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Mcl-1 inhibitor; disrupts Mcl-1-Bim interaction and induces Mcl-1 proteasomal degradation. Exhibits no effect on Bcl-XL-Bim interaction. Selectively induces apoptosis in Mcl-1-dependent K562 leukemia cells. Sensitizes K562 and Raji cells to ABT-737-induced apoptosis.
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Doi et al (2012) Discovery of marinopyrrole A (maritoclax) as a selective Mcl-1 antagonist that overcomes ABT-737 resistance by binding to and targeting Mcl-1 for proteasomal degradation. J.Biol.Chem. 287 10224 PMID: 22311987
Pandey et al (2013) Proteasomal degradation of Mcl-1 by maritoclax induces apoptosis and enhances the efficacy of ABT-737 in melanoma cells. PLoS ONE 8 e78570 PMID: 24223823
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