Investigated for use/treatment in breast cancer, head and neck cancer, melanoma, lung cancer, lymphoma (non-hodgkin’s), prostate cancer, renal cell carcinoma, and cancer/tumors (unspecified).
Mode of Action:
Binding of Ixabepilone to beta-tubulins (e.g. beta-III tubulin) stabilizes microtubules. Microtubules are essential to cell division, and epothilones therefore stop cells from properly dividing. Like taxol, Ixabepilone binds to the αβ-tubulin heterodimer subunit. Once bound, the rate of αβ-tubulin dissociation decreases, thus stabilizing the microtubules.
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API’s From Quality Manufacturers:
Cost effective materials based on specific requirements
Small quantities for initial research and larger development quantities towards product commercialization
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