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IC50: 150, 500 and 400 nM for Aurora Kinase A, B and C respectively
Reversine is a novel Aurora kinases inhibitor. Aurora kinases are serine/threonine kinases playing a key role in mitotic regulation. Aurora A kinase resides at spindle poles during mitosis and is implicated in the control of centrosome maturation, duplication, and separation. Aurora B is part of a chromosome passenger complex and is implicated directly in the control of microtubule kinetochore attachment. Aurora kinases have emerged as valuable targets in cancer therapy.
In vitro: Reversine could be used to induce dedifferentiation of murine myoblasts. Previous reports also showed that reversine had a role in regeneration. Moreover, a recent report indicated reversine had anti-tumor capabilities for a myeloma cell line, as demonstrated by that reversine could suppress the expression of cell cycle related proteins Aurora kinase A and Aurora kinase B .
In vivo: The effects of reversine on tumor weight and volume were assessed using a murine model of cervical cancer with U14 cells, separately or combined with aspirin. The inhibition rate of cells in the combination group significantly increased; moreover, such combination could synergistically inhibit the proliferation of five cervical cancer cell lines. In the mouse model, tumor weight and volume of cervical cancer bearing mice were more reduced .
Clinical trial: N/A
 Qin HX,Yang J,Cui HK,Li SP,Zhang W,Ding XL,Xia YH. Synergistic antitumor activity of reversine combined with aspirin in cervical carcinoma in vitro and in vivo. Cytotechnology.2013 Aug;65(4):643-53.