Alanosine - CAS 16931-22-9
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Category:
Inhibitor
Product Name:
Alanosine
Catalog Number:
16931-22-9
Synonyms:
L-alanosine sodium; SDX-102.
CAS Number:
16931-22-9
Description:
L-alanosine is an amino acid analogue and antibiotic derived from the bacterium Streptomyces alanosinicus with antimetabolite and potential antineoplastic activities. L-alanosine inhibits adenylosuccinate synthetase, which converts inosine monophospate (IMP) into adenylosuccinate, an intermediate in purine metabolism. L-alanosine-induced disruption of de novo purine biosynthesis is potentiated by methylthioadenosine phosphorylase (MTAP) deficiency.
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Chemical Structure
CAS 16931-22-9 Alanosine

Reference Reading


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Bonomo J1, Lynch MD, Warnecke T, Price JV, Gill RT. Metab Eng. 2008 Mar;10(2):109-20. Epub 2007 Nov 5.
Classic strain engineering methods have previously been limited by the low-throughput of conventional sequencing technology. Here, we applied a new genomics technology, scalar analysis of library enrichments (SCALEs), to measure >3 million Escherichia coli genomic library clone enrichment patterns resulting from growth selections employing three aspartic-acid anti-metabolites. Our objective was to assess the extent to which access to genome-scale enrichment patterns would provide strain-engineering insights not reasonably accessible through the use of conventional sequencing. We determined that the SCALEs method identified a surprisingly large range of anti-metabolite tolerance regions (423, 865, or 909 regions for each of the three anti-metabolites) when compared to the number of regions (1-3 regions) indicated by conventional sequencing. Genome-scale methods uniquely enable the calculation of clone fitness values by providing concentration data for all clones within a genomic library before and after a period of selection.
2.Circadian pharmacology of L-alanosine (SDX-102) in mice.
Li XM1, Kanekal S, Crépin D, Guettier C, Carrière J, Elliott G, Lévi F. Mol Cancer Ther. 2006 Feb;5(2):337-46.
L-alanosine (SDX-102) exerts its cytotoxicity through inhibition of de novo purine biosynthesis, an effect potentiated by methylthioadenosine phosphorylase (MTAP) deficiency. The relevance of circadian dosing time was investigated for chronotherapeutic optimization of SDX-102. Toxicity was assessed in healthy mice following single (1,150, 1,650, or 1,850 mg/kg/d) or multiple doses (250 or 270 mg/kg/d). Efficacy was tested in mice with P388 leukemia receiving multiple doses (225 or 250 mg/kg/d). SDX-102 was administered at six circadian times 4 hours apart in mice synchronized with 12 hours of light alternating with 12 hours of darkness. MTAP expression was determined in liver, bone marrow, small intestinal mucosa, and P388 cells. Dosing at 19 hours after light onset reduced lethality 5-fold after single administration and 3-fold after multiple doses as compared with worst time [P < 0.001 and P < 0.01, respectively (chi2 test)]. Neutropenia, lymphopenia, and bone marrow hemorrhagic lesions were significantly less in mice dosed at 19 hours after light onset as compared with 7 hours after light onset.
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Gateways to Clinical Trials are a guide to the most recent clinical trials in current literature and congresses. The data in the following tables has been retrieved from the Clinical Trials Knowledge Area of Prous Science Intergrity, the drug discovery and development portal, http://integrity.prous.com. This issue focuses on the following selection of drugs: 249553, 2-Methoxyestradiol; Abatacept, Adalimumab, Adefovir dipivoxil, Agalsidase beta, Albinterferon alfa-2b, Aliskiren fumarate, Alovudine, Amdoxovir, Amlodipine besylate/atorvastatin calcium, Amrubicin hydrochloride, Anakinra, AQ-13, Aripiprazole, AS-1404, Asoprisnil, Atacicept, Atrasentan; Belimumab, Bevacizumab, Bortezomib, Bosentan, Botulinum toxin type B, Brivaracetam; Catumaxomab, Cediranib, Cetuximab, cG250, Ciclesonide, Cinacalcet hydrochloride, Curcumin, Cypher; Darbepoetin alfa, Denosumab, Dihydrexidine; Eicosapentaenoic acid/docosahexaenoic acid, Entecavir, Erlotinib hydrochloride, Escitalopram oxalate, Etoricoxib, Everolimus, Ezetimibe; Febuxostat, Fenspiride hydrochloride, Fondaparinux sodium; Gefitinib, Ghrelin (human), GSK-1562902A; HSV-tk/GCV; Iclaprim, Imatinib mesylate, Imexon, Indacaterol, Insulinotropin, ISIS-112989; L-Alanosine, Lapatinib ditosylate, Laropiprant; Methoxy polyethylene glycol-epoetin-beta, Mipomersen sodium, Motexafin gadolinium; Natalizumab, Nimotuzumab; OSC, Ozarelix; PACAP-38, Paclitaxel nanoparticles, Parathyroid Hormone-Related Protein-(1-36), Pasireotide, Pegfilgrastim, Peginterferon alfa-2a, Peginterferon alfa-2b, Pemetrexed disodium, Pertuzumab, Picoplatin, Pimecrolimus, Pitavastatin calcium, Plitidepsin; Ranelic acid distrontium salt, Ranolazine, Recombinant human relaxin H2, Regadenoson, RFB4(dsFv)-PE38, RO-3300074, Rosuvastatin calcium; SIR-Spheres, Solifenacin succinate, Sorafenib, Sunitinib malate; Tadalafil, Talabostat, Taribavirin hydrochloride, Taxus, Temsirolimus, Teriparatide, Tiotropium bromide, Tipifarnib, Tirapazamine, Tocilizumab; UCN-01, Ularitide, Uracil, Ustekinumab; V-260, Vandetanib, Vatalanib succinate, Vernakalant hydrochloride, Vorinostat; YM-155; Zileuton, Zoledronic acid monohydrate.
4.Downregulated MTAP expression in myxofibrosarcoma: A characterization of inactivating mechanisms, tumor suppressive function, and therapeutic relevance.
Li CF1, Fang FM2, Kung HJ3, Chen LT4, Wang JW5, Tsai JW6, Yu SC7, Wang YH8, Li SH9, Huang HY7. Oncotarget. 2014 Nov 30;5(22):11428-41.
Myxofibrosarcomas are genetically complex and involve recurrently deleted chromosome 9p, for which we characterized the pathogenically relevant target(s) using genomic profiling. In 12 of the 15 samples, we detected complete or partial losses of 9p. The only aggressiveness-associated, differentially lost region was 9p21.3, spanning the potential inactivated methylthioadenosine phosphorylase (MTAP) that exhibited homozygous (4/15) or hemizygous (3/15) deletions. In independent samples, MTAP gene status was assessed using quantitative- and methylation-specific PCR assays, and immunoexpression was evaluated. We applied MTAP reexpression or knockdown to elucidate the functional roles of MTAP and the therapeutic potential of L-alanosine in MTAP-preserved and MTAP-deficient myxofibrosarcoma cell lines and xenografts. MTAP protein deficiency (37%) was associated with MTAP gene inactivation (P < 0.001) by homozygous deletion or promoter methylation, and independently portended unfavorable metastasis-free survival (P = 0.