Prodrug. Metabolizes to sulindac sulfide, a cyclooxgenase inhibitor that represses ras signaling, and sulindac sulfone, an antitumor agent, following oral administration in vivo. Widely used anti-inflammatory agent.
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Haanen (2001) Sulindac and its derivatives: a novel class of anticancer agents. Curr.Opin.Investig.Drugs 2 677 PMID: 11569947
Shen and Winter (1977) Chemical and biological studies on indomethacin, sulindac and their analogs. Adv.Drug Res. 12 90 PMID: 343530
Taylor et al (2000) Sulindac sulfone inhibits K-ras-dependent cyclooxygenase-2 expression in human colon cancer cells. Cancer Res. 60 6607 PMID: 11118042
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Hagen et al (2015) Comparative Multi-Donor Study of IFNγ Secretion and Expression by Human PBMCs Using ELISPOT Side-by-Side with ELISA and Flow Cytometry Assays. Cells 4 84 PMID: 25679284
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