MM.1S cells results in a pronounced decrease in the proportion of cells in S-phase, with a concomitant increase in cells arrested in G0/G1. (+)-JQ1 (500 nM) results in pronounced cellular senescence by beta-galactosidase staining. (+)-JQ1 (800 nM) exposure leads to a significant reduction in cell viability among the majority of CD138+ patient-derived MM samples tested. (+)-JQ1 inhibits growth of LP-1 cells with GI50 of 98 nM. (+)-JQ1 (625 nM) results in an increase in the percentage of LP-1 cells in G0/G1. (+)-JQ1 (500 nM) suppresses the expression of MYC, BRD4 and CDK9 in LP-1 cells.
in vivo: (+)-JQ1 (50 mg/kg) inhibits tumors growth in mice with NMC 797 xenografts. (+)-JQ1 (50 mg/kg) results in effacement of NUT nuclear speckles in mice with NMC 797 xenografts, consistent with competitive binding to nuclear chromatin. (+)-JQ1 (50 mg/kg) induces strong (grade 31) keratin expression in NMC 797 xenografts. (+)-JQ1 (50 mg/kg) promotes differentiation, tumor regression and prolonged survival in mice models of NMC xenografts. (+)-JQ1 (50 mg/kg) results in a significant prolongation in overall survival of SCID-beige mice orthotopically xenografted after intravenous injection with MM.1S-luc+ cells compared to vehicle-treated animals. (+)-JQ1 (50 mg/kg i.p.) leads to a highly significant increase in survival of mice bearing Raji xenografts.
|M.Wt||456.99||Storage||Please store the product under the recommended conditions in the Certificate of Analysis.|
|Solvent & Solubility||
DMSO: ≥ 45 mg/mL
|1 mg||5 mg||10 mg|
|1 mM||2.1882 mL||10.9412 mL||21.8823 mL|
|5 mM||0.4376 mL||2.1882 mL||4.3765 mL|
|10 mM||0.2188 mL||1.0941 mL||2.1882 mL|
. Selective inhibition of BET bromodomains By Filippakopoulos, Panagis; Qi, Jun; Picaud, Sarah; Shen, Yao; Smith, William B.; Fedorov, Oleg; Morse, Elizabeth M.; Keates, Tracey; Hickman, Tyler T.; Felletar, Ildiko; et al From Nature. 2010 Dec 23;468(7327):1067-73. Epub 2010 Sep 24.
Epigenetic proteins are intently pursued targets in ligand discovery. So far, successful efforts have been limited to chromatin modifying enzymes, or so-called epigenetic 'writers' and 'erasers'. Potent inhibitors of histone binding modules have not yet been described. Here we report a cell-permeable small molecule (JQ1) that binds competitively to acetyl-lysine recognition motifs, or bromodomains. High potency and specificity towards a subset of human bromodomains is explained by co-crystal structures with bromodomain and extra-terminal (BET) family member BRD4, revealing excellent shape complementarity with the acetyl-lysine binding cavity. Recurrent translocation of BRD4 is observed in a genetically-defined, incurable subtype of human squamous carcinoma. Competitive binding by JQ1 displaces the BRD4 fusion oncoprotein from chromatin, prompting squamous differentiation and specific antiproliferative effects in BRD4-dependent cell lines and patient-derived xenograft models. ...
CAS No.: 1268524-71-5 In-stock