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CCT128930 is a potent and selective inhibitor of Akt2 (IC50 6 nM) with 28-fold selectivity over the closely related PKA kinase (IC50 168 nM), as well as 20-fold selectivity over p70S6K (IC50 120 nM).
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6 nM (IC50)
CCT128930 exhibits marked antiproliferative activity and inhibits the phosphorylation of a range of Akt substrates in multiple tumor cell lines in vitro, consistent with Akt inhibition. CCT128930 causes a G1 arrest in PTEN-null U87MG human glioblastoma cells, consistent with Akt pathway blockade. CCT128930 is a potent ATP-competitive Akt inhibitor, which is initially screened at 10 µM against a panel of kinases representative of the human protein kinome. In view of the potential of ATP-competitive inhibitors to cross-react with the closely related AGC class of kinases, the IC50 of CCT128930 against selected AGC kinases is determined. The GI50 values of CCT128930 for growth inhibition are 6.3 μM±2.2 (n=3) for U87MG human glioblastoma cells, 0.35 μM±0.11 (n=4) for LNCaP human prostate cancer cells, and 1.9 μM±0.80 (n=5) for PC3 human prostate cancer cells, all of which are PTEN-deficient human tumor cell lines.
The pharmacokinetics of CCT128930 after a single dose of 25 mg/kg are shown. Following i.v. administration, CCT128930 reaches a peak concentration of 6.4 µM in plasma and is eliminated with a relatively short half-life, high volume of distribution and rapid clearance, giving an AUC0-∞ of 4.6 µMh. Following i.p. administration, the peak plasma drug concentration is 4-fold lower and the plasma clearance is similar to that observed i.v..The corresponding AUC0-∞ is 1.3 µMh, giving an i.p. bioavailability of 29%.
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