Cat.No.ABP000427 Chemical NameGDC-0879/GDC0879 MolFormulaC19H18N4O2 MolWeight334.3718 Purity >99%

Chemical Name : GDC-0879/GDC0879

CAS : 905281-76-7

Synonyms: (E)-2,3-Dihydro-5-[1-(2-hydroxyethy l)-3-(4-pyridinyl)-1H-pyrazol-4-yl]-1H-inden-1-one oxime

Storage:-20C 2 years


GDC-0879 is a highly selective, novel potent, orally bioavailable B-Raf inhibitor in various in vitro and cell-based assays with an IC50 estimate of 0.13 nM against purified B-Raf V600E enzyme and a cellular pERK IC50 of 63 nM in the MALME-3M cell line.For this compound, subnanomolar enzyme potency translated into very effective reduction of cellular viability of BRAF-mutant Malme3M cells (EC50 values were 0.75 umol/L for GDC-0879).In GDC-0879-treated mice, both cell line- and patient-derived BRAFV600E tumors exhibited stronger and more sustained pharmacodynamic inhibition (>90% for 8 hours) and improved survival compared with mutant KRAS-expressing tumors.

Whereas GDC-0879–mediated efficacy was associated strictly with BRAFV600E status, MEK inhibition also attenuated proliferation and tumor growth of cell lines expressing wild-type BRAF (81% KRAS mutant, 38% KRAS wild type). The responsiveness of BRAFV600E melanoma cells to GDC-0879 could be dramatically altered by pharmacologic and genetic modulation of phosphatidylinositol 3-kinase pathway activity. These data suggest that GDC-0879–induced signaling changes are dependent on the point of oncogenic activation within the RAS network


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