Discovery of a selective catalytic p300/CBP inhibitor that targets lineage-specific tumours

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Discovery of a selective catalytic p300/CBP inhibitor that targets lineage-specific tumours. / Lasko, Loren M; Jakob, Clarissa G; Edalji, Rohinton P; Qiu, Wei; Montgomery, Debra; Digiammarino, Enrico L; Hansen, T Matt; Risi, Roberto M; Frey, Robin; Manaves, Vlasios; Shaw, Bailin; Algire, Mikkel; Hessler, Paul; Lam, Lloyd T; Uziel, Tamar; Faivre, Emily; Ferguson, Debra; Buchanan, Fritz G; Martin, Ruth L; Torrent, Maricel; Chiang, Gary G; Karukurichi, Kannan; Langston, J William; Weinert, Brian T; Choudhary, Chunaram; de Vries, Peter; Van Drie, John H; McElligott, David; Kesicki, Ed; Marmorstein, Ronen; Sun, Chaohong; Cole, Philip A; Rosenberg, Saul H; Michaelides, Michael R; Lai, Albert; Bromberg, Kenneth D.

In: Nature, Vol. 550, No. 7674, 05.10.2017, p. 128-132.

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Lasko, LM, Jakob, CG, Edalji, RP, Qiu, W, Montgomery, D, Digiammarino, EL, Hansen, TM, Risi, RM, Frey, R, Manaves, V, Shaw, B, Algire, M, Hessler, P, Lam, LT, Uziel, T, Faivre, E, Ferguson, D, Buchanan, FG, Martin, RL, Torrent, M, Chiang, GG, Karukurichi, K, Langston, JW, Weinert, BT, Choudhary, C, de Vries, P, Van Drie, JH, McElligott, D, Kesicki, E, Marmorstein, R, Sun, C, Cole, PA, Rosenberg, SH, Michaelides, MR, Lai, A & Bromberg, KD 2017, 'Discovery of a selective catalytic p300/CBP inhibitor that targets lineage-specific tumours', Nature, vol. 550, no. 7674, pp. 128-132. https://doi.org/10.1038/nature24028

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Lasko, L. M., Jakob, C. G., Edalji, R. P., Qiu, W., Montgomery, D., Digiammarino, E. L., ... Bromberg, K. D. (2017). Discovery of a selective catalytic p300/CBP inhibitor that targets lineage-specific tumours. Nature, 550(7674), 128-132. https://doi.org/10.1038/nature24028

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Lasko LM, Jakob CG, Edalji RP, Qiu W, Montgomery D, Digiammarino EL et al. Discovery of a selective catalytic p300/CBP inhibitor that targets lineage-specific tumours. Nature. 2017 Oct 5;550(7674):128-132. https://doi.org/10.1038/nature24028

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Lasko, Loren M ; Jakob, Clarissa G ; Edalji, Rohinton P ; Qiu, Wei ; Montgomery, Debra ; Digiammarino, Enrico L ; Hansen, T Matt ; Risi, Roberto M ; Frey, Robin ; Manaves, Vlasios ; Shaw, Bailin ; Algire, Mikkel ; Hessler, Paul ; Lam, Lloyd T ; Uziel, Tamar ; Faivre, Emily ; Ferguson, Debra ; Buchanan, Fritz G ; Martin, Ruth L ; Torrent, Maricel ; Chiang, Gary G ; Karukurichi, Kannan ; Langston, J William ; Weinert, Brian T ; Choudhary, Chunaram ; de Vries, Peter ; Van Drie, John H ; McElligott, David ; Kesicki, Ed ; Marmorstein, Ronen ; Sun, Chaohong ; Cole, Philip A ; Rosenberg, Saul H ; Michaelides, Michael R ; Lai, Albert ; Bromberg, Kenneth D. / Discovery of a selective catalytic p300/CBP inhibitor that targets lineage-specific tumours. In: Nature. 2017 ; Vol. 550, No. 7674. pp. 128-132.

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abstract = "The dynamic and reversible acetylation of proteins, catalysed by histone acetyltransferases (HATs) and histone deacetylases (HDACs), is a major epigenetic regulatory mechanism of gene transcription and is associated with multiple diseases. Histone deacetylase inhibitors are currently approved to treat certain cancers, but progress on the development of drug-like histone actyltransferase inhibitors has lagged behind. The histone acetyltransferase paralogues p300 and CREB-binding protein (CBP) are key transcriptional co-activators that are essential for a multitude of cellular processes, and have also been implicated in human pathological conditions (including cancer). Current inhibitors of the p300 and CBP histone acetyltransferase domains, including natural products, bi-substrate analogues and the widely used small molecule C646, lack potency or selectivity. Here, we describe A-485, a potent, selective and drug-like catalytic inhibitor of p300 and CBP. We present a high resolution (1.95 {\AA}) co-crystal structure of a small molecule bound to the catalytic active site of p300 and demonstrate that A-485 competes with acetyl coenzyme A (acetyl-CoA). A-485 selectively inhibited proliferation in lineage-specific tumour types, including several haematological malignancies and androgen receptor-positive prostate cancer. A-485 inhibited the androgen receptor transcriptional program in both androgen-sensitive and castration-resistant prostate cancer and inhibited tumour growth in a castration-resistant xenograft model. These results demonstrate the feasibility of using small molecule inhibitors to selectively target the catalytic activity of histone acetyltransferases, which may provide effective treatments for transcriptional activator-driven malignancies and diseases.",
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T1 - Discovery of a selective catalytic p300/CBP inhibitor that targets lineage-specific tumours

AU - Lasko, Loren M

AU - Jakob, Clarissa G

AU - Edalji, Rohinton P

AU - Qiu, Wei

AU - Montgomery, Debra

AU - Digiammarino, Enrico L

AU - Hansen, T Matt

AU - Risi, Roberto M

AU - Frey, Robin

AU - Manaves, Vlasios

AU - Shaw, Bailin

AU - Algire, Mikkel

AU - Hessler, Paul

AU - Lam, Lloyd T

AU - Uziel, Tamar

AU - Faivre, Emily

AU - Ferguson, Debra

AU - Buchanan, Fritz G

AU - Martin, Ruth L

AU - Torrent, Maricel

AU - Chiang, Gary G

AU - Karukurichi, Kannan

AU - Langston, J William

AU - Weinert, Brian T

AU - Choudhary, Chunaram

AU - de Vries, Peter

AU - Van Drie, John H

AU - McElligott, David

AU - Kesicki, Ed

AU - Marmorstein, Ronen

AU - Sun, Chaohong

AU - Cole, Philip A

AU - Rosenberg, Saul H

AU - Michaelides, Michael R

AU - Lai, Albert

AU - Bromberg, Kenneth D

PY - 2017/10/5

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N2 - The dynamic and reversible acetylation of proteins, catalysed by histone acetyltransferases (HATs) and histone deacetylases (HDACs), is a major epigenetic regulatory mechanism of gene transcription and is associated with multiple diseases. Histone deacetylase inhibitors are currently approved to treat certain cancers, but progress on the development of drug-like histone actyltransferase inhibitors has lagged behind. The histone acetyltransferase paralogues p300 and CREB-binding protein (CBP) are key transcriptional co-activators that are essential for a multitude of cellular processes, and have also been implicated in human pathological conditions (including cancer). Current inhibitors of the p300 and CBP histone acetyltransferase domains, including natural products, bi-substrate analogues and the widely used small molecule C646, lack potency or selectivity. Here, we describe A-485, a potent, selective and drug-like catalytic inhibitor of p300 and CBP. We present a high resolution (1.95 Å) co-crystal structure of a small molecule bound to the catalytic active site of p300 and demonstrate that A-485 competes with acetyl coenzyme A (acetyl-CoA). A-485 selectively inhibited proliferation in lineage-specific tumour types, including several haematological malignancies and androgen receptor-positive prostate cancer. A-485 inhibited the androgen receptor transcriptional program in both androgen-sensitive and castration-resistant prostate cancer and inhibited tumour growth in a castration-resistant xenograft model. These results demonstrate the feasibility of using small molecule inhibitors to selectively target the catalytic activity of histone acetyltransferases, which may provide effective treatments for transcriptional activator-driven malignancies and diseases.

AB - The dynamic and reversible acetylation of proteins, catalysed by histone acetyltransferases (HATs) and histone deacetylases (HDACs), is a major epigenetic regulatory mechanism of gene transcription and is associated with multiple diseases. Histone deacetylase inhibitors are currently approved to treat certain cancers, but progress on the development of drug-like histone actyltransferase inhibitors has lagged behind. The histone acetyltransferase paralogues p300 and CREB-binding protein (CBP) are key transcriptional co-activators that are essential for a multitude of cellular processes, and have also been implicated in human pathological conditions (including cancer). Current inhibitors of the p300 and CBP histone acetyltransferase domains, including natural products, bi-substrate analogues and the widely used small molecule C646, lack potency or selectivity. Here, we describe A-485, a potent, selective and drug-like catalytic inhibitor of p300 and CBP. We present a high resolution (1.95 Å) co-crystal structure of a small molecule bound to the catalytic active site of p300 and demonstrate that A-485 competes with acetyl coenzyme A (acetyl-CoA). A-485 selectively inhibited proliferation in lineage-specific tumour types, including several haematological malignancies and androgen receptor-positive prostate cancer. A-485 inhibited the androgen receptor transcriptional program in both androgen-sensitive and castration-resistant prostate cancer and inhibited tumour growth in a castration-resistant xenograft model. These results demonstrate the feasibility of using small molecule inhibitors to selectively target the catalytic activity of histone acetyltransferases, which may provide effective treatments for transcriptional activator-driven malignancies and diseases.

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