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Biological Activity for YH 239-EE
YH 239-EE is a MDM2 inhibitor. Disrupts MDM2-p53 and activates p53 activity in vitro. Prevents mitotic catastrophe and promotes survival of aged muscle stem cells (muSCs). Also inhibits proliferation of AML cells in vitro.
Technical Data for YH 239-EE
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References for YH 239-EE
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Huang et al (2014) Discovery of highly potent p53-MDM2 antagonists and structural basis for anti-acute myeloid leukemia activities. ACS Chem.Biol. 9 802 PMID: 24405416
Liu et al (2018) Impaired notch signaling leads to a decrease in p53 activity and mitotic catastrophe in aged muscle stem cells. Cell Stem Cell. 23 544 PMID: 30244867
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