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Biological Activity for Salirasib
Salirasib is an inhibitor of active Ras proteins. Displaces active Ras from the plasma membrane; impairs downstream signaling and inhibits proliferation of endometrial carcinoma cells. Also facilitates Ras degradation. Shown to induce autophagy in several human cancer cell lines.
Technical Data for Salirasib
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References for Salirasib
References are publications that support the biological activity of the product.
Schmukler et al (2013) Ras inhibition enhances autophagy, which partially protects cells from death. Oncotarget 4 142 PMID: 23370967
Faigenbaum et al (2013) Growth of poorly differentiated endometrial carcinoma is inhibited by combined action of medroxyprogesterone acetate and the Ras inhibitor Salirasib. Oncotarget 4 316 PMID: 23530112
Haklai et al (1998) Dislodgement and accelerated degradation of Ras. Biochemistry 37 1306 PMID: 9477957
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2 Citations for Salirasib
Citations are publications that use Tocris products. Selected citations for Salirasib include:
Li et al (2018) Is Ras a potential target in treatment against cutaneous squamous cell carcinoma?. J Cancer 9 3373 PMID: 30271499
Lee et al (2015) A systems-biological study on the identification of safe and effective molecular targets for the reduction of ultraviolet B-induced skin pigmentation. J Virol 5 10305 PMID: 25980672
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Human osteosarcoma cells were incubated with 20 μM Salirasib for 30 min prior to treatment with 10 μM LPA to estimate COX-2 expression using Western blot analysis. Salirasib abolished LPA-induced COX-2 expression.
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