CCG-203971 is an inhibitor of the Rho/MKL1/SRF transcriptional pathway, which has been shown to play a role in metastasis of melanoma and breast cancer and clinically associated with castration-resistant prostate cancer. CCG-203971 is a second-generation analog of CCG-1423 (SML0987) with an IC50 of 4.2 μM vs 1 μM for CCG-1423, but less cytotoxicity. In mouse studies, CCG-203971 inhibited invasion of PC-3 prostate cancer cells and was well tolerated up to doses of 100 mg/kg IP over 5 days.
The Rho/MRTF/SRF pathway has also been shown to be involved in multiple types of solid organ fibrosis. CCG-203971 repressed both matrix-stiffness and TGF-β-mediated fibrogenesis in human colonic myofibroblasts and showed antifibrotic activity in a murine model of skin injury and in pulmonary fibrosis lung fibroblasts.
|Body Surface Area (m2)||0.007||0.025||0.15||0.05||0.02||0.5|
|Animal A (mg/kg) = Animal B (mg/kg) multiplied by||Animal B Km|
|Animal A Km|
For example, to modify the dose of Compound A used for a mouse (20 mg/kg) to a dose based on the BSA for a rat, multiply 20 mg/kg by the Km factor for a mouse and then divide by the Km factor for a rat. This calculation results in a rat equivalent dose for Compound A of 10 mg/kg.
|Solubility||DMSO ≥ 70 mg/mL|
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