Ba/F3 Xenograft Model

Ba/F3 Xenograft Overview

Figure: Subcutaneous KC-1027-Ba/F3-ERBB2-A775-G776-insYVMA Murine Model

Protein kinases have become popular targets in the treatment of cancer and other diseases. Since 2001, the FDA has approved more than 70 kinase inhibitor drugs. However, due to innate or acquired resistance in tumors, most of these small molecule inhibitors only delay tumor progression. The development of next-generation kinase inhibitors with better specificity and lower resistance is ongoing.

Ba/F3 is a mouse pro-B cell line that relies on IL-3 for survival and proliferation. Following transduction with driver genes, such as kinase genes or their mutants, Ba/F3 cells shift from IL-3 dependence to dependence on the driver gene. This transformation makes Ba/F3 cells a potent tool for discovering new kinase inhibitors.

The KYINNO team has constructed over 700 Ba/F3 engineered cell lines that have been stably transfected with kinase gene mutants. These Ba/F3 kinase cell lines have undergone comprehensive validation through sequencing, western blotting, and inhibitor testing. They cover many popular kinases, including EGFR (>150 cell lines), RAS (80 cell lines), FGFR (55 cell lines), ERBB2 (49 cell lines), MET (41 cell lines), RET (39 cell lines), BCR-ABL (37 cell lines), EML4-ALK (33 cell lines), FLT3 (26 cell lines), and more. Most of these transformed Ba/F3 cell lines can be employed for xenograft models in immunodeficient mice.

Utilizing these Ba/F3 kinase cell line-derived xenograft models, we have established an in vivo screening platform to assess the efficacy and toxicity of candidate drugs against specific kinase mutation types. Additionally, we compare these candidates with previous-generation drugs. In summary, our data indicate that xenograft models derived from Ba/F3 kinase cell lines are potent tools for discovering next-generation kinase inhibitors.

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