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  • BLZ945 ;BLZ-945 BLZ945 ;BLZ-945

BLZ945 ;BLZ-945

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CAS No.: 953769-46-5
Catalog No.: 106245
Purity: 95%
MF: C20H22N4O3S
MW: 398.488
Storage: Room temperature
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BLZ945 is a potent, selective and brain-penetrant CSF-1R inhibitor with an IC50 of 1 nM, showing more than 1,000-fold selectivity against its closest receptor tyrosine kinase homologs.


IC50 & Target
IC50: 1 nM (CSF-1R), 3.2 μM (c-Kit), 4.8 μM (PDGFRβ), 9.1 μM (Flt3)[1]


In Vitro
Treatment of bone marrow-derived macrophages (BMDMs) with BLZ945 inhibits CSF-1-dependent proliferation (EC50=67 nM), and decreases CSF-1R phosphorylation, similar to CSF-1R antibody blockade. BLZ945 also reduces viability of CRL-2467 microglia, Ink4a/Arf−/− BMDMs (PDG genetic background), and NOD/SCID BMDMs. Importantly, BLZ945 treatment in culture does not affect proliferation of any PDG-derived tumor cell lines (all Csf-1r-negative), or U-87 MG human glioma cells, and PDG cell tumor sphere formation is unaffected. Thus, BLZ945 has no direct effects on glioma cells, and perturbs macrophage survival through CSF-1R inhibition[1].


In Vivo
Mice are treated with BLZ945 or vehicle, and evaluated for symptom-free survival. Median survival in the vehicle-treated cohort is 5.7 weeks. In striking contrast, BLZ945 significantly improves long-term survival with 64.3% surviving to the 26-week trial endpoint. This endpoint is chosen because Ink4a/Arf−/− mice develop spontaneous tumors, including lymphomas and sarcomas, beginning at ~30 weeks. BLZ945 is well-tolerated over long-term treatment, with no visible side-effects, consistent with histopathological studies. Histological grading revealed high-grade, invasive gliomas in all vehicle-treated mice. By contrast, BLZ945-treated animals have significantly less-malignant tumors, and no detectable lesions in 55.6% of asymptomatic mice at the endpoint[1]. Mice receiving BLZ945 shows reduced CSF1R staining in both cervical tumors and the associated stroma, with a significant decrease in CSF1R+ stromal macrophages relative to vehicle-treated mice (P<0.05)[2].


References
[1]. Pyonteck SM, et al. CSF-1R inhibition alters macrophage polarization and blocks glioma progression. Nat Med. 2013 Oct;19(10):1264-72.

[2]. Strachan DC, et al. CSF1R inhibition delays cervical and mammary tumor growth in murine models by attenuating the turnover of tumor-associated macrophages and enhancing infiltration by CD8+ T cells. Oncoimmunology. 2013 Dec 1;2(12):e26968.
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