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71461073 83930 1 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 6.0 pEC50 = 6 Functional
Agonist activity at CXCR3 expressed in HEK293 cells by [35S]GTPgamma binding assayAgonist activity at CXCR3 expressed in HEK293 cells by [35S]GTPgamma binding assay
ChEMBL 472 5 0 0 6.5 CC1(C)[C@H]2CC=C(C[N+](C)(C)Cc3ccc(-c4ccccc4I)cc3)[C@@H]1C2 10.1021/jm301240t
71461074 83930 1 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 6.0 pEC50 = 6 Functional
Agonist activity at CXCR3 expressed in HEK293 cells by [35S]GTPgamma binding assayAgonist activity at CXCR3 expressed in HEK293 cells by [35S]GTPgamma binding assay
ChEMBL 472 5 0 0 6.5 CC1(C)[C@H]2CC=C(C[N+](C)(C)Cc3ccc(-c4ccccc4I)cc3)[C@@H]1C2 10.1021/jm301240t
CHEMBL2181443 83930 1 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 6.0 pEC50 = 6 Functional
Agonist activity at CXCR3 expressed in HEK293 cells by [35S]GTPgamma binding assayAgonist activity at CXCR3 expressed in HEK293 cells by [35S]GTPgamma binding assay
ChEMBL 472 5 0 0 6.5 CC1(C)[C@H]2CC=C(C[N+](C)(C)Cc3ccc(-c4ccccc4I)cc3)[C@@H]1C2 10.1021/jm301240t
CHEMBL2221034 83930 1 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 6.0 pEC50 = 6 Functional
Agonist activity at CXCR3 expressed in HEK293 cells by [35S]GTPgamma binding assayAgonist activity at CXCR3 expressed in HEK293 cells by [35S]GTPgamma binding assay
ChEMBL 472 5 0 0 6.5 CC1(C)[C@H]2CC=C(C[N+](C)(C)Cc3ccc(-c4ccccc4I)cc3)[C@@H]1C2 10.1021/jm301240t
127032486 138306 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 6.0 pEC50 = 6.0 Functional
Positive allosteric modulation of human CXCR3 expressed in HEK293T cell membranes after 30 mins by [35S]GTPgammaS incorporation assayPositive allosteric modulation of human CXCR3 expressed in HEK293T cell membranes after 30 mins by [35S]GTPgammaS incorporation assay
ChEMBL 744 16 3 6 6.7 CC(C)(C)OC(=O)NCCCC[C@@H](NC(=O)[C@@H]1Cc2ccccc2CN1C(=O)CCC(=O)c1ccccc1)C(=O)NCC(c1ccccc1)c1ccccc1 10.1021/acs.jmedchem.5b01965
CHEMBL3786631 138306 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 6.0 pEC50 = 6.0 Functional
Positive allosteric modulation of human CXCR3 expressed in HEK293T cell membranes after 30 mins by [35S]GTPgammaS incorporation assayPositive allosteric modulation of human CXCR3 expressed in HEK293T cell membranes after 30 mins by [35S]GTPgammaS incorporation assay
ChEMBL 744 16 3 6 6.7 CC(C)(C)OC(=O)NCCCC[C@@H](NC(=O)[C@@H]1Cc2ccccc2CN1C(=O)CCC(=O)c1ccccc1)C(=O)NCC(c1ccccc1)c1ccccc1 10.1021/acs.jmedchem.5b01965
127030694 138420 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 6.0 pEC50 = 6.0 Binding
Positive allosteric modulation of ProLink1-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader methodPositive allosteric modulation of ProLink1-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader method
ChEMBL 644 15 3 5 5.2 NCCCC[C@@H](NC(=O)[C@@H]1Cc2ccccc2CN1C(=O)CCC(=O)c1ccccc1)C(=O)NCC(c1ccccc1)c1ccccc1 10.1021/acs.jmedchem.5b01965
CHEMBL3786670 138420 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 6.0 pEC50 = 6.0 Binding
Positive allosteric modulation of ProLink1-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader methodPositive allosteric modulation of ProLink1-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader method
ChEMBL 644 15 3 5 5.2 NCCCC[C@@H](NC(=O)[C@@H]1Cc2ccccc2CN1C(=O)CCC(=O)c1ccccc1)C(=O)NCC(c1ccccc1)c1ccccc1 10.1021/acs.jmedchem.5b01965
CHEMBL3787750 138420 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 6.0 pEC50 = 6.0 Binding
Positive allosteric modulation of ProLink1-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader methodPositive allosteric modulation of ProLink1-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader method
ChEMBL 644 15 3 5 5.2 NCCCC[C@@H](NC(=O)[C@@H]1Cc2ccccc2CN1C(=O)CCC(=O)c1ccccc1)C(=O)NCC(c1ccccc1)c1ccccc1 10.1021/acs.jmedchem.5b01965
127031899 138286 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 7.0 pEC50 = 7.0 Binding
Positive allosteric modulation of ProLink1-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader methodPositive allosteric modulation of ProLink1-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader method
ChEMBL 744 16 3 6 6.7 CC(C)(C)OC(=O)N[C@H](CCCCNC(=O)[C@@H]1Cc2ccccc2CN1C(=O)CCC(=O)c1ccccc1)C(=O)NCC(c1ccccc1)c1ccccc1 10.1021/acs.jmedchem.5b01965
CHEMBL3786480 138286 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 7.0 pEC50 = 7.0 Binding
Positive allosteric modulation of ProLink1-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader methodPositive allosteric modulation of ProLink1-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader method
ChEMBL 744 16 3 6 6.7 CC(C)(C)OC(=O)N[C@H](CCCCNC(=O)[C@@H]1Cc2ccccc2CN1C(=O)CCC(=O)c1ccccc1)C(=O)NCC(c1ccccc1)c1ccccc1 10.1021/acs.jmedchem.5b01965
127030694 138420 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 5.9 pEC50 = 5.9 Functional
Positive allosteric modulation of human CXCR3 expressed in HEK293T cell membranes after 30 mins by [35S]GTPgammaS incorporation assayPositive allosteric modulation of human CXCR3 expressed in HEK293T cell membranes after 30 mins by [35S]GTPgammaS incorporation assay
ChEMBL 644 15 3 5 5.2 NCCCC[C@@H](NC(=O)[C@@H]1Cc2ccccc2CN1C(=O)CCC(=O)c1ccccc1)C(=O)NCC(c1ccccc1)c1ccccc1 10.1021/acs.jmedchem.5b01965
CHEMBL3786670 138420 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 5.9 pEC50 = 5.9 Functional
Positive allosteric modulation of human CXCR3 expressed in HEK293T cell membranes after 30 mins by [35S]GTPgammaS incorporation assayPositive allosteric modulation of human CXCR3 expressed in HEK293T cell membranes after 30 mins by [35S]GTPgammaS incorporation assay
ChEMBL 644 15 3 5 5.2 NCCCC[C@@H](NC(=O)[C@@H]1Cc2ccccc2CN1C(=O)CCC(=O)c1ccccc1)C(=O)NCC(c1ccccc1)c1ccccc1 10.1021/acs.jmedchem.5b01965
CHEMBL3787750 138420 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 5.9 pEC50 = 5.9 Functional
Positive allosteric modulation of human CXCR3 expressed in HEK293T cell membranes after 30 mins by [35S]GTPgammaS incorporation assayPositive allosteric modulation of human CXCR3 expressed in HEK293T cell membranes after 30 mins by [35S]GTPgammaS incorporation assay
ChEMBL 644 15 3 5 5.2 NCCCC[C@@H](NC(=O)[C@@H]1Cc2ccccc2CN1C(=O)CCC(=O)c1ccccc1)C(=O)NCC(c1ccccc1)c1ccccc1 10.1021/acs.jmedchem.5b01965
127031313 138351 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 5.9 pEC50 = 5.9 Functional
Positive allosteric modulation of human CXCR3 expressed in HEK293T cell membranes after 30 mins by [35S]GTPgammaS incorporation assayPositive allosteric modulation of human CXCR3 expressed in HEK293T cell membranes after 30 mins by [35S]GTPgammaS incorporation assay
ChEMBL 822 17 3 8 6.1 CC(C)(C)OC(=O)N[C@@H](CCCCNC(=O)[C@@H]1Cc2ccccc2CN1C(=O)CCC(=O)c1ccc(S(C)(=O)=O)cc1)C(=O)NCC(c1ccccc1)c1ccccc1 10.1021/acs.jmedchem.5b01965
CHEMBL3787121 138351 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 5.9 pEC50 = 5.9 Functional
Positive allosteric modulation of human CXCR3 expressed in HEK293T cell membranes after 30 mins by [35S]GTPgammaS incorporation assayPositive allosteric modulation of human CXCR3 expressed in HEK293T cell membranes after 30 mins by [35S]GTPgammaS incorporation assay
ChEMBL 822 17 3 8 6.1 CC(C)(C)OC(=O)N[C@@H](CCCCNC(=O)[C@@H]1Cc2ccccc2CN1C(=O)CCC(=O)c1ccc(S(C)(=O)=O)cc1)C(=O)NCC(c1ccccc1)c1ccccc1 10.1021/acs.jmedchem.5b01965
127032166 138416 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 6.9 pEC50 = 6.9 Binding
Positive allosteric modulation of ProLink2-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader methodPositive allosteric modulation of ProLink2-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader method
ChEMBL 658 16 3 5 5.6 N[C@@H](CCCCNC(=O)[C@@H]1Cc2ccccc2CN1C(=O)CCCC(=O)c1ccccc1)C(=O)NCC(c1ccccc1)c1ccccc1 10.1021/acs.jmedchem.5b01965
CHEMBL3785622 138416 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 6.9 pEC50 = 6.9 Binding
Positive allosteric modulation of ProLink2-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader methodPositive allosteric modulation of ProLink2-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader method
ChEMBL 658 16 3 5 5.6 N[C@@H](CCCCNC(=O)[C@@H]1Cc2ccccc2CN1C(=O)CCCC(=O)c1ccccc1)C(=O)NCC(c1ccccc1)c1ccccc1 10.1021/acs.jmedchem.5b01965
CHEMBL3787717 138416 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 6.9 pEC50 = 6.9 Binding
Positive allosteric modulation of ProLink2-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader methodPositive allosteric modulation of ProLink2-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader method
ChEMBL 658 16 3 5 5.6 N[C@@H](CCCCNC(=O)[C@@H]1Cc2ccccc2CN1C(=O)CCCC(=O)c1ccccc1)C(=O)NCC(c1ccccc1)c1ccccc1 10.1021/acs.jmedchem.5b01965
71455657 83880 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 5.9 pEC50 = 5.9 Functional
Agonist activity at CXCR3 expressed in HEK293 cells by [35S]GTPgamma binding assayAgonist activity at CXCR3 expressed in HEK293 cells by [35S]GTPgamma binding assay
ChEMBL 474 5 0 0 6.6 CC1(C)[C@H]2CC[C@@H](C[N+](C)(C)Cc3ccc(-c4ccccc4I)cc3)[C@@H]1C2 10.1021/jm301240t
CHEMBL2181446 83880 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 5.9 pEC50 = 5.9 Functional
Agonist activity at CXCR3 expressed in HEK293 cells by [35S]GTPgamma binding assayAgonist activity at CXCR3 expressed in HEK293 cells by [35S]GTPgamma binding assay
ChEMBL 474 5 0 0 6.6 CC1(C)[C@H]2CC[C@@H](C[N+](C)(C)Cc3ccc(-c4ccccc4I)cc3)[C@@H]1C2 10.1021/jm301240t
CHEMBL2220411 83880 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 5.9 pEC50 = 5.9 Functional
Agonist activity at CXCR3 expressed in HEK293 cells by [35S]GTPgamma binding assayAgonist activity at CXCR3 expressed in HEK293 cells by [35S]GTPgamma binding assay
ChEMBL 474 5 0 0 6.6 CC1(C)[C@H]2CC[C@@H](C[N+](C)(C)Cc3ccc(-c4ccccc4I)cc3)[C@@H]1C2 10.1021/jm301240t
71450270 83884 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 5.9 pEC50 = 5.9 Functional
Agonist activity at CXCR3 expressed in HEK293 cells by [35S]GTPgamma binding assayAgonist activity at CXCR3 expressed in HEK293 cells by [35S]GTPgamma binding assay
ChEMBL 360 5 0 0 6.2 Cc1ccccc1-c1ccc(C[N+](C)(C)CC2=CC[C@H]3C[C@@H]2C3(C)C)cc1 10.1021/jm301240t
CHEMBL2181464 83884 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 5.9 pEC50 = 5.9 Functional
Agonist activity at CXCR3 expressed in HEK293 cells by [35S]GTPgamma binding assayAgonist activity at CXCR3 expressed in HEK293 cells by [35S]GTPgamma binding assay
ChEMBL 360 5 0 0 6.2 Cc1ccccc1-c1ccc(C[N+](C)(C)CC2=CC[C@H]3C[C@@H]2C3(C)C)cc1 10.1021/jm301240t
CHEMBL2220445 83884 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 5.9 pEC50 = 5.9 Functional
Agonist activity at CXCR3 expressed in HEK293 cells by [35S]GTPgamma binding assayAgonist activity at CXCR3 expressed in HEK293 cells by [35S]GTPgamma binding assay
ChEMBL 360 5 0 0 6.2 Cc1ccccc1-c1ccc(C[N+](C)(C)CC2=CC[C@H]3C[C@@H]2C3(C)C)cc1 10.1021/jm301240t
71459297 83889 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 5.9 pEC50 = 5.9 Functional
Agonist activity at CXCR3 expressed in HEK293 cells by [35S]GTPgamma binding assayAgonist activity at CXCR3 expressed in HEK293 cells by [35S]GTPgamma binding assay
ChEMBL 364 5 0 0 6.1 CC1(C)[C@H]2CC=C(C[N+](C)(C)Cc3ccc(-c4ccccc4F)cc3)[C@@H]1C2 10.1021/jm301240t
CHEMBL2181451 83889 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 5.9 pEC50 = 5.9 Functional
Agonist activity at CXCR3 expressed in HEK293 cells by [35S]GTPgamma binding assayAgonist activity at CXCR3 expressed in HEK293 cells by [35S]GTPgamma binding assay
ChEMBL 364 5 0 0 6.1 CC1(C)[C@H]2CC=C(C[N+](C)(C)Cc3ccc(-c4ccccc4F)cc3)[C@@H]1C2 10.1021/jm301240t
CHEMBL2220493 83889 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 5.9 pEC50 = 5.9 Functional
Agonist activity at CXCR3 expressed in HEK293 cells by [35S]GTPgamma binding assayAgonist activity at CXCR3 expressed in HEK293 cells by [35S]GTPgamma binding assay
ChEMBL 364 5 0 0 6.1 CC1(C)[C@H]2CC=C(C[N+](C)(C)Cc3ccc(-c4ccccc4F)cc3)[C@@H]1C2 10.1021/jm301240t
71455653 83892 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 4.9 pEC50 = 4.9 Functional
Agonist activity at CXCR3 expressed in HEK293 cells by [35S]GTPgamma binding assayAgonist activity at CXCR3 expressed in HEK293 cells by [35S]GTPgamma binding assay
ChEMBL 376 6 0 1 5.9 COc1ccccc1-c1ccc(C[N+](C)(C)CC2=CC[C@H]3C[C@@H]2C3(C)C)cc1 10.1021/jm301240t
CHEMBL2181441 83892 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 4.9 pEC50 = 4.9 Functional
Agonist activity at CXCR3 expressed in HEK293 cells by [35S]GTPgamma binding assayAgonist activity at CXCR3 expressed in HEK293 cells by [35S]GTPgamma binding assay
ChEMBL 376 6 0 1 5.9 COc1ccccc1-c1ccc(C[N+](C)(C)CC2=CC[C@H]3C[C@@H]2C3(C)C)cc1 10.1021/jm301240t
CHEMBL2220506 83892 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 4.9 pEC50 = 4.9 Functional
Agonist activity at CXCR3 expressed in HEK293 cells by [35S]GTPgamma binding assayAgonist activity at CXCR3 expressed in HEK293 cells by [35S]GTPgamma binding assay
ChEMBL 376 6 0 1 5.9 COc1ccccc1-c1ccc(C[N+](C)(C)CC2=CC[C@H]3C[C@@H]2C3(C)C)cc1 10.1021/jm301240t
71457439 82377 2 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 5.9 pEC50 = 5.9 Binding
Positive allosteric modulation of ProLink1-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader methodPositive allosteric modulation of ProLink1-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader method
ChEMBL 644 15 3 5 5.2 NCCCC[C@H](NC(=O)[C@@H]1Cc2ccccc2CN1C(=O)CCC(=O)c1ccccc1)C(=O)NCC(c1ccccc1)c1ccccc1 10.1021/acs.jmedchem.5b01965
CHEMBL2181467 82377 2 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 5.9 pEC50 = 5.9 Binding
Positive allosteric modulation of ProLink1-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader methodPositive allosteric modulation of ProLink1-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader method
ChEMBL 644 15 3 5 5.2 NCCCC[C@H](NC(=O)[C@@H]1Cc2ccccc2CN1C(=O)CCC(=O)c1ccccc1)C(=O)NCC(c1ccccc1)c1ccccc1 10.1021/acs.jmedchem.5b01965
CHEMBL3787171 82377 2 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 5.9 pEC50 = 5.9 Binding
Positive allosteric modulation of ProLink1-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader methodPositive allosteric modulation of ProLink1-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader method
ChEMBL 644 15 3 5 5.2 NCCCC[C@H](NC(=O)[C@@H]1Cc2ccccc2CN1C(=O)CCC(=O)c1ccccc1)C(=O)NCC(c1ccccc1)c1ccccc1 10.1021/acs.jmedchem.5b01965
127032747 138202 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 5.9 pEC50 = 5.9 Functional
Positive allosteric modulation of human CXCR3 expressed in HEK293T cell membranes after 30 mins by [35S]GTPgammaS incorporation assayPositive allosteric modulation of human CXCR3 expressed in HEK293T cell membranes after 30 mins by [35S]GTPgammaS incorporation assay
ChEMBL 744 16 3 6 6.7 CC(C)(C)OC(=O)NCCCC[C@H](NC(=O)[C@@H]1Cc2ccccc2CN1C(=O)CCC(=O)c1ccccc1)C(=O)NCC(c1ccccc1)c1ccccc1 10.1021/acs.jmedchem.5b01965
CHEMBL3785515 138202 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 5.9 pEC50 = 5.9 Functional
Positive allosteric modulation of human CXCR3 expressed in HEK293T cell membranes after 30 mins by [35S]GTPgammaS incorporation assayPositive allosteric modulation of human CXCR3 expressed in HEK293T cell membranes after 30 mins by [35S]GTPgammaS incorporation assay
ChEMBL 744 16 3 6 6.7 CC(C)(C)OC(=O)NCCCC[C@H](NC(=O)[C@@H]1Cc2ccccc2CN1C(=O)CCC(=O)c1ccccc1)C(=O)NCC(c1ccccc1)c1ccccc1 10.1021/acs.jmedchem.5b01965
127031899 138286 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 6.9 pEC50 = 6.9 Binding
Positive allosteric modulation of ProLink2-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader methodPositive allosteric modulation of ProLink2-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader method
ChEMBL 744 16 3 6 6.7 CC(C)(C)OC(=O)N[C@H](CCCCNC(=O)[C@@H]1Cc2ccccc2CN1C(=O)CCC(=O)c1ccccc1)C(=O)NCC(c1ccccc1)c1ccccc1 10.1021/acs.jmedchem.5b01965
CHEMBL3786480 138286 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 6.9 pEC50 = 6.9 Binding
Positive allosteric modulation of ProLink2-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader methodPositive allosteric modulation of ProLink2-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader method
ChEMBL 744 16 3 6 6.7 CC(C)(C)OC(=O)N[C@H](CCCCNC(=O)[C@@H]1Cc2ccccc2CN1C(=O)CCC(=O)c1ccccc1)C(=O)NCC(c1ccccc1)c1ccccc1 10.1021/acs.jmedchem.5b01965
127032750 138257 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 6.8 pEC50 = 6.8 Binding
Positive allosteric modulation of ProLink1-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader methodPositive allosteric modulation of ProLink1-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader method
ChEMBL 758 17 3 6 7.1 CC(C)(C)OC(=O)N[C@@H](CCCCNC(=O)[C@@H]1Cc2ccccc2CN1C(=O)CCCC(=O)c1ccccc1)C(=O)NCC(c1ccccc1)c1ccccc1 10.1021/acs.jmedchem.5b01965
CHEMBL3786152 138257 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 6.8 pEC50 = 6.8 Binding
Positive allosteric modulation of ProLink1-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader methodPositive allosteric modulation of ProLink1-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader method
ChEMBL 758 17 3 6 7.1 CC(C)(C)OC(=O)N[C@@H](CCCCNC(=O)[C@@H]1Cc2ccccc2CN1C(=O)CCCC(=O)c1ccccc1)C(=O)NCC(c1ccccc1)c1ccccc1 10.1021/acs.jmedchem.5b01965
127032164 138415 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 6.8 pEC50 = 6.8 Binding
Positive allosteric modulation of ProLink1-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader methodPositive allosteric modulation of ProLink1-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader method
ChEMBL 644 15 3 5 5.2 N[C@@H](CCCCNC(=O)[C@@H]1Cc2ccccc2CN1C(=O)CCC(=O)c1ccccc1)C(=O)NCC(c1ccccc1)c1ccccc1 10.1021/acs.jmedchem.5b01965
CHEMBL3786535 138415 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 6.8 pEC50 = 6.8 Binding
Positive allosteric modulation of ProLink1-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader methodPositive allosteric modulation of ProLink1-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader method
ChEMBL 644 15 3 5 5.2 N[C@@H](CCCCNC(=O)[C@@H]1Cc2ccccc2CN1C(=O)CCC(=O)c1ccccc1)C(=O)NCC(c1ccccc1)c1ccccc1 10.1021/acs.jmedchem.5b01965
CHEMBL3787716 138415 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 6.8 pEC50 = 6.8 Binding
Positive allosteric modulation of ProLink1-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader methodPositive allosteric modulation of ProLink1-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader method
ChEMBL 644 15 3 5 5.2 N[C@@H](CCCCNC(=O)[C@@H]1Cc2ccccc2CN1C(=O)CCC(=O)c1ccccc1)C(=O)NCC(c1ccccc1)c1ccccc1 10.1021/acs.jmedchem.5b01965
127032169 138417 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 6.8 pEC50 = 6.8 Binding
Positive allosteric modulation of ProLink1-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader methodPositive allosteric modulation of ProLink1-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader method
ChEMBL 484 11 4 4 3.3 N[C@@H](CCCCNC(=O)[C@@H]1Cc2ccccc2CN1)C(=O)NCC(c1ccccc1)c1ccccc1 10.1021/acs.jmedchem.5b01965
CHEMBL3787326 138417 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 6.8 pEC50 = 6.8 Binding
Positive allosteric modulation of ProLink1-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader methodPositive allosteric modulation of ProLink1-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader method
ChEMBL 484 11 4 4 3.3 N[C@@H](CCCCNC(=O)[C@@H]1Cc2ccccc2CN1)C(=O)NCC(c1ccccc1)c1ccccc1 10.1021/acs.jmedchem.5b01965
CHEMBL3787718 138417 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 6.8 pEC50 = 6.8 Binding
Positive allosteric modulation of ProLink1-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader methodPositive allosteric modulation of ProLink1-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader method
ChEMBL 484 11 4 4 3.3 N[C@@H](CCCCNC(=O)[C@@H]1Cc2ccccc2CN1)C(=O)NCC(c1ccccc1)c1ccccc1 10.1021/acs.jmedchem.5b01965
71457436 83886 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 5.8 pEC50 = 5.8 Functional
Agonist activity at CXCR3 expressed in HEK293 cells by [35S]GTPgamma binding assayAgonist activity at CXCR3 expressed in HEK293 cells by [35S]GTPgamma binding assay
ChEMBL 472 5 0 0 6.5 CC1(C)[C@@H]2C=C(C[N+](C)(C)Cc3ccc(-c4ccccc4I)cc3)C[C@H]1C2 10.1021/jm301240t
CHEMBL2181448 83886 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 5.8 pEC50 = 5.8 Functional
Agonist activity at CXCR3 expressed in HEK293 cells by [35S]GTPgamma binding assayAgonist activity at CXCR3 expressed in HEK293 cells by [35S]GTPgamma binding assay
ChEMBL 472 5 0 0 6.5 CC1(C)[C@@H]2C=C(C[N+](C)(C)Cc3ccc(-c4ccccc4I)cc3)C[C@H]1C2 10.1021/jm301240t
CHEMBL2220478 83886 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 5.8 pEC50 = 5.8 Functional
Agonist activity at CXCR3 expressed in HEK293 cells by [35S]GTPgamma binding assayAgonist activity at CXCR3 expressed in HEK293 cells by [35S]GTPgamma binding assay
ChEMBL 472 5 0 0 6.5 CC1(C)[C@@H]2C=C(C[N+](C)(C)Cc3ccc(-c4ccccc4I)cc3)C[C@H]1C2 10.1021/jm301240t
71452094 83890 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 5.8 pEC50 = 5.8 Functional
Agonist activity at CXCR3 expressed in HEK293 cells by [35S]GTPgamma binding assayAgonist activity at CXCR3 expressed in HEK293 cells by [35S]GTPgamma binding assay
ChEMBL 380 5 0 0 6.6 CC1(C)[C@H]2CC=C(C[N+](C)(C)Cc3ccc(-c4ccccc4Cl)cc3)[C@@H]1C2 10.1021/jm301240t
CHEMBL2181452 83890 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 5.8 pEC50 = 5.8 Functional
Agonist activity at CXCR3 expressed in HEK293 cells by [35S]GTPgamma binding assayAgonist activity at CXCR3 expressed in HEK293 cells by [35S]GTPgamma binding assay
ChEMBL 380 5 0 0 6.6 CC1(C)[C@H]2CC=C(C[N+](C)(C)Cc3ccc(-c4ccccc4Cl)cc3)[C@@H]1C2 10.1021/jm301240t
CHEMBL2220494 83890 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 5.8 pEC50 = 5.8 Functional
Agonist activity at CXCR3 expressed in HEK293 cells by [35S]GTPgamma binding assayAgonist activity at CXCR3 expressed in HEK293 cells by [35S]GTPgamma binding assay
ChEMBL 380 5 0 0 6.6 CC1(C)[C@H]2CC=C(C[N+](C)(C)Cc3ccc(-c4ccccc4Cl)cc3)[C@@H]1C2 10.1021/jm301240t
127030990 138327 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 6.8 pEC50 = 6.8 Binding
Positive allosteric modulation of ProLink1-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader methodPositive allosteric modulation of ProLink1-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader method
ChEMBL 682 15 3 6 5.4 CC(=O)CCC(=O)N1Cc2ccccc2C[C@H]1C(=O)NCCCC[C@H](NC(=O)OC(C)(C)C)C(=O)NCC(c1ccccc1)c1ccccc1 10.1021/acs.jmedchem.5b01965
CHEMBL3786864 138327 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 6.8 pEC50 = 6.8 Binding
Positive allosteric modulation of ProLink1-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader methodPositive allosteric modulation of ProLink1-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader method
ChEMBL 682 15 3 6 5.4 CC(=O)CCC(=O)N1Cc2ccccc2C[C@H]1C(=O)NCCCC[C@H](NC(=O)OC(C)(C)C)C(=O)NCC(c1ccccc1)c1ccccc1 10.1021/acs.jmedchem.5b01965
127032750 138257 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 6.8 pEC50 = 6.8 Binding
Positive allosteric modulation of ProLink2-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader methodPositive allosteric modulation of ProLink2-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader method
ChEMBL 758 17 3 6 7.1 CC(C)(C)OC(=O)N[C@@H](CCCCNC(=O)[C@@H]1Cc2ccccc2CN1C(=O)CCCC(=O)c1ccccc1)C(=O)NCC(c1ccccc1)c1ccccc1 10.1021/acs.jmedchem.5b01965
CHEMBL3786152 138257 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 6.8 pEC50 = 6.8 Binding
Positive allosteric modulation of ProLink2-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader methodPositive allosteric modulation of ProLink2-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader method
ChEMBL 758 17 3 6 7.1 CC(C)(C)OC(=O)N[C@@H](CCCCNC(=O)[C@@H]1Cc2ccccc2CN1C(=O)CCCC(=O)c1ccccc1)C(=O)NCC(c1ccccc1)c1ccccc1 10.1021/acs.jmedchem.5b01965
127032166 138416 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 6.7 pEC50 = 6.7 Binding
Positive allosteric modulation of ProLink1-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader methodPositive allosteric modulation of ProLink1-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader method
ChEMBL 658 16 3 5 5.6 N[C@@H](CCCCNC(=O)[C@@H]1Cc2ccccc2CN1C(=O)CCCC(=O)c1ccccc1)C(=O)NCC(c1ccccc1)c1ccccc1 10.1021/acs.jmedchem.5b01965
CHEMBL3785622 138416 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 6.7 pEC50 = 6.7 Binding
Positive allosteric modulation of ProLink1-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader methodPositive allosteric modulation of ProLink1-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader method
ChEMBL 658 16 3 5 5.6 N[C@@H](CCCCNC(=O)[C@@H]1Cc2ccccc2CN1C(=O)CCCC(=O)c1ccccc1)C(=O)NCC(c1ccccc1)c1ccccc1 10.1021/acs.jmedchem.5b01965
CHEMBL3787717 138416 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 6.7 pEC50 = 6.7 Binding
Positive allosteric modulation of ProLink1-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader methodPositive allosteric modulation of ProLink1-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader method
ChEMBL 658 16 3 5 5.6 N[C@@H](CCCCNC(=O)[C@@H]1Cc2ccccc2CN1C(=O)CCCC(=O)c1ccccc1)C(=O)NCC(c1ccccc1)c1ccccc1 10.1021/acs.jmedchem.5b01965
127030984 138376 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 6.7 pEC50 = 6.7 Binding
Positive allosteric modulation of ProLink2-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader methodPositive allosteric modulation of ProLink2-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader method
ChEMBL 584 12 4 5 4.8 CC(C)(C)OC(=O)N[C@@H](CCCCNC(=O)[C@@H]1Cc2ccccc2CN1)C(=O)NCC(c1ccccc1)c1ccccc1 10.1021/acs.jmedchem.5b01965
CHEMBL3787404 138376 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 6.7 pEC50 = 6.7 Binding
Positive allosteric modulation of ProLink2-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader methodPositive allosteric modulation of ProLink2-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader method
ChEMBL 584 12 4 5 4.8 CC(C)(C)OC(=O)N[C@@H](CCCCNC(=O)[C@@H]1Cc2ccccc2CN1)C(=O)NCC(c1ccccc1)c1ccccc1 10.1021/acs.jmedchem.5b01965
127032455 138392 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 6.7 pEC50 = 6.7 Binding
Positive allosteric modulation of ProLink2-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader methodPositive allosteric modulation of ProLink2-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader method
ChEMBL 716 15 3 5 6.7 CC(C)(C)OC(=O)N[C@@H](CCCCNC(=O)[C@@H]1Cc2ccccc2CN1C(=O)CCc1ccccc1)C(=O)NCC(c1ccccc1)c1ccccc1 10.1021/acs.jmedchem.5b01965
CHEMBL3787609 138392 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 6.7 pEC50 = 6.7 Binding
Positive allosteric modulation of ProLink2-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader methodPositive allosteric modulation of ProLink2-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader method
ChEMBL 716 15 3 5 6.7 CC(C)(C)OC(=O)N[C@@H](CCCCNC(=O)[C@@H]1Cc2ccccc2CN1C(=O)CCc1ccccc1)C(=O)NCC(c1ccccc1)c1ccccc1 10.1021/acs.jmedchem.5b01965
71453926 83895 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 5.7 pEC50 = 5.7 Functional
Agonist activity at CXCR3 expressed in HEK293 cells by [35S]GTPgamma binding assayAgonist activity at CXCR3 expressed in HEK293 cells by [35S]GTPgamma binding assay
ChEMBL 414 5 0 0 7.2 CC1(C)[C@H]2CC=C(C[N+](C)(C)Cc3ccc(-c4c(Cl)cccc4Cl)cc3)[C@@H]1C2 10.1021/jm301240t
CHEMBL2181460 83895 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 5.7 pEC50 = 5.7 Functional
Agonist activity at CXCR3 expressed in HEK293 cells by [35S]GTPgamma binding assayAgonist activity at CXCR3 expressed in HEK293 cells by [35S]GTPgamma binding assay
ChEMBL 414 5 0 0 7.2 CC1(C)[C@H]2CC=C(C[N+](C)(C)Cc3ccc(-c4c(Cl)cccc4Cl)cc3)[C@@H]1C2 10.1021/jm301240t
CHEMBL2220526 83895 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 5.7 pEC50 = 5.7 Functional
Agonist activity at CXCR3 expressed in HEK293 cells by [35S]GTPgamma binding assayAgonist activity at CXCR3 expressed in HEK293 cells by [35S]GTPgamma binding assay
ChEMBL 414 5 0 0 7.2 CC1(C)[C@H]2CC=C(C[N+](C)(C)Cc3ccc(-c4c(Cl)cccc4Cl)cc3)[C@@H]1C2 10.1021/jm301240t
127030984 138376 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 5.7 pEC50 = 5.7 Functional
Positive allosteric modulation of human CXCR3 expressed in HEK293T cell membranes after 30 mins by [35S]GTPgammaS incorporation assayPositive allosteric modulation of human CXCR3 expressed in HEK293T cell membranes after 30 mins by [35S]GTPgammaS incorporation assay
ChEMBL 584 12 4 5 4.8 CC(C)(C)OC(=O)N[C@@H](CCCCNC(=O)[C@@H]1Cc2ccccc2CN1)C(=O)NCC(c1ccccc1)c1ccccc1 10.1021/acs.jmedchem.5b01965
CHEMBL3787404 138376 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 5.7 pEC50 = 5.7 Functional
Positive allosteric modulation of human CXCR3 expressed in HEK293T cell membranes after 30 mins by [35S]GTPgammaS incorporation assayPositive allosteric modulation of human CXCR3 expressed in HEK293T cell membranes after 30 mins by [35S]GTPgammaS incorporation assay
ChEMBL 584 12 4 5 4.8 CC(C)(C)OC(=O)N[C@@H](CCCCNC(=O)[C@@H]1Cc2ccccc2CN1)C(=O)NCC(c1ccccc1)c1ccccc1 10.1021/acs.jmedchem.5b01965
127032169 138417 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 5.7 pEC50 = 5.7 Functional
Positive allosteric modulation of human CXCR3 expressed in HEK293T cell membranes after 30 mins by [35S]GTPgammaS incorporation assayPositive allosteric modulation of human CXCR3 expressed in HEK293T cell membranes after 30 mins by [35S]GTPgammaS incorporation assay
ChEMBL 484 11 4 4 3.3 N[C@@H](CCCCNC(=O)[C@@H]1Cc2ccccc2CN1)C(=O)NCC(c1ccccc1)c1ccccc1 10.1021/acs.jmedchem.5b01965
CHEMBL3787326 138417 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 5.7 pEC50 = 5.7 Functional
Positive allosteric modulation of human CXCR3 expressed in HEK293T cell membranes after 30 mins by [35S]GTPgammaS incorporation assayPositive allosteric modulation of human CXCR3 expressed in HEK293T cell membranes after 30 mins by [35S]GTPgammaS incorporation assay
ChEMBL 484 11 4 4 3.3 N[C@@H](CCCCNC(=O)[C@@H]1Cc2ccccc2CN1)C(=O)NCC(c1ccccc1)c1ccccc1 10.1021/acs.jmedchem.5b01965
CHEMBL3787718 138417 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 5.7 pEC50 = 5.7 Functional
Positive allosteric modulation of human CXCR3 expressed in HEK293T cell membranes after 30 mins by [35S]GTPgammaS incorporation assayPositive allosteric modulation of human CXCR3 expressed in HEK293T cell membranes after 30 mins by [35S]GTPgammaS incorporation assay
ChEMBL 484 11 4 4 3.3 N[C@@H](CCCCNC(=O)[C@@H]1Cc2ccccc2CN1)C(=O)NCC(c1ccccc1)c1ccccc1 10.1021/acs.jmedchem.5b01965
127030985 138256 1 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 6.6 pEC50 = 6.6 Binding
Positive allosteric modulation of ProLink1-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader methodPositive allosteric modulation of ProLink1-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader method
ChEMBL 744 16 3 6 6.7 CC(C)(C)OC(=O)N[C@@H](CCCCNC(=O)[C@@H]1Cc2ccccc2CN1C(=O)CCC(=O)c1ccccc1)C(=O)NCC(c1ccccc1)c1ccccc1 10.1021/acs.jmedchem.5b01965
CHEMBL3786144 138256 1 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 6.6 pEC50 = 6.6 Binding
Positive allosteric modulation of ProLink1-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader methodPositive allosteric modulation of ProLink1-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader method
ChEMBL 744 16 3 6 6.7 CC(C)(C)OC(=O)N[C@@H](CCCCNC(=O)[C@@H]1Cc2ccccc2CN1C(=O)CCC(=O)c1ccccc1)C(=O)NCC(c1ccccc1)c1ccccc1 10.1021/acs.jmedchem.5b01965
127030990 138327 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 6.6 pEC50 = 6.6 Binding
Positive allosteric modulation of ProLink2-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader methodPositive allosteric modulation of ProLink2-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader method
ChEMBL 682 15 3 6 5.4 CC(=O)CCC(=O)N1Cc2ccccc2C[C@H]1C(=O)NCCCC[C@H](NC(=O)OC(C)(C)C)C(=O)NCC(c1ccccc1)c1ccccc1 10.1021/acs.jmedchem.5b01965
CHEMBL3786864 138327 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 6.6 pEC50 = 6.6 Binding
Positive allosteric modulation of ProLink2-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader methodPositive allosteric modulation of ProLink2-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader method
ChEMBL 682 15 3 6 5.4 CC(=O)CCC(=O)N1Cc2ccccc2C[C@H]1C(=O)NCCCC[C@H](NC(=O)OC(C)(C)C)C(=O)NCC(c1ccccc1)c1ccccc1 10.1021/acs.jmedchem.5b01965
127032486 138306 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 6.6 pEC50 = 6.6 Binding
Positive allosteric modulation of ProLink1-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader methodPositive allosteric modulation of ProLink1-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader method
ChEMBL 744 16 3 6 6.7 CC(C)(C)OC(=O)NCCCC[C@@H](NC(=O)[C@@H]1Cc2ccccc2CN1C(=O)CCC(=O)c1ccccc1)C(=O)NCC(c1ccccc1)c1ccccc1 10.1021/acs.jmedchem.5b01965
CHEMBL3786631 138306 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 6.6 pEC50 = 6.6 Binding
Positive allosteric modulation of ProLink1-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader methodPositive allosteric modulation of ProLink1-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader method
ChEMBL 744 16 3 6 6.7 CC(C)(C)OC(=O)NCCCC[C@@H](NC(=O)[C@@H]1Cc2ccccc2CN1C(=O)CCC(=O)c1ccccc1)C(=O)NCC(c1ccccc1)c1ccccc1 10.1021/acs.jmedchem.5b01965
127030985 138256 1 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 6.6 pEC50 = 6.6 Binding
Positive allosteric modulation of ProLink2-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader methodPositive allosteric modulation of ProLink2-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader method
ChEMBL 744 16 3 6 6.7 CC(C)(C)OC(=O)N[C@@H](CCCCNC(=O)[C@@H]1Cc2ccccc2CN1C(=O)CCC(=O)c1ccccc1)C(=O)NCC(c1ccccc1)c1ccccc1 10.1021/acs.jmedchem.5b01965
CHEMBL3786144 138256 1 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 6.6 pEC50 = 6.6 Binding
Positive allosteric modulation of ProLink2-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader methodPositive allosteric modulation of ProLink2-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader method
ChEMBL 744 16 3 6 6.7 CC(C)(C)OC(=O)N[C@@H](CCCCNC(=O)[C@@H]1Cc2ccccc2CN1C(=O)CCC(=O)c1ccccc1)C(=O)NCC(c1ccccc1)c1ccccc1 10.1021/acs.jmedchem.5b01965
127032169 138417 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 6.6 pEC50 = 6.6 Binding
Positive allosteric modulation of ProLink2-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader methodPositive allosteric modulation of ProLink2-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader method
ChEMBL 484 11 4 4 3.3 N[C@@H](CCCCNC(=O)[C@@H]1Cc2ccccc2CN1)C(=O)NCC(c1ccccc1)c1ccccc1 10.1021/acs.jmedchem.5b01965
CHEMBL3787326 138417 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 6.6 pEC50 = 6.6 Binding
Positive allosteric modulation of ProLink2-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader methodPositive allosteric modulation of ProLink2-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader method
ChEMBL 484 11 4 4 3.3 N[C@@H](CCCCNC(=O)[C@@H]1Cc2ccccc2CN1)C(=O)NCC(c1ccccc1)c1ccccc1 10.1021/acs.jmedchem.5b01965
CHEMBL3787718 138417 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 6.6 pEC50 = 6.6 Binding
Positive allosteric modulation of ProLink2-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader methodPositive allosteric modulation of ProLink2-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader method
ChEMBL 484 11 4 4 3.3 N[C@@H](CCCCNC(=O)[C@@H]1Cc2ccccc2CN1)C(=O)NCC(c1ccccc1)c1ccccc1 10.1021/acs.jmedchem.5b01965
127031901 138418 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 6.5 pEC50 = 6.5 Binding
Positive allosteric modulation of ProLink2-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader methodPositive allosteric modulation of ProLink2-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader method
ChEMBL 644 15 3 5 5.2 N[C@H](CCCCNC(=O)[C@@H]1Cc2ccccc2CN1C(=O)CCC(=O)c1ccccc1)C(=O)NCC(c1ccccc1)c1ccccc1 10.1021/acs.jmedchem.5b01965
CHEMBL3787077 138418 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 6.5 pEC50 = 6.5 Binding
Positive allosteric modulation of ProLink2-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader methodPositive allosteric modulation of ProLink2-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader method
ChEMBL 644 15 3 5 5.2 N[C@H](CCCCNC(=O)[C@@H]1Cc2ccccc2CN1C(=O)CCC(=O)c1ccccc1)C(=O)NCC(c1ccccc1)c1ccccc1 10.1021/acs.jmedchem.5b01965
CHEMBL3787719 138418 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 6.5 pEC50 = 6.5 Binding
Positive allosteric modulation of ProLink2-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader methodPositive allosteric modulation of ProLink2-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader method
ChEMBL 644 15 3 5 5.2 N[C@H](CCCCNC(=O)[C@@H]1Cc2ccccc2CN1C(=O)CCC(=O)c1ccccc1)C(=O)NCC(c1ccccc1)c1ccccc1 10.1021/acs.jmedchem.5b01965
127032164 138415 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 6.5 pEC50 = 6.5 Binding
Positive allosteric modulation of ProLink2-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader methodPositive allosteric modulation of ProLink2-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader method
ChEMBL 644 15 3 5 5.2 N[C@@H](CCCCNC(=O)[C@@H]1Cc2ccccc2CN1C(=O)CCC(=O)c1ccccc1)C(=O)NCC(c1ccccc1)c1ccccc1 10.1021/acs.jmedchem.5b01965
CHEMBL3786535 138415 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 6.5 pEC50 = 6.5 Binding
Positive allosteric modulation of ProLink2-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader methodPositive allosteric modulation of ProLink2-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader method
ChEMBL 644 15 3 5 5.2 N[C@@H](CCCCNC(=O)[C@@H]1Cc2ccccc2CN1C(=O)CCC(=O)c1ccccc1)C(=O)NCC(c1ccccc1)c1ccccc1 10.1021/acs.jmedchem.5b01965
CHEMBL3787716 138415 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 6.5 pEC50 = 6.5 Binding
Positive allosteric modulation of ProLink2-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader methodPositive allosteric modulation of ProLink2-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader method
ChEMBL 644 15 3 5 5.2 N[C@@H](CCCCNC(=O)[C@@H]1Cc2ccccc2CN1C(=O)CCC(=O)c1ccccc1)C(=O)NCC(c1ccccc1)c1ccccc1 10.1021/acs.jmedchem.5b01965
127030984 138376 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 6.5 pEC50 = 6.5 Binding
Positive allosteric modulation of ProLink1-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader methodPositive allosteric modulation of ProLink1-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader method
ChEMBL 584 12 4 5 4.8 CC(C)(C)OC(=O)N[C@@H](CCCCNC(=O)[C@@H]1Cc2ccccc2CN1)C(=O)NCC(c1ccccc1)c1ccccc1 10.1021/acs.jmedchem.5b01965
CHEMBL3787404 138376 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 6.5 pEC50 = 6.5 Binding
Positive allosteric modulation of ProLink1-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader methodPositive allosteric modulation of ProLink1-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader method
ChEMBL 584 12 4 5 4.8 CC(C)(C)OC(=O)N[C@@H](CCCCNC(=O)[C@@H]1Cc2ccccc2CN1)C(=O)NCC(c1ccccc1)c1ccccc1 10.1021/acs.jmedchem.5b01965
127032453 138283 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 7.3 pEC50 = 7.3 Functional
Positive allosteric modulation of human CXCR3 expressed in HEK293T cell membranes after 30 mins by [35S]GTPgammaS incorporation assayPositive allosteric modulation of human CXCR3 expressed in HEK293T cell membranes after 30 mins by [35S]GTPgammaS incorporation assay
ChEMBL 804 18 3 8 6.7 COc1ccc(C(=O)CCC(=O)N2Cc3ccccc3C[C@H]2C(=O)NCCCC[C@H](NC(=O)OC(C)(C)C)C(=O)NCC(c2ccccc2)c2ccccc2)cc1OC 10.1021/acs.jmedchem.5b01965
CHEMBL3786459 138283 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 7.3 pEC50 = 7.3 Functional
Positive allosteric modulation of human CXCR3 expressed in HEK293T cell membranes after 30 mins by [35S]GTPgammaS incorporation assayPositive allosteric modulation of human CXCR3 expressed in HEK293T cell membranes after 30 mins by [35S]GTPgammaS incorporation assay
ChEMBL 804 18 3 8 6.7 COc1ccc(C(=O)CCC(=O)N2Cc3ccccc3C[C@H]2C(=O)NCCCC[C@H](NC(=O)OC(C)(C)C)C(=O)NCC(c2ccccc2)c2ccccc2)cc1OC 10.1021/acs.jmedchem.5b01965
71462816 83924 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 5.3 pEC50 = 5.3 Functional
Agonist activity at CXCR3 expressed in HEK293 cells by [35S]GTPgamma binding assayAgonist activity at CXCR3 expressed in HEK293 cells by [35S]GTPgamma binding assay
ChEMBL 414 5 0 0 7.2 CC1(C)[C@H]2CC=C(C[N+](C)(C)Cc3ccc(-c4cc(Cl)ccc4Cl)cc3)[C@@H]1C2 10.1021/jm301240t
CHEMBL2181459 83924 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 5.3 pEC50 = 5.3 Functional
Agonist activity at CXCR3 expressed in HEK293 cells by [35S]GTPgamma binding assayAgonist activity at CXCR3 expressed in HEK293 cells by [35S]GTPgamma binding assay
ChEMBL 414 5 0 0 7.2 CC1(C)[C@H]2CC=C(C[N+](C)(C)Cc3ccc(-c4cc(Cl)ccc4Cl)cc3)[C@@H]1C2 10.1021/jm301240t
CHEMBL2220967 83924 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 5.3 pEC50 = 5.3 Functional
Agonist activity at CXCR3 expressed in HEK293 cells by [35S]GTPgamma binding assayAgonist activity at CXCR3 expressed in HEK293 cells by [35S]GTPgamma binding assay
ChEMBL 414 5 0 0 7.2 CC1(C)[C@H]2CC=C(C[N+](C)(C)Cc3ccc(-c4cc(Cl)ccc4Cl)cc3)[C@@H]1C2 10.1021/jm301240t
127030991 138290 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 6.3 pEC50 = 6.3 Functional
Positive allosteric modulation of human CXCR3 expressed in HEK293T cell membranes after 30 mins by [35S]GTPgammaS incorporation assayPositive allosteric modulation of human CXCR3 expressed in HEK293T cell membranes after 30 mins by [35S]GTPgammaS incorporation assay
ChEMBL 762 16 3 6 6.9 CC(C)(C)OC(=O)N[C@@H](CCCCNC(=O)[C@@H]1Cc2ccccc2CN1C(=O)CCC(=O)c1ccc(F)cc1)C(=O)NCC(c1ccccc1)c1ccccc1 10.1021/acs.jmedchem.5b01965
CHEMBL3786522 138290 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 6.3 pEC50 = 6.3 Functional
Positive allosteric modulation of human CXCR3 expressed in HEK293T cell membranes after 30 mins by [35S]GTPgammaS incorporation assayPositive allosteric modulation of human CXCR3 expressed in HEK293T cell membranes after 30 mins by [35S]GTPgammaS incorporation assay
ChEMBL 762 16 3 6 6.9 CC(C)(C)OC(=O)N[C@@H](CCCCNC(=O)[C@@H]1Cc2ccccc2CN1C(=O)CCC(=O)c1ccc(F)cc1)C(=O)NCC(c1ccccc1)c1ccccc1 10.1021/acs.jmedchem.5b01965
127032486 138306 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 7.2 pEC50 = 7.2 Binding
Positive allosteric modulation of ProLink2-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader methodPositive allosteric modulation of ProLink2-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader method
ChEMBL 744 16 3 6 6.7 CC(C)(C)OC(=O)NCCCC[C@@H](NC(=O)[C@@H]1Cc2ccccc2CN1C(=O)CCC(=O)c1ccccc1)C(=O)NCC(c1ccccc1)c1ccccc1 10.1021/acs.jmedchem.5b01965
CHEMBL3786631 138306 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 7.2 pEC50 = 7.2 Binding
Positive allosteric modulation of ProLink2-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader methodPositive allosteric modulation of ProLink2-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader method
ChEMBL 744 16 3 6 6.7 CC(C)(C)OC(=O)NCCCC[C@@H](NC(=O)[C@@H]1Cc2ccccc2CN1C(=O)CCC(=O)c1ccccc1)C(=O)NCC(c1ccccc1)c1ccccc1 10.1021/acs.jmedchem.5b01965
71457439 82377 2 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 6.2 pEC50 = 6.2 Functional
Positive allosteric modulation of human CXCR3 expressed in HEK293T cell membranes after 30 mins by [35S]GTPgammaS incorporation assayPositive allosteric modulation of human CXCR3 expressed in HEK293T cell membranes after 30 mins by [35S]GTPgammaS incorporation assay
ChEMBL 644 15 3 5 5.2 NCCCC[C@H](NC(=O)[C@@H]1Cc2ccccc2CN1C(=O)CCC(=O)c1ccccc1)C(=O)NCC(c1ccccc1)c1ccccc1 10.1021/acs.jmedchem.5b01965
CHEMBL2181467 82377 2 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 6.2 pEC50 = 6.2 Functional
Positive allosteric modulation of human CXCR3 expressed in HEK293T cell membranes after 30 mins by [35S]GTPgammaS incorporation assayPositive allosteric modulation of human CXCR3 expressed in HEK293T cell membranes after 30 mins by [35S]GTPgammaS incorporation assay
ChEMBL 644 15 3 5 5.2 NCCCC[C@H](NC(=O)[C@@H]1Cc2ccccc2CN1C(=O)CCC(=O)c1ccccc1)C(=O)NCC(c1ccccc1)c1ccccc1 10.1021/acs.jmedchem.5b01965
CHEMBL3787171 82377 2 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 6.2 pEC50 = 6.2 Functional
Positive allosteric modulation of human CXCR3 expressed in HEK293T cell membranes after 30 mins by [35S]GTPgammaS incorporation assayPositive allosteric modulation of human CXCR3 expressed in HEK293T cell membranes after 30 mins by [35S]GTPgammaS incorporation assay
ChEMBL 644 15 3 5 5.2 NCCCC[C@H](NC(=O)[C@@H]1Cc2ccccc2CN1C(=O)CCC(=O)c1ccccc1)C(=O)NCC(c1ccccc1)c1ccccc1 10.1021/acs.jmedchem.5b01965
127031312 138301 1 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 5.2 pEC50 = 5.2 Functional
Positive allosteric modulation of human CXCR3 expressed in HEK293T cell membranes after 30 mins by [35S]GTPgammaS incorporation assayPositive allosteric modulation of human CXCR3 expressed in HEK293T cell membranes after 30 mins by [35S]GTPgammaS incorporation assay
ChEMBL 774 17 3 7 6.7 COc1ccc(C(=O)CCC(=O)N2Cc3ccccc3C[C@H]2C(=O)NCCCC[C@H](NC(=O)OC(C)(C)C)C(=O)NCC(c2ccccc2)c2ccccc2)cc1 10.1021/acs.jmedchem.5b01965
CHEMBL3786577 138301 1 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 5.2 pEC50 = 5.2 Functional
Positive allosteric modulation of human CXCR3 expressed in HEK293T cell membranes after 30 mins by [35S]GTPgammaS incorporation assayPositive allosteric modulation of human CXCR3 expressed in HEK293T cell membranes after 30 mins by [35S]GTPgammaS incorporation assay
ChEMBL 774 17 3 7 6.7 COc1ccc(C(=O)CCC(=O)N2Cc3ccccc3C[C@H]2C(=O)NCCCC[C@H](NC(=O)OC(C)(C)C)C(=O)NCC(c2ccccc2)c2ccccc2)cc1 10.1021/acs.jmedchem.5b01965
127032455 138392 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 7.2 pEC50 = 7.2 Binding
Positive allosteric modulation of ProLink1-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader methodPositive allosteric modulation of ProLink1-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader method
ChEMBL 716 15 3 5 6.7 CC(C)(C)OC(=O)N[C@@H](CCCCNC(=O)[C@@H]1Cc2ccccc2CN1C(=O)CCc1ccccc1)C(=O)NCC(c1ccccc1)c1ccccc1 10.1021/acs.jmedchem.5b01965
CHEMBL3787609 138392 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 7.2 pEC50 = 7.2 Binding
Positive allosteric modulation of ProLink1-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader methodPositive allosteric modulation of ProLink1-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader method
ChEMBL 716 15 3 5 6.7 CC(C)(C)OC(=O)N[C@@H](CCCCNC(=O)[C@@H]1Cc2ccccc2CN1C(=O)CCc1ccccc1)C(=O)NCC(c1ccccc1)c1ccccc1 10.1021/acs.jmedchem.5b01965
71457439 82377 2 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 6.2 pEC50 = 6.2 Functional
Agonist activity at CXCR3 expressed in HEK293 cells by [35S]GTPgamma binding assayAgonist activity at CXCR3 expressed in HEK293 cells by [35S]GTPgamma binding assay
ChEMBL 644 15 3 5 5.2 NCCCC[C@H](NC(=O)[C@@H]1Cc2ccccc2CN1C(=O)CCC(=O)c1ccccc1)C(=O)NCC(c1ccccc1)c1ccccc1 10.1021/jm301240t
CHEMBL2181467 82377 2 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 6.2 pEC50 = 6.2 Functional
Agonist activity at CXCR3 expressed in HEK293 cells by [35S]GTPgamma binding assayAgonist activity at CXCR3 expressed in HEK293 cells by [35S]GTPgamma binding assay
ChEMBL 644 15 3 5 5.2 NCCCC[C@H](NC(=O)[C@@H]1Cc2ccccc2CN1C(=O)CCC(=O)c1ccccc1)C(=O)NCC(c1ccccc1)c1ccccc1 10.1021/jm301240t
CHEMBL3787171 82377 2 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 6.2 pEC50 = 6.2 Functional
Agonist activity at CXCR3 expressed in HEK293 cells by [35S]GTPgamma binding assayAgonist activity at CXCR3 expressed in HEK293 cells by [35S]GTPgamma binding assay
ChEMBL 644 15 3 5 5.2 NCCCC[C@H](NC(=O)[C@@H]1Cc2ccccc2CN1C(=O)CCC(=O)c1ccccc1)C(=O)NCC(c1ccccc1)c1ccccc1 10.1021/jm301240t
71450266 83888 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 6.2 pEC50 = 6.2 Functional
Agonist activity at CXCR3 expressed in HEK293 cells by [35S]GTPgamma binding assayAgonist activity at CXCR3 expressed in HEK293 cells by [35S]GTPgamma binding assay
ChEMBL 472 5 0 0 6.5 CC1(C)[C@@H]2CC=C(C[N+](C)(C)Cc3ccc(-c4ccccc4I)cc3)[C@H]1C2 10.1021/jm301240t
CHEMBL2181450 83888 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 6.2 pEC50 = 6.2 Functional
Agonist activity at CXCR3 expressed in HEK293 cells by [35S]GTPgamma binding assayAgonist activity at CXCR3 expressed in HEK293 cells by [35S]GTPgamma binding assay
ChEMBL 472 5 0 0 6.5 CC1(C)[C@@H]2CC=C(C[N+](C)(C)Cc3ccc(-c4ccccc4I)cc3)[C@H]1C2 10.1021/jm301240t
CHEMBL2220492 83888 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 6.2 pEC50 = 6.2 Functional
Agonist activity at CXCR3 expressed in HEK293 cells by [35S]GTPgamma binding assayAgonist activity at CXCR3 expressed in HEK293 cells by [35S]GTPgamma binding assay
ChEMBL 472 5 0 0 6.5 CC1(C)[C@@H]2CC=C(C[N+](C)(C)Cc3ccc(-c4ccccc4I)cc3)[C@H]1C2 10.1021/jm301240t
71455659 83894 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 6.2 pEC50 = 6.2 Functional
Agonist activity at CXCR3 expressed in HEK293 cells by [35S]GTPgamma binding assayAgonist activity at CXCR3 expressed in HEK293 cells by [35S]GTPgamma binding assay
ChEMBL 414 5 0 0 7.2 CC1(C)[C@H]2CC=C(C[N+](C)(C)Cc3ccc(-c4cccc(Cl)c4Cl)cc3)[C@@H]1C2 10.1021/jm301240t
CHEMBL2181458 83894 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 6.2 pEC50 = 6.2 Functional
Agonist activity at CXCR3 expressed in HEK293 cells by [35S]GTPgamma binding assayAgonist activity at CXCR3 expressed in HEK293 cells by [35S]GTPgamma binding assay
ChEMBL 414 5 0 0 7.2 CC1(C)[C@H]2CC=C(C[N+](C)(C)Cc3ccc(-c4cccc(Cl)c4Cl)cc3)[C@@H]1C2 10.1021/jm301240t
CHEMBL2220525 83894 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 6.2 pEC50 = 6.2 Functional
Agonist activity at CXCR3 expressed in HEK293 cells by [35S]GTPgamma binding assayAgonist activity at CXCR3 expressed in HEK293 cells by [35S]GTPgamma binding assay
ChEMBL 414 5 0 0 7.2 CC1(C)[C@H]2CC=C(C[N+](C)(C)Cc3ccc(-c4cccc(Cl)c4Cl)cc3)[C@@H]1C2 10.1021/jm301240t
71457439 82377 2 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 6.2 pEC50 = 6.2 Functional
Positive allosteric modulation of human CXCR3 expressed in HEK293T cell membranes after 30 mins by [35S]GTPgammaS incorporation assayPositive allosteric modulation of human CXCR3 expressed in HEK293T cell membranes after 30 mins by [35S]GTPgammaS incorporation assay
ChEMBL 644 15 3 5 5.2 NCCCC[C@H](NC(=O)[C@@H]1Cc2ccccc2CN1C(=O)CCC(=O)c1ccccc1)C(=O)NCC(c1ccccc1)c1ccccc1 10.1021/acs.jmedchem.5b01965
CHEMBL2181467 82377 2 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 6.2 pEC50 = 6.2 Functional
Positive allosteric modulation of human CXCR3 expressed in HEK293T cell membranes after 30 mins by [35S]GTPgammaS incorporation assayPositive allosteric modulation of human CXCR3 expressed in HEK293T cell membranes after 30 mins by [35S]GTPgammaS incorporation assay
ChEMBL 644 15 3 5 5.2 NCCCC[C@H](NC(=O)[C@@H]1Cc2ccccc2CN1C(=O)CCC(=O)c1ccccc1)C(=O)NCC(c1ccccc1)c1ccccc1 10.1021/acs.jmedchem.5b01965
CHEMBL3787171 82377 2 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 6.2 pEC50 = 6.2 Functional
Positive allosteric modulation of human CXCR3 expressed in HEK293T cell membranes after 30 mins by [35S]GTPgammaS incorporation assayPositive allosteric modulation of human CXCR3 expressed in HEK293T cell membranes after 30 mins by [35S]GTPgammaS incorporation assay
ChEMBL 644 15 3 5 5.2 NCCCC[C@H](NC(=O)[C@@H]1Cc2ccccc2CN1C(=O)CCC(=O)c1ccccc1)C(=O)NCC(c1ccccc1)c1ccccc1 10.1021/acs.jmedchem.5b01965
127031901 138418 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 7.2 pEC50 = 7.2 Binding
Positive allosteric modulation of ProLink1-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader methodPositive allosteric modulation of ProLink1-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader method
ChEMBL 644 15 3 5 5.2 N[C@H](CCCCNC(=O)[C@@H]1Cc2ccccc2CN1C(=O)CCC(=O)c1ccccc1)C(=O)NCC(c1ccccc1)c1ccccc1 10.1021/acs.jmedchem.5b01965
CHEMBL3787077 138418 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 7.2 pEC50 = 7.2 Binding
Positive allosteric modulation of ProLink1-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader methodPositive allosteric modulation of ProLink1-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader method
ChEMBL 644 15 3 5 5.2 N[C@H](CCCCNC(=O)[C@@H]1Cc2ccccc2CN1C(=O)CCC(=O)c1ccccc1)C(=O)NCC(c1ccccc1)c1ccccc1 10.1021/acs.jmedchem.5b01965
CHEMBL3787719 138418 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 7.2 pEC50 = 7.2 Binding
Positive allosteric modulation of ProLink1-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader methodPositive allosteric modulation of ProLink1-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader method
ChEMBL 644 15 3 5 5.2 N[C@H](CCCCNC(=O)[C@@H]1Cc2ccccc2CN1C(=O)CCC(=O)c1ccccc1)C(=O)NCC(c1ccccc1)c1ccccc1 10.1021/acs.jmedchem.5b01965
127030694 138420 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 6.1 pEC50 = 6.1 Binding
Positive allosteric modulation of ProLink2-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader methodPositive allosteric modulation of ProLink2-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader method
ChEMBL 644 15 3 5 5.2 NCCCC[C@@H](NC(=O)[C@@H]1Cc2ccccc2CN1C(=O)CCC(=O)c1ccccc1)C(=O)NCC(c1ccccc1)c1ccccc1 10.1021/acs.jmedchem.5b01965
CHEMBL3786670 138420 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 6.1 pEC50 = 6.1 Binding
Positive allosteric modulation of ProLink2-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader methodPositive allosteric modulation of ProLink2-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader method
ChEMBL 644 15 3 5 5.2 NCCCC[C@@H](NC(=O)[C@@H]1Cc2ccccc2CN1C(=O)CCC(=O)c1ccccc1)C(=O)NCC(c1ccccc1)c1ccccc1 10.1021/acs.jmedchem.5b01965
CHEMBL3787750 138420 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 6.1 pEC50 = 6.1 Binding
Positive allosteric modulation of ProLink2-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader methodPositive allosteric modulation of ProLink2-tagged wild type CXCR3 (unknown origin) expressed in HEK293T cells assessed as beta-arrestin-2 recruitment incubated for 4 hrs by chemiluminescence-based microplate reader method
ChEMBL 644 15 3 5 5.2 NCCCC[C@@H](NC(=O)[C@@H]1Cc2ccccc2CN1C(=O)CCC(=O)c1ccccc1)C(=O)NCC(c1ccccc1)c1ccccc1 10.1021/acs.jmedchem.5b01965
71459295 83878 1 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 6.1 pEC50 = 6.1 Functional
Agonist activity at CXCR3 expressed in HEK293 cells by [35S]GTPgamma binding assayAgonist activity at CXCR3 expressed in HEK293 cells by [35S]GTPgamma binding assay
ChEMBL 424 5 0 0 6.7 CC1(C)[C@H]2CC=C(C[N+](C)(C)Cc3ccc(-c4ccccc4Br)cc3)[C@@H]1C2 10.1021/jm301240t
CHEMBL2181442 83878 1 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 6.1 pEC50 = 6.1 Functional
Agonist activity at CXCR3 expressed in HEK293 cells by [35S]GTPgamma binding assayAgonist activity at CXCR3 expressed in HEK293 cells by [35S]GTPgamma binding assay
ChEMBL 424 5 0 0 6.7 CC1(C)[C@H]2CC=C(C[N+](C)(C)Cc3ccc(-c4ccccc4Br)cc3)[C@@H]1C2 10.1021/jm301240t
CHEMBL2220409 83878 1 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 6.1 pEC50 = 6.1 Functional
Agonist activity at CXCR3 expressed in HEK293 cells by [35S]GTPgamma binding assayAgonist activity at CXCR3 expressed in HEK293 cells by [35S]GTPgamma binding assay
ChEMBL 424 5 0 0 6.7 CC1(C)[C@H]2CC=C(C[N+](C)(C)Cc3ccc(-c4ccccc4Br)cc3)[C@@H]1C2 10.1021/jm301240t
71459301 83883 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 6.1 pEC50 = 6.1 Functional
Agonist activity at CXCR3 expressed in HEK293 cells by [35S]GTPgamma binding assayAgonist activity at CXCR3 expressed in HEK293 cells by [35S]GTPgamma binding assay
ChEMBL 414 5 0 0 7.2 CC1(C)[C@H]2CC=C(C[N+](C)(C)Cc3ccc(-c4ccccc4Cl)c(Cl)c3)[C@@H]1C2 10.1021/jm301240t
CHEMBL2181463 83883 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 6.1 pEC50 = 6.1 Functional
Agonist activity at CXCR3 expressed in HEK293 cells by [35S]GTPgamma binding assayAgonist activity at CXCR3 expressed in HEK293 cells by [35S]GTPgamma binding assay
ChEMBL 414 5 0 0 7.2 CC1(C)[C@H]2CC=C(C[N+](C)(C)Cc3ccc(-c4ccccc4Cl)c(Cl)c3)[C@@H]1C2 10.1021/jm301240t
CHEMBL2220444 83883 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 6.1 pEC50 = 6.1 Functional
Agonist activity at CXCR3 expressed in HEK293 cells by [35S]GTPgamma binding assayAgonist activity at CXCR3 expressed in HEK293 cells by [35S]GTPgamma binding assay
ChEMBL 414 5 0 0 7.2 CC1(C)[C@H]2CC=C(C[N+](C)(C)Cc3ccc(-c4ccccc4Cl)c(Cl)c3)[C@@H]1C2 10.1021/jm301240t
71450272 83885 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 5.1 pEC50 = 5.1 Functional
Agonist activity at CXCR3 expressed in HEK293 cells by [35S]GTPgamma binding assayAgonist activity at CXCR3 expressed in HEK293 cells by [35S]GTPgamma binding assay
ChEMBL 374 5 0 0 6.5 Cc1cccc(C)c1-c1ccc(C[N+](C)(C)CC2=CC[C@H]3C[C@@H]2C3(C)C)cc1 10.1021/jm301240t
CHEMBL2181465 83885 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 5.1 pEC50 = 5.1 Functional
Agonist activity at CXCR3 expressed in HEK293 cells by [35S]GTPgamma binding assayAgonist activity at CXCR3 expressed in HEK293 cells by [35S]GTPgamma binding assay
ChEMBL 374 5 0 0 6.5 Cc1cccc(C)c1-c1ccc(C[N+](C)(C)CC2=CC[C@H]3C[C@@H]2C3(C)C)cc1 10.1021/jm301240t
CHEMBL2220446 83885 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 5.1 pEC50 = 5.1 Functional
Agonist activity at CXCR3 expressed in HEK293 cells by [35S]GTPgamma binding assayAgonist activity at CXCR3 expressed in HEK293 cells by [35S]GTPgamma binding assay
ChEMBL 374 5 0 0 6.5 Cc1cccc(C)c1-c1ccc(C[N+](C)(C)CC2=CC[C@H]3C[C@@H]2C3(C)C)cc1 10.1021/jm301240t
127032454 138206 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 5.1 pEC50 = 5.1 Functional
Positive allosteric modulation of human CXCR3 expressed in HEK293T cell membranes after 30 mins by [35S]GTPgammaS incorporation assayPositive allosteric modulation of human CXCR3 expressed in HEK293T cell membranes after 30 mins by [35S]GTPgammaS incorporation assay
ChEMBL 730 16 3 5 7.1 CC(C)(C)OC(=O)N[C@@H](CCCCNC(=O)[C@@H]1Cc2ccccc2CN1C(=O)CCCc1ccccc1)C(=O)NCC(c1ccccc1)c1ccccc1 10.1021/acs.jmedchem.5b01965
CHEMBL3785564 138206 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 5.1 pEC50 = 5.1 Functional
Positive allosteric modulation of human CXCR3 expressed in HEK293T cell membranes after 30 mins by [35S]GTPgammaS incorporation assayPositive allosteric modulation of human CXCR3 expressed in HEK293T cell membranes after 30 mins by [35S]GTPgammaS incorporation assay
ChEMBL 730 16 3 5 7.1 CC(C)(C)OC(=O)N[C@@H](CCCCNC(=O)[C@@H]1Cc2ccccc2CN1C(=O)CCCc1ccccc1)C(=O)NCC(c1ccccc1)c1ccccc1 10.1021/acs.jmedchem.5b01965
127032455 138392 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 5.1 pEC50 = 5.1 Functional
Positive allosteric modulation of human CXCR3 expressed in HEK293T cell membranes after 30 mins by [35S]GTPgammaS incorporation assayPositive allosteric modulation of human CXCR3 expressed in HEK293T cell membranes after 30 mins by [35S]GTPgammaS incorporation assay
ChEMBL 716 15 3 5 6.7 CC(C)(C)OC(=O)N[C@@H](CCCCNC(=O)[C@@H]1Cc2ccccc2CN1C(=O)CCc1ccccc1)C(=O)NCC(c1ccccc1)c1ccccc1 10.1021/acs.jmedchem.5b01965
CHEMBL3787609 138392 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 5.1 pEC50 = 5.1 Functional
Positive allosteric modulation of human CXCR3 expressed in HEK293T cell membranes after 30 mins by [35S]GTPgammaS incorporation assayPositive allosteric modulation of human CXCR3 expressed in HEK293T cell membranes after 30 mins by [35S]GTPgammaS incorporation assay
ChEMBL 716 15 3 5 6.7 CC(C)(C)OC(=O)N[C@@H](CCCCNC(=O)[C@@H]1Cc2ccccc2CN1C(=O)CCc1ccccc1)C(=O)NCC(c1ccccc1)c1ccccc1 10.1021/acs.jmedchem.5b01965
127031901 138418 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 8.0 pEC50 = 8.0 Functional
Positive allosteric modulation of human CXCR3 expressed in HEK293T cell membranes after 30 mins by [35S]GTPgammaS incorporation assayPositive allosteric modulation of human CXCR3 expressed in HEK293T cell membranes after 30 mins by [35S]GTPgammaS incorporation assay
ChEMBL 644 15 3 5 5.2 N[C@H](CCCCNC(=O)[C@@H]1Cc2ccccc2CN1C(=O)CCC(=O)c1ccccc1)C(=O)NCC(c1ccccc1)c1ccccc1 10.1021/acs.jmedchem.5b01965
CHEMBL3787077 138418 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 8.0 pEC50 = 8.0 Functional
Positive allosteric modulation of human CXCR3 expressed in HEK293T cell membranes after 30 mins by [35S]GTPgammaS incorporation assayPositive allosteric modulation of human CXCR3 expressed in HEK293T cell membranes after 30 mins by [35S]GTPgammaS incorporation assay
ChEMBL 644 15 3 5 5.2 N[C@H](CCCCNC(=O)[C@@H]1Cc2ccccc2CN1C(=O)CCC(=O)c1ccccc1)C(=O)NCC(c1ccccc1)c1ccccc1 10.1021/acs.jmedchem.5b01965
CHEMBL3787719 138418 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 8.0 pEC50 = 8.0 Functional
Positive allosteric modulation of human CXCR3 expressed in HEK293T cell membranes after 30 mins by [35S]GTPgammaS incorporation assayPositive allosteric modulation of human CXCR3 expressed in HEK293T cell membranes after 30 mins by [35S]GTPgammaS incorporation assay
ChEMBL 644 15 3 5 5.2 N[C@H](CCCCNC(=O)[C@@H]1Cc2ccccc2CN1C(=O)CCC(=O)c1ccccc1)C(=O)NCC(c1ccccc1)c1ccccc1 10.1021/acs.jmedchem.5b01965
71657827 143541 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 10.0 pIC50 = 10 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 547 6 2 9 3.2 Cc1nc(C)n(CC(=O)N2CCN(c3sc(C(F)(F)F)nc3-c3nc4cc(CCN)ccc4[nH]3)C[C@H]2C)n1 nan
CHEMBL3905581 143541 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 10.0 pIC50 = 10 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 547 6 2 9 3.2 Cc1nc(C)n(CC(=O)N2CCN(c3sc(C(F)(F)F)nc3-c3nc4cc(CCN)ccc4[nH]3)C[C@H]2C)n1 nan
117739261 146004 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 10.0 pIC50 = 10 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 509 4 1 7 4.3 C[C@@H]1CN(c2sc(C(F)(F)F)nc2-c2nc3ccccc3[nH]2)CCN1C(=O)Cn1cc(Cl)cn1 nan
CHEMBL3924716 146004 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 10.0 pIC50 = 10 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 509 4 1 7 4.3 C[C@@H]1CN(c2sc(C(F)(F)F)nc2-c2nc3ccccc3[nH]2)CCN1C(=O)Cn1cc(Cl)cn1 nan
117739838 148406 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 10.0 pIC50 = 10 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 489 4 1 7 3.9 Cc1ccnn1CC(=O)N1CCN(c2sc(C(F)(F)F)nc2-c2nc3ccccc3[nH]2)C[C@H]1C nan
CHEMBL3944008 148406 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 10.0 pIC50 = 10 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 489 4 1 7 3.9 Cc1ccnn1CC(=O)N1CCN(c2sc(C(F)(F)F)nc2-c2nc3ccccc3[nH]2)C[C@H]1C nan
11569938 57693 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.7 pIC50 = 9.7 Functional
Antagonist activity at human CXCR3Antagonist activity at human CXCR3
ChEMBL 521 7 1 5 4.8 CCNC(=O)c1cnc(N2CCN(C3CCN(Cc4ccc(Cl)cc4F)CC3)[C@@H](CC)C2)c(Cl)c1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2010.12.114
CHEMBL1681882 57693 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.7 pIC50 = 9.7 Functional
Antagonist activity at human CXCR3Antagonist activity at human CXCR3
ChEMBL 521 7 1 5 4.8 CCNC(=O)c1cnc(N2CCN(C3CCN(Cc4ccc(Cl)cc4F)CC3)[C@@H](CC)C2)c(Cl)c1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2010.12.114
11569938 57693 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.7 pIC50 = 9.7 Binding
Binding affinity to human CXCR3 receptorBinding affinity to human CXCR3 receptor
ChEMBL 521 7 1 5 4.8 CCNC(=O)c1cnc(N2CCN(C3CCN(Cc4ccc(Cl)cc4F)CC3)[C@@H](CC)C2)c(Cl)c1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2014.01.009
CHEMBL1681882 57693 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.7 pIC50 = 9.7 Binding
Binding affinity to human CXCR3 receptorBinding affinity to human CXCR3 receptor
ChEMBL 521 7 1 5 4.8 CCNC(=O)c1cnc(N2CCN(C3CCN(Cc4ccc(Cl)cc4F)CC3)[C@@H](CC)C2)c(Cl)c1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2014.01.009
71679472 142733 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.7 pIC50 = 9.7 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 491 4 1 7 4.4 C[C@@H]1CN(c2scnc2-c2nc3ccc(Cl)cc3[nH]2)CCN1C(=O)Cn1ccc2cccnc21 nan
CHEMBL3898933 142733 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.7 pIC50 = 9.7 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 491 4 1 7 4.4 C[C@@H]1CN(c2scnc2-c2nc3ccc(Cl)cc3[nH]2)CCN1C(=O)Cn1ccc2cccnc21 nan
117739723 144469 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.7 pIC50 = 9.7 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 489 4 1 7 3.9 Cc1ccn(CC(=O)N2CCN(c3sc(C(F)(F)F)nc3-c3nc4ccccc4[nH]3)C[C@H]2C)n1 nan
CHEMBL3912920 144469 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.7 pIC50 = 9.7 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 489 4 1 7 3.9 Cc1ccn(CC(=O)N2CCN(c3sc(C(F)(F)F)nc3-c3nc4ccccc4[nH]3)C[C@H]2C)n1 nan
124037277 149094 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.7 pIC50 = 9.7 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 457 4 1 7 3.8 C[C@@H]1CN(c2scnc2-c2nc3ccccc3[nH]2)CCN1C(=O)Cn1ccc2ccncc21 nan
CHEMBL3949279 149094 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.7 pIC50 = 9.7 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 457 4 1 7 3.8 C[C@@H]1CN(c2scnc2-c2nc3ccccc3[nH]2)CCN1C(=O)Cn1ccc2ccncc21 nan
44592137 178313 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.5 pIC50 = 9.5 Functional
Antagonist activity at human CXCR3Antagonist activity at human CXCR3
ChEMBL 503 7 1 5 4.7 CCNC(=O)c1cnc(N2CCN(C3CCN(Cc4ccc(Cl)cc4)CC3)[C@@H](CC)C2)c(Cl)c1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2010.12.114
CHEMBL472288 178313 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.5 pIC50 = 9.5 Functional
Antagonist activity at human CXCR3Antagonist activity at human CXCR3
ChEMBL 503 7 1 5 4.7 CCNC(=O)c1cnc(N2CCN(C3CCN(Cc4ccc(Cl)cc4)CC3)[C@@H](CC)C2)c(Cl)c1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2010.12.114
59772541 104639 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.5 pIC50 = 9.5 Binding
Binding affinity to human CXCR3 receptorBinding affinity to human CXCR3 receptor
ChEMBL 516 6 1 5 5.5 CC[C@H]1CN(c2ncc(-c3ncc[nH]3)cc2Cl)CCN1C1CCN(Cc2ccc(Cl)cc2F)CC1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2014.01.009
CHEMBL3116468 104639 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.5 pIC50 = 9.5 Binding
Binding affinity to human CXCR3 receptorBinding affinity to human CXCR3 receptor
ChEMBL 516 6 1 5 5.5 CC[C@H]1CN(c2ncc(-c3ncc[nH]3)cc2Cl)CCN1C1CCN(Cc2ccc(Cl)cc2F)CC1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2014.01.009
11997695 68136 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.5 pIC50 = 9.5 Binding
Displacement of [125I]CXCL10 from human CXCR3 expressed in mouse BA/F3 cellsDisplacement of [125I]CXCL10 from human CXCR3 expressed in mouse BA/F3 cells
ChEMBL 505 6 2 7 3.3 CC[C@H]1CN(c2nc(N)c(C(=O)NC)nc2Cl)CCN1C1CCN(Cc2ccc(Cl)cc2)CC1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2011.09.120
CHEMBL1921863 68136 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.5 pIC50 = 9.5 Binding
Displacement of [125I]CXCL10 from human CXCR3 expressed in mouse BA/F3 cellsDisplacement of [125I]CXCL10 from human CXCR3 expressed in mouse BA/F3 cells
ChEMBL 505 6 2 7 3.3 CC[C@H]1CN(c2nc(N)c(C(=O)NC)nc2Cl)CCN1C1CCN(Cc2ccc(Cl)cc2)CC1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2011.09.120
11997995 68139 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.5 pIC50 = 9.5 Binding
Displacement of [125I]CXCL10 from human CXCR3 expressed in mouse BA/F3 cellsDisplacement of [125I]CXCL10 from human CXCR3 expressed in mouse BA/F3 cells
ChEMBL 549 8 3 8 3.0 CC[C@H]1CN(c2nc(N)c(C(=O)NCC(C)O)nc2Cl)CCN1C1CCN(Cc2ccc(Cl)cc2)CC1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2011.09.120
CHEMBL1921866 68139 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.5 pIC50 = 9.5 Binding
Displacement of [125I]CXCL10 from human CXCR3 expressed in mouse BA/F3 cellsDisplacement of [125I]CXCL10 from human CXCR3 expressed in mouse BA/F3 cells
ChEMBL 549 8 3 8 3.0 CC[C@H]1CN(c2nc(N)c(C(=O)NCC(C)O)nc2Cl)CCN1C1CCN(Cc2ccc(Cl)cc2)CC1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2011.09.120
44592137 178313 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.5 pIC50 = 9.5 Binding
Displacement of [125I]CXCL10 from human CXCR3 expressed in mouse BA/F3 cellsDisplacement of [125I]CXCL10 from human CXCR3 expressed in mouse BA/F3 cells
ChEMBL 503 7 1 5 4.7 CCNC(=O)c1cnc(N2CCN(C3CCN(Cc4ccc(Cl)cc4)CC3)[C@@H](CC)C2)c(Cl)c1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2011.09.120
CHEMBL472288 178313 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.5 pIC50 = 9.5 Binding
Displacement of [125I]CXCL10 from human CXCR3 expressed in mouse BA/F3 cellsDisplacement of [125I]CXCL10 from human CXCR3 expressed in mouse BA/F3 cells
ChEMBL 503 7 1 5 4.7 CCNC(=O)c1cnc(N2CCN(C3CCN(Cc4ccc(Cl)cc4)CC3)[C@@H](CC)C2)c(Cl)c1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2011.09.120
89726471 142777 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.5 pIC50 = 9.5 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 527 4 1 9 3.6 C[C@@H]1CN(c2sc(C(F)(F)F)nc2-c2nc3cccnc3[nH]2)CCN1C(=O)Cn1cnc2cccnc21 nan
CHEMBL3899279 142777 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.5 pIC50 = 9.5 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 527 4 1 9 3.6 C[C@@H]1CN(c2sc(C(F)(F)F)nc2-c2nc3cccnc3[nH]2)CCN1C(=O)Cn1cnc2cccnc21 nan
89726634 144009 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.5 pIC50 = 9.5 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 508 4 1 6 3.9 C[C@@H]1CN(c2scnc2-c2nc3ccccc3[nH]2)CCN1C(=O)CN1C(=O)C(F)(F)c2ccccc21 nan
CHEMBL3909429 144009 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.5 pIC50 = 9.5 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 508 4 1 6 3.9 C[C@@H]1CN(c2scnc2-c2nc3ccccc3[nH]2)CCN1C(=O)CN1C(=O)C(F)(F)c2ccccc21 nan
45101529 5412 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.4 pIC50 = 9.4 Functional
Antagonist activity against human CXCR3 expressed in human PBMC assessed as inhibition of cell migration in response to IP10 in bufferAntagonist activity against human CXCR3 expressed in human PBMC assessed as inhibition of cell migration in response to IP10 in buffer
ChEMBL 688 11 0 8 5.4 CCS(=O)(=O)CCN(C(=O)Cc1ccc(F)c(C(F)(F)F)c1)[C@H](C)c1nc2ncccc2c(=O)n1-c1ccc(OCC(F)(F)F)cc1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2009.07.032
CHEMBL1077831 5412 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.4 pIC50 = 9.4 Functional
Antagonist activity against human CXCR3 expressed in human PBMC assessed as inhibition of cell migration in response to IP10 in bufferAntagonist activity against human CXCR3 expressed in human PBMC assessed as inhibition of cell migration in response to IP10 in buffer
ChEMBL 688 11 0 8 5.4 CCS(=O)(=O)CCN(C(=O)Cc1ccc(F)c(C(F)(F)F)c1)[C@H](C)c1nc2ncccc2c(=O)n1-c1ccc(OCC(F)(F)F)cc1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2009.07.032
11997761 104647 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.4 pIC50 = 9.4 Binding
Binding affinity to human CXCR3 receptorBinding affinity to human CXCR3 receptor
ChEMBL 530 6 1 9 4.3 CC[C@H]1CN(c2nc(N)c(-c3nnc(C)o3)nc2Cl)CCN1C1CCN(Cc2ccc(Cl)cc2)CC1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2014.01.009
CHEMBL3116476 104647 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.4 pIC50 = 9.4 Binding
Binding affinity to human CXCR3 receptorBinding affinity to human CXCR3 receptor
ChEMBL 530 6 1 9 4.3 CC[C@H]1CN(c2nc(N)c(-c3nnc(C)o3)nc2Cl)CCN1C1CCN(Cc2ccc(Cl)cc2)CC1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2014.01.009
11997845 68138 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.4 pIC50 = 9.4 Binding
Displacement of [125I]CXCL10 from human CXCR3 expressed in mouse BA/F3 cellsDisplacement of [125I]CXCL10 from human CXCR3 expressed in mouse BA/F3 cells
ChEMBL 535 8 3 8 2.7 CC[C@H]1CN(c2nc(N)c(C(=O)NCCO)nc2Cl)CCN1C1CCN(Cc2ccc(Cl)cc2)CC1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2011.09.120
CHEMBL1921865 68138 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.4 pIC50 = 9.4 Binding
Displacement of [125I]CXCL10 from human CXCR3 expressed in mouse BA/F3 cellsDisplacement of [125I]CXCL10 from human CXCR3 expressed in mouse BA/F3 cells
ChEMBL 535 8 3 8 2.7 CC[C@H]1CN(c2nc(N)c(C(=O)NCCO)nc2Cl)CCN1C1CCN(Cc2ccc(Cl)cc2)CC1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2011.09.120
44455751 94650 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.4 pIC50 = 9.4 Binding
Displacement of [125I]IP10 from human recombinant CXCR3 receptor expressed in IL2-activated human PBMCDisplacement of [125I]IP10 from human recombinant CXCR3 receptor expressed in IL2-activated human PBMC
ChEMBL 631 12 0 6 6.7 CCOc1ccc(-n2cc(-c3ccccc3)nc2[C@@H](C)N(CCS(=O)(=O)CC)C(=O)Cc2ccc(F)c(C(F)(F)F)c2)cc1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2007.11.072
CHEMBL256589 94650 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.4 pIC50 = 9.4 Binding
Displacement of [125I]IP10 from human recombinant CXCR3 receptor expressed in IL2-activated human PBMCDisplacement of [125I]IP10 from human recombinant CXCR3 receptor expressed in IL2-activated human PBMC
ChEMBL 631 12 0 6 6.7 CCOc1ccc(-n2cc(-c3ccccc3)nc2[C@@H](C)N(CCS(=O)(=O)CC)C(=O)Cc2ccc(F)c(C(F)(F)F)c2)cc1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2007.11.072
71679476 142188 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.4 pIC50 = 9.4 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 494 4 1 8 3.4 C[C@@H]1CN(c2scnc2-c2nc3cc(F)c(F)cc3[nH]2)CCN1C(=O)Cn1cnc2cccnc21 nan
CHEMBL3894522 142188 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.4 pIC50 = 9.4 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 494 4 1 8 3.4 C[C@@H]1CN(c2scnc2-c2nc3cc(F)c(F)cc3[nH]2)CCN1C(=O)Cn1cnc2cccnc21 nan
117740323 151596 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.4 pIC50 = 9.4 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 500 4 1 6 4.7 Cc1ccc(CC(=O)N2CCN(c3sc(C(F)(F)F)nc3-c3nc4ccccc4[nH]3)C[C@H]2C)cn1 nan
CHEMBL3970456 151596 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.4 pIC50 = 9.4 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 500 4 1 6 4.7 Cc1ccc(CC(=O)N2CCN(c3sc(C(F)(F)F)nc3-c3nc4ccccc4[nH]3)C[C@H]2C)cn1 nan
44592137 178313 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Mouse 9.3 pIC50 = 9.3 Functional
Antagonist activity at mouse CXCR3Antagonist activity at mouse CXCR3
ChEMBL 503 7 1 5 4.7 CCNC(=O)c1cnc(N2CCN(C3CCN(Cc4ccc(Cl)cc4)CC3)[C@@H](CC)C2)c(Cl)c1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2010.12.114
CHEMBL472288 178313 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Mouse 9.3 pIC50 = 9.3 Functional
Antagonist activity at mouse CXCR3Antagonist activity at mouse CXCR3
ChEMBL 503 7 1 5 4.7 CCNC(=O)c1cnc(N2CCN(C3CCN(Cc4ccc(Cl)cc4)CC3)[C@@H](CC)C2)c(Cl)c1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2010.12.114
71679314 151678 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.3 pIC50 = 9.3 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 506 4 1 8 4.1 Cc1c(Cl)ccc2[nH]c(-c3ncsc3N3CCN(C(=O)Cn4cnc5cccnc54)[C@H](C)C3)nc12 nan
CHEMBL3971111 151678 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.3 pIC50 = 9.3 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 506 4 1 8 4.1 Cc1c(Cl)ccc2[nH]c(-c3ncsc3N3CCN(C(=O)Cn4cnc5cccnc54)[C@H](C)C3)nc12 nan
117740035 153051 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.3 pIC50 = 9.3 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 475 4 1 7 3.6 C[C@@H]1CN(c2sc(C(F)(F)F)nc2-c2nc3ccccc3[nH]2)CCN1C(=O)Cn1cccn1 nan
CHEMBL3982804 153051 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.3 pIC50 = 9.3 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 475 4 1 7 3.6 C[C@@H]1CN(c2sc(C(F)(F)F)nc2-c2nc3ccccc3[nH]2)CCN1C(=O)Cn1cccn1 nan
71679312 153476 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.3 pIC50 = 9.3 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 476 4 1 8 3.3 C[C@@H]1CN(c2scnc2-c2nc3cc(F)ccc3[nH]2)CCN1C(=O)Cn1cnc2cccnc21 nan
CHEMBL3986477 153476 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.3 pIC50 = 9.3 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 476 4 1 8 3.3 C[C@@H]1CN(c2scnc2-c2nc3cc(F)ccc3[nH]2)CCN1C(=O)Cn1cnc2cccnc21 nan
45101529 5412 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.2 pIC50 = 9.2 Functional
Antagonist activity against human CXCR3 expressed in human PBMC assessed as inhibition of cell migration in response to MIG in bufferAntagonist activity against human CXCR3 expressed in human PBMC assessed as inhibition of cell migration in response to MIG in buffer
ChEMBL 688 11 0 8 5.4 CCS(=O)(=O)CCN(C(=O)Cc1ccc(F)c(C(F)(F)F)c1)[C@H](C)c1nc2ncccc2c(=O)n1-c1ccc(OCC(F)(F)F)cc1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2009.07.032
CHEMBL1077831 5412 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.2 pIC50 = 9.2 Functional
Antagonist activity against human CXCR3 expressed in human PBMC assessed as inhibition of cell migration in response to MIG in bufferAntagonist activity against human CXCR3 expressed in human PBMC assessed as inhibition of cell migration in response to MIG in buffer
ChEMBL 688 11 0 8 5.4 CCS(=O)(=O)CCN(C(=O)Cc1ccc(F)c(C(F)(F)F)c1)[C@H](C)c1nc2ncccc2c(=O)n1-c1ccc(OCC(F)(F)F)cc1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2009.07.032
44455604 154507 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.2 pIC50 = 9.2 Binding
Displacement of [125I]IP10 from CXCR3 receptor expressed in PBMCDisplacement of [125I]IP10 from CXCR3 receptor expressed in PBMC
ChEMBL 612 10 0 6 6.1 CCS(=O)(=O)CCN(C(=O)Cc1ccc(F)c(C(F)(F)F)c1)[C@H](C)c1nc(-c2ccccc2)cn1-c1ccc(C#N)cc1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2009.07.021
CHEMBL403036 154507 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.2 pIC50 = 9.2 Binding
Displacement of [125I]IP10 from CXCR3 receptor expressed in PBMCDisplacement of [125I]IP10 from CXCR3 receptor expressed in PBMC
ChEMBL 612 10 0 6 6.1 CCS(=O)(=O)CCN(C(=O)Cc1ccc(F)c(C(F)(F)F)c1)[C@H](C)c1nc(-c2ccccc2)cn1-c1ccc(C#N)cc1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2009.07.021
44455604 154507 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.2 pIC50 = 9.2 Binding
Displacement of [125I]IP10 from human recombinant CXCR3 receptor expressed in IL2-activated human PBMCDisplacement of [125I]IP10 from human recombinant CXCR3 receptor expressed in IL2-activated human PBMC
ChEMBL 612 10 0 6 6.1 CCS(=O)(=O)CCN(C(=O)Cc1ccc(F)c(C(F)(F)F)c1)[C@H](C)c1nc(-c2ccccc2)cn1-c1ccc(C#N)cc1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2007.11.072
CHEMBL403036 154507 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.2 pIC50 = 9.2 Binding
Displacement of [125I]IP10 from human recombinant CXCR3 receptor expressed in IL2-activated human PBMCDisplacement of [125I]IP10 from human recombinant CXCR3 receptor expressed in IL2-activated human PBMC
ChEMBL 612 10 0 6 6.1 CCS(=O)(=O)CCN(C(=O)Cc1ccc(F)c(C(F)(F)F)c1)[C@H](C)c1nc(-c2ccccc2)cn1-c1ccc(C#N)cc1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2007.11.072
45101529 5412 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.1 pIC50 = 9.1 Functional
Antagonist activity against human CXCR3 expressed in human PBMC assessed as inhibition of cell migration in response to ITAC in RPMI bufferAntagonist activity against human CXCR3 expressed in human PBMC assessed as inhibition of cell migration in response to ITAC in RPMI buffer
ChEMBL 688 11 0 8 5.4 CCS(=O)(=O)CCN(C(=O)Cc1ccc(F)c(C(F)(F)F)c1)[C@H](C)c1nc2ncccc2c(=O)n1-c1ccc(OCC(F)(F)F)cc1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2009.07.032
CHEMBL1077831 5412 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.1 pIC50 = 9.1 Functional
Antagonist activity against human CXCR3 expressed in human PBMC assessed as inhibition of cell migration in response to ITAC in RPMI bufferAntagonist activity against human CXCR3 expressed in human PBMC assessed as inhibition of cell migration in response to ITAC in RPMI buffer
ChEMBL 688 11 0 8 5.4 CCS(=O)(=O)CCN(C(=O)Cc1ccc(F)c(C(F)(F)F)c1)[C@H](C)c1nc2ncccc2c(=O)n1-c1ccc(OCC(F)(F)F)cc1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2009.07.032
11995774 68131 36 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.1 pIC50 = 9.1 Binding
Binding affinity to human CXCR3 receptorBinding affinity to human CXCR3 receptor
ChEMBL 491 6 2 7 3.0 CC[C@H]1CN(c2nc(N)c(C(N)=O)nc2Cl)CCN1C1CCN(Cc2ccc(Cl)cc2)CC1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2014.01.009
CHEMBL1921858 68131 36 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.1 pIC50 = 9.1 Binding
Binding affinity to human CXCR3 receptorBinding affinity to human CXCR3 receptor
ChEMBL 491 6 2 7 3.0 CC[C@H]1CN(c2nc(N)c(C(N)=O)nc2Cl)CCN1C1CCN(Cc2ccc(Cl)cc2)CC1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2014.01.009
11997912 104658 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.1 pIC50 = 9.1 Binding
Binding affinity to human CXCR3 receptorBinding affinity to human CXCR3 receptor
ChEMBL 574 7 2 11 3.4 CCNc1nnc(-c2cnc(N3CCN(C4CCN(C(=O)c5ccc(Cl)nc5N)CC4)[C@@H](CC)C3)c(Cl)n2)o1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2014.01.009
CHEMBL3116487 104658 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.1 pIC50 = 9.1 Binding
Binding affinity to human CXCR3 receptorBinding affinity to human CXCR3 receptor
ChEMBL 574 7 2 11 3.4 CCNc1nnc(-c2cnc(N3CCN(C4CCN(C(=O)c5ccc(Cl)nc5N)CC4)[C@@H](CC)C3)c(Cl)n2)o1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2014.01.009
11995774 68131 36 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.1 pIC50 = 9.1 Binding
Displacement of [125I]CXCL10 from human CXCR3 expressed in mouse BA/F3 cellsDisplacement of [125I]CXCL10 from human CXCR3 expressed in mouse BA/F3 cells
ChEMBL 491 6 2 7 3.0 CC[C@H]1CN(c2nc(N)c(C(N)=O)nc2Cl)CCN1C1CCN(Cc2ccc(Cl)cc2)CC1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2011.09.120
CHEMBL1921858 68131 36 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.1 pIC50 = 9.1 Binding
Displacement of [125I]CXCL10 from human CXCR3 expressed in mouse BA/F3 cellsDisplacement of [125I]CXCL10 from human CXCR3 expressed in mouse BA/F3 cells
ChEMBL 491 6 2 7 3.0 CC[C@H]1CN(c2nc(N)c(C(N)=O)nc2Cl)CCN1C1CCN(Cc2ccc(Cl)cc2)CC1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2011.09.120
11997994 68137 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.1 pIC50 = 9.1 Binding
Displacement of [125I]CXCL10 from human CXCR3 expressed in mouse BA/F3 cellsDisplacement of [125I]CXCL10 from human CXCR3 expressed in mouse BA/F3 cells
ChEMBL 573 7 2 7 4.2 CC[C@H]1CN(c2nc(N)c(C(=O)NCC(F)(F)F)nc2Cl)CCN1C1CCN(Cc2ccc(Cl)cc2)CC1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2011.09.120
CHEMBL1921864 68137 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.1 pIC50 = 9.1 Binding
Displacement of [125I]CXCL10 from human CXCR3 expressed in mouse BA/F3 cellsDisplacement of [125I]CXCL10 from human CXCR3 expressed in mouse BA/F3 cells
ChEMBL 573 7 2 7 4.2 CC[C@H]1CN(c2nc(N)c(C(=O)NCC(F)(F)F)nc2Cl)CCN1C1CCN(Cc2ccc(Cl)cc2)CC1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2011.09.120
44447090 94207 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.1 pIC50 = 9.1 Binding
Displacement of [125I]IP-10 from CXCR3 receptor expressed in human PBMC in RPMI-1640 buffer supplemented with 0.5% BSADisplacement of [125I]IP-10 from CXCR3 receptor expressed in human PBMC in RPMI-1640 buffer supplemented with 0.5% BSA
ChEMBL 597 9 0 5 6.5 CCS(=O)(=O)CCN(C(=O)Cc1ccc(F)c(C(F)(F)F)c1)[C@H](C)c1nc2ccccc2cc1-c1ccc(C#N)cc1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2007.11.060
CHEMBL254083 94207 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.1 pIC50 = 9.1 Binding
Displacement of [125I]IP-10 from CXCR3 receptor expressed in human PBMC in RPMI-1640 buffer supplemented with 0.5% BSADisplacement of [125I]IP-10 from CXCR3 receptor expressed in human PBMC in RPMI-1640 buffer supplemented with 0.5% BSA
ChEMBL 597 9 0 5 6.5 CCS(=O)(=O)CCN(C(=O)Cc1ccc(F)c(C(F)(F)F)c1)[C@H](C)c1nc2ccccc2cc1-c1ccc(C#N)cc1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2007.11.060
57392574 68141 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.1 pIC50 = 9.1 Binding
Displacement of [125I]CXCL10 from human CXCR3 expressed in mouse BA/F3 cellsDisplacement of [125I]CXCL10 from human CXCR3 expressed in mouse BA/F3 cells
ChEMBL 666 10 3 9 3.1 CC[C@H]1CN(c2nc(N)c(C(=O)NCCNS(=O)(=O)C(F)(F)F)nc2Cl)CCN1C1CCN(Cc2ccc(Cl)cc2)CC1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2011.09.120
CHEMBL1921868 68141 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.1 pIC50 = 9.1 Binding
Displacement of [125I]CXCL10 from human CXCR3 expressed in mouse BA/F3 cellsDisplacement of [125I]CXCL10 from human CXCR3 expressed in mouse BA/F3 cells
ChEMBL 666 10 3 9 3.1 CC[C@H]1CN(c2nc(N)c(C(=O)NCCNS(=O)(=O)C(F)(F)F)nc2Cl)CCN1C1CCN(Cc2ccc(Cl)cc2)CC1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2011.09.120
57390765 68152 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.1 pIC50 = 9.1 Binding
Displacement of [125I]CXCL10 from human CXCR3 expressed in mouse BA/F3 cellsDisplacement of [125I]CXCL10 from human CXCR3 expressed in mouse BA/F3 cells
ChEMBL 548 6 2 8 3.1 CC[C@H]1CN(c2ncc(C(=O)NC(C)C)nc2Cl)CCN1C1CCN(C(=O)c2ccc(Cl)nc2N)CC1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2011.09.120
CHEMBL1921879 68152 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.1 pIC50 = 9.1 Binding
Displacement of [125I]CXCL10 from human CXCR3 expressed in mouse BA/F3 cellsDisplacement of [125I]CXCL10 from human CXCR3 expressed in mouse BA/F3 cells
ChEMBL 548 6 2 8 3.1 CC[C@H]1CN(c2ncc(C(=O)NC(C)C)nc2Cl)CCN1C1CCN(C(=O)c2ccc(Cl)nc2N)CC1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2011.09.120
45486526 191200 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.1 pIC50 = 9.1 Binding
Displacement of [125I]IP10 from CXCR3 receptor expressed in PBMCDisplacement of [125I]IP10 from CXCR3 receptor expressed in PBMC
ChEMBL 627 10 0 7 5.9 CCS(=O)(=O)CCN(C(=O)Cc1ccc(C(F)(F)F)c(F)c1)[C@H](C)c1nc2c(C3CC3)nccn2c1-c1ccc(C#N)cc1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2009.07.021
CHEMBL570665 191200 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.1 pIC50 = 9.1 Binding
Displacement of [125I]IP10 from CXCR3 receptor expressed in PBMCDisplacement of [125I]IP10 from CXCR3 receptor expressed in PBMC
ChEMBL 627 10 0 7 5.9 CCS(=O)(=O)CCN(C(=O)Cc1ccc(C(F)(F)F)c(F)c1)[C@H](C)c1nc2c(C3CC3)nccn2c1-c1ccc(C#N)cc1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2009.07.021
45486531 191904 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.1 pIC50 = 9.1 Binding
Displacement of [125I]IP10 from CXCR3 receptor expressed in PBMCDisplacement of [125I]IP10 from CXCR3 receptor expressed in PBMC
ChEMBL 653 8 0 7 6.3 C[C@H](c1nc2c(C3CC3)nccn2c1-c1ccc(C#N)cc1)N(CC1CCS(=O)(=O)CC1)C(=O)Cc1ccc(F)c(C(F)(F)F)c1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2009.07.021
CHEMBL576097 191904 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.1 pIC50 = 9.1 Binding
Displacement of [125I]IP10 from CXCR3 receptor expressed in PBMCDisplacement of [125I]IP10 from CXCR3 receptor expressed in PBMC
ChEMBL 653 8 0 7 6.3 C[C@H](c1nc2c(C3CC3)nccn2c1-c1ccc(C#N)cc1)N(CC1CCS(=O)(=O)CC1)C(=O)Cc1ccc(F)c(C(F)(F)F)c1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2009.07.021
45486523 192141 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.1 pIC50 = 9.1 Binding
Displacement of [125I]IP10 from CXCR3 receptor expressed in PBMCDisplacement of [125I]IP10 from CXCR3 receptor expressed in PBMC
ChEMBL 617 10 0 8 5.0 CCS(=O)(=O)CCN(C(=O)Cc1ccc(C(F)(F)F)c(F)c1)[C@H](C)c1nc2c(OC)nccn2c1-c1ccc(C#N)cc1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2009.07.021
CHEMBL578187 192141 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.1 pIC50 = 9.1 Binding
Displacement of [125I]IP10 from CXCR3 receptor expressed in PBMCDisplacement of [125I]IP10 from CXCR3 receptor expressed in PBMC
ChEMBL 617 10 0 8 5.0 CCS(=O)(=O)CCN(C(=O)Cc1ccc(C(F)(F)F)c(F)c1)[C@H](C)c1nc2c(OC)nccn2c1-c1ccc(C#N)cc1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2009.07.021
45379650 192145 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.1 pIC50 = 9.1 Binding
Displacement of [125I]IP10 from CXCR3 receptor expressed in PBMCDisplacement of [125I]IP10 from CXCR3 receptor expressed in PBMC
ChEMBL 653 8 0 7 6.3 C[C@H](c1nc2c(C3CC3)nccn2c1-c1ccc(C#N)cc1)N(CC1CCS(=O)(=O)CC1)C(=O)Cc1ccc(C(F)(F)F)c(F)c1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2009.07.021
CHEMBL578192 192145 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.1 pIC50 = 9.1 Binding
Displacement of [125I]IP10 from CXCR3 receptor expressed in PBMCDisplacement of [125I]IP10 from CXCR3 receptor expressed in PBMC
ChEMBL 653 8 0 7 6.3 C[C@H](c1nc2c(C3CC3)nccn2c1-c1ccc(C#N)cc1)N(CC1CCS(=O)(=O)CC1)C(=O)Cc1ccc(C(F)(F)F)c(F)c1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2009.07.021
11995700 104657 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9 Binding
Binding affinity to human CXCR3 receptorBinding affinity to human CXCR3 receptor
ChEMBL 589 7 3 12 3.0 CCNc1nnc(-c2nc(Cl)c(N3CCN(C4CCN(C(=O)c5ccc(Cl)nc5N)CC4)[C@@H](CC)C3)nc2N)o1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2014.01.009
CHEMBL3116486 104657 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9 Binding
Binding affinity to human CXCR3 receptorBinding affinity to human CXCR3 receptor
ChEMBL 589 7 3 12 3.0 CCNc1nnc(-c2nc(Cl)c(N3CCN(C4CCN(C(=O)c5ccc(Cl)nc5N)CC4)[C@@H](CC)C3)nc2N)o1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2014.01.009
46883308 5409 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9 Binding
Displacement of [125I]-1P10 from human CXCR3 expressed in PBMC after 2 hrs in RPMI buffer by scintillation countingDisplacement of [125I]-1P10 from human CXCR3 expressed in PBMC after 2 hrs in RPMI buffer by scintillation counting
ChEMBL 639 9 0 7 6.3 CCOc1ccc(-n2c([C@@H](C)N(C(=O)Cc3ccc(F)c(C(F)(F)F)c3)C3CCN(C(C)C)CC3)nc3ncccc3c2=O)cc1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2009.07.032
CHEMBL1077828 5409 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9 Binding
Displacement of [125I]-1P10 from human CXCR3 expressed in PBMC after 2 hrs in RPMI buffer by scintillation countingDisplacement of [125I]-1P10 from human CXCR3 expressed in PBMC after 2 hrs in RPMI buffer by scintillation counting
ChEMBL 639 9 0 7 6.3 CCOc1ccc(-n2c([C@@H](C)N(C(=O)Cc3ccc(F)c(C(F)(F)F)c3)C3CCN(C(C)C)CC3)nc3ncccc3c2=O)cc1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2009.07.032
46883311 5411 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9 Binding
Displacement of [125I]-1P10 from human CXCR3 expressed in PBMC after 2 hrs in RPMI buffer by scintillation countingDisplacement of [125I]-1P10 from human CXCR3 expressed in PBMC after 2 hrs in RPMI buffer by scintillation counting
ChEMBL 634 11 0 8 4.9 CCOc1ccc(-n2c([C@@H](C)N(CCS(=O)(=O)CC)C(=O)Cc3ccc(F)c(C(F)(F)F)c3)nc3ncccc3c2=O)cc1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2009.07.032
CHEMBL1077830 5411 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9 Binding
Displacement of [125I]-1P10 from human CXCR3 expressed in PBMC after 2 hrs in RPMI buffer by scintillation countingDisplacement of [125I]-1P10 from human CXCR3 expressed in PBMC after 2 hrs in RPMI buffer by scintillation counting
ChEMBL 634 11 0 8 4.9 CCOc1ccc(-n2c([C@@H](C)N(CCS(=O)(=O)CC)C(=O)Cc3ccc(F)c(C(F)(F)F)c3)nc3ncccc3c2=O)cc1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2009.07.032
45101529 5412 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9 Binding
Displacement of [125I]-1P10 from human CXCR3 expressed in PBMC after 2 hrs in RPMI buffer by scintillation countingDisplacement of [125I]-1P10 from human CXCR3 expressed in PBMC after 2 hrs in RPMI buffer by scintillation counting
ChEMBL 688 11 0 8 5.4 CCS(=O)(=O)CCN(C(=O)Cc1ccc(F)c(C(F)(F)F)c1)[C@H](C)c1nc2ncccc2c(=O)n1-c1ccc(OCC(F)(F)F)cc1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2009.07.032
CHEMBL1077831 5412 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9 Binding
Displacement of [125I]-1P10 from human CXCR3 expressed in PBMC after 2 hrs in RPMI buffer by scintillation countingDisplacement of [125I]-1P10 from human CXCR3 expressed in PBMC after 2 hrs in RPMI buffer by scintillation counting
ChEMBL 688 11 0 8 5.4 CCS(=O)(=O)CCN(C(=O)Cc1ccc(F)c(C(F)(F)F)c1)[C@H](C)c1nc2ncccc2c(=O)n1-c1ccc(OCC(F)(F)F)cc1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2009.07.032
45101529 5412 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9 Binding
Displacement of [125I]-ITAC from human CXCR3 expressed in human PBMC after 2 hrs in RPMI buffer by scintillation countingDisplacement of [125I]-ITAC from human CXCR3 expressed in human PBMC after 2 hrs in RPMI buffer by scintillation counting
ChEMBL 688 11 0 8 5.4 CCS(=O)(=O)CCN(C(=O)Cc1ccc(F)c(C(F)(F)F)c1)[C@H](C)c1nc2ncccc2c(=O)n1-c1ccc(OCC(F)(F)F)cc1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2009.07.032
CHEMBL1077831 5412 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9 Binding
Displacement of [125I]-ITAC from human CXCR3 expressed in human PBMC after 2 hrs in RPMI buffer by scintillation countingDisplacement of [125I]-ITAC from human CXCR3 expressed in human PBMC after 2 hrs in RPMI buffer by scintillation counting
ChEMBL 688 11 0 8 5.4 CCS(=O)(=O)CCN(C(=O)Cc1ccc(F)c(C(F)(F)F)c1)[C@H](C)c1nc2ncccc2c(=O)n1-c1ccc(OCC(F)(F)F)cc1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2009.07.032
44455870 154708 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9 Binding
Displacement of [125I]IP10 from human recombinant CXCR3 receptor expressed in IL2-activated human PBMCDisplacement of [125I]IP10 from human recombinant CXCR3 receptor expressed in IL2-activated human PBMC
ChEMBL 604 9 0 6 6.7 CCOc1ccc(-n2c([C@@H](C)N(Cc3cccnc3)C(=O)Cc3ccc(F)c(C(F)(F)F)c3)nc3ccccc3c2=O)cc1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2007.11.072
CHEMBL404201 154708 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9 Binding
Displacement of [125I]IP10 from human recombinant CXCR3 receptor expressed in IL2-activated human PBMCDisplacement of [125I]IP10 from human recombinant CXCR3 receptor expressed in IL2-activated human PBMC
ChEMBL 604 9 0 6 6.7 CCOc1ccc(-n2c([C@@H](C)N(Cc3cccnc3)C(=O)Cc3ccc(F)c(C(F)(F)F)c3)nc3ccccc3c2=O)cc1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2007.11.072
71679478 141608 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 510 4 1 8 4.0 C[C@@H]1CN(c2scnc2-c2nc3cc(Cl)c(F)cc3[nH]2)CCN1C(=O)Cn1cnc2cccnc21 nan
CHEMBL3889786 141608 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 510 4 1 8 4.0 C[C@@H]1CN(c2scnc2-c2nc3cc(Cl)c(F)cc3[nH]2)CCN1C(=O)Cn1cnc2cccnc21 nan
89726146 141672 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 528 4 1 10 3.0 C[C@@H]1CN(c2sc(C(F)(F)F)nc2-c2nc3cncnc3[nH]2)CCN1C(=O)Cn1cnc2cccnc21 nan
CHEMBL3890323 141672 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 528 4 1 10 3.0 C[C@@H]1CN(c2sc(C(F)(F)F)nc2-c2nc3cncnc3[nH]2)CCN1C(=O)Cn1cnc2cccnc21 nan
89726440 141893 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 522 4 1 8 3.8 Cc1nc(C)n(CC(=O)N2CCN(c3sc(C(F)(F)F)nc3-c3nc4c(F)cccc4[nH]3)C[C@H]2C)n1 nan
CHEMBL3892103 141893 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 522 4 1 8 3.8 Cc1nc(C)n(CC(=O)N2CCN(c3sc(C(F)(F)F)nc3-c3nc4c(F)cccc4[nH]3)C[C@H]2C)n1 nan
89726592 142281 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 498 5 1 8 4.0 C[C@@H]1CN(c2scnc2-c2nc3ccc(C4CC4)cc3[nH]2)CCN1C(=O)Cn1cnc2cccnc21 nan
CHEMBL3895316 142281 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 498 5 1 8 4.0 C[C@@H]1CN(c2scnc2-c2nc3ccc(C4CC4)cc3[nH]2)CCN1C(=O)Cn1cnc2cccnc21 nan
89725785 142300 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 486 5 1 8 3.7 CCc1nc(-c2nc3ccccc3[nH]2)c(N2CCN(C(=O)Cn3cnc4cccnc43)[C@H](C)C2)s1 nan
CHEMBL3895485 142300 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 486 5 1 8 3.7 CCc1nc(-c2nc3ccccc3[nH]2)c(N2CCN(C(=O)Cn3cnc4cccnc43)[C@H](C)C2)s1 nan
71678462 142417 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 506 4 1 8 4.2 C[C@H]1CN(c2scnc2-c2nc3cc(Cl)ccc3[nH]2)C[C@@H](C)N1C(=O)Cn1cnc2cccnc21 nan
CHEMBL3896434 142417 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 506 4 1 8 4.2 C[C@H]1CN(c2scnc2-c2nc3cc(Cl)ccc3[nH]2)C[C@@H](C)N1C(=O)Cn1cnc2cccnc21 nan
117739850 143005 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 490 4 1 8 3.3 Cc1ncn(CC(=O)N2CCN(c3sc(C(F)(F)F)nc3-c3nc4ccccc4[nH]3)C[C@H]2C)n1 nan
CHEMBL3901259 143005 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 490 4 1 8 3.3 Cc1ncn(CC(=O)N2CCN(c3sc(C(F)(F)F)nc3-c3nc4ccccc4[nH]3)C[C@H]2C)n1 nan
71679798 143054 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 534 5 1 8 4.8 C[C@@H]1CN(c2scnc2-c2nc3ccc(-c4ccccc4)cc3[nH]2)CCN1C(=O)Cn1cnc2cccnc21 nan
CHEMBL3901665 143054 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 534 5 1 8 4.8 C[C@@H]1CN(c2scnc2-c2nc3ccc(-c4ccccc4)cc3[nH]2)CCN1C(=O)Cn1cnc2cccnc21 nan
71679315 143290 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 560 4 1 8 4.8 C[C@@H]1CN(c2scnc2-c2nc3cc(Cl)c(C(F)(F)F)cc3[nH]2)CCN1C(=O)Cn1cnc2cccnc21 nan
CHEMBL3903462 143290 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 560 4 1 8 4.8 C[C@@H]1CN(c2scnc2-c2nc3cc(Cl)c(C(F)(F)F)cc3[nH]2)CCN1C(=O)Cn1cnc2cccnc21 nan
71679633 143350 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 514 4 1 8 4.5 C[C@@H]1CN(c2scnc2-c2nc3cc(C(C)(C)C)ccc3[nH]2)CCN1C(=O)Cn1cnc2cccnc21 nan
CHEMBL3903948 143350 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 514 4 1 8 4.5 C[C@@H]1CN(c2scnc2-c2nc3cc(C(C)(C)C)ccc3[nH]2)CCN1C(=O)Cn1cnc2cccnc21 nan
71679310 143545 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 509 4 1 7 4.6 C[C@@H]1CN(c2scnc2-c2nc3cc(Cl)c(F)cc3[nH]2)CCN1C(=O)Cn1ccc2cccnc21 nan
CHEMBL3905608 143545 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 509 4 1 7 4.6 C[C@@H]1CN(c2scnc2-c2nc3cc(Cl)c(F)cc3[nH]2)CCN1C(=O)Cn1ccc2cccnc21 nan
71679480 143950 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 506 4 1 8 4.1 Cc1cc2[nH]c(-c3ncsc3N3CCN(C(=O)Cn4cnc5cccnc54)[C@H](C)C3)nc2cc1Cl nan
CHEMBL3908992 143950 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 506 4 1 8 4.1 Cc1cc2[nH]c(-c3ncsc3N3CCN(C(=O)Cn4cnc5cccnc54)[C@H](C)C3)nc2cc1Cl nan
71679636 144171 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 492 4 1 8 3.8 C[C@@H]1CN(c2scnc2-c2nc3ccc(Cl)cc3[nH]2)CCN1C(=O)Cn1cnc2cccnc21 nan
CHEMBL3910696 144171 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 492 4 1 8 3.8 C[C@@H]1CN(c2scnc2-c2nc3ccc(Cl)cc3[nH]2)CCN1C(=O)Cn1cnc2cccnc21 nan
117739228 144569 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 546 6 1 8 4.0 Cc1nn(CC(=O)N2CCN(c3sc(C(F)(F)F)nc3-c3nc4ccccc4[nH]3)C[C@H]2C)cc1CN(C)C nan
CHEMBL3913741 144569 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 546 6 1 8 4.0 Cc1nn(CC(=O)N2CCN(c3sc(C(F)(F)F)nc3-c3nc4ccccc4[nH]3)C[C@H]2C)cc1CN(C)C nan
71678126 144650 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 493 4 1 7 4.1 C[C@@H]1CN(c2scnc2-c2nc3c(F)c(F)ccc3[nH]2)CCN1C(=O)Cn1ccc2cccnc21 nan
CHEMBL3914293 144650 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 493 4 1 7 4.1 C[C@@H]1CN(c2scnc2-c2nc3c(F)c(F)ccc3[nH]2)CCN1C(=O)Cn1ccc2cccnc21 nan
89726264 145024 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 526 4 1 8 4.2 C[C@@H]1CN(c2sc(C(F)(F)F)nc2-c2nc3ccccc3[nH]2)CCN1C(=O)Cn1cc2cccnc2n1 nan
CHEMBL3917131 145024 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 526 4 1 8 4.2 C[C@@H]1CN(c2sc(C(F)(F)F)nc2-c2nc3ccccc3[nH]2)CCN1C(=O)Cn1cc2cccnc2n1 nan
89726197 145206 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 488 5 2 9 2.7 C[C@@H]1CN(c2scnc2-c2nc3ccc(CO)cc3[nH]2)CCN1C(=O)Cn1cnc2cccnc21 nan
CHEMBL3918533 145206 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 488 5 2 9 2.7 C[C@@H]1CN(c2scnc2-c2nc3ccc(CO)cc3[nH]2)CCN1C(=O)Cn1cnc2cccnc21 nan
117739704 145626 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 525 4 1 7 4.8 C[C@@H]1CN(c2sc(C(F)(F)F)nc2-c2nc3ccccc3[nH]2)CCN1C(=O)Cn1cnc2ccccc21 nan
CHEMBL3921901 145626 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 525 4 1 7 4.8 C[C@@H]1CN(c2sc(C(F)(F)F)nc2-c2nc3ccccc3[nH]2)CCN1C(=O)Cn1cnc2ccccc21 nan
117740351 145876 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 583 5 1 7 4.7 C[C@@H]1CN(c2sc(C(F)(F)F)nc2-c2nc3ccccc3[nH]2)CCN1C(=O)Cc1ccccc1N1CCN(C)CC1 nan
CHEMBL3923803 145876 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 583 5 1 7 4.7 C[C@@H]1CN(c2sc(C(F)(F)F)nc2-c2nc3ccccc3[nH]2)CCN1C(=O)Cc1ccccc1N1CCN(C)CC1 nan
117740387 145879 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 489 4 1 7 3.9 Cc1cnn(CC(=O)N2CCN(c3sc(C(F)(F)F)nc3-c3nc4ccccc4[nH]3)C[C@H]2C)c1 nan
CHEMBL3923811 145879 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 489 4 1 7 3.9 Cc1cnn(CC(=O)N2CCN(c3sc(C(F)(F)F)nc3-c3nc4ccccc4[nH]3)C[C@H]2C)c1 nan
89726576 146568 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 458 4 1 8 3.2 C[C@@H]1CN(c2scnc2-c2nc3ccccc3[nH]2)CCN1C(=O)Cn1ncc2cccnc21 nan
CHEMBL3929525 146568 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 458 4 1 8 3.2 C[C@@H]1CN(c2scnc2-c2nc3ccccc3[nH]2)CCN1C(=O)Cn1ncc2cccnc21 nan
89726451 146600 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 512 4 1 8 3.8 O=C(Cn1cnc2cccnc21)N1CCN(c2sc(C(F)(F)F)nc2-c2nc3ccccc3[nH]2)CC1 nan
CHEMBL3929775 146600 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 512 4 1 8 3.8 O=C(Cn1cnc2cccnc21)N1CCN(c2sc(C(F)(F)F)nc2-c2nc3ccccc3[nH]2)CC1 nan
89725938 146691 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 501 6 1 9 2.7 CN(C)C[C@@H]1CN(c2scnc2-c2nc3ccccc3[nH]2)CCN1C(=O)Cn1cnc2cccnc21 nan
CHEMBL3930468 146691 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 501 6 1 9 2.7 CN(C)C[C@@H]1CN(c2scnc2-c2nc3ccccc3[nH]2)CCN1C(=O)Cn1cnc2cccnc21 nan
71679479 147385 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 500 5 1 8 4.3 CC(C)c1ccc2nc(-c3ncsc3N3CCN(C(=O)Cn4cnc5cccnc54)[C@H](C)C3)[nH]c2c1 nan
CHEMBL3935793 147385 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 500 5 1 8 4.3 CC(C)c1ccc2nc(-c3ncsc3N3CCN(C(=O)Cn4cnc5cccnc54)[C@H](C)C3)[nH]c2c1 nan
117739638 147440 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 543 4 1 7 4.7 C[C@@H]1CN(c2sc(C(F)(F)F)nc2-c2nc3ccccc3[nH]2)CCN1C(=O)Cn1ccc(C(F)(F)F)n1 nan
CHEMBL3936265 147440 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 543 4 1 7 4.7 C[C@@H]1CN(c2sc(C(F)(F)F)nc2-c2nc3ccccc3[nH]2)CCN1C(=O)Cn1ccc(C(F)(F)F)n1 nan
89726525 147519 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 491 4 1 7 4.4 C[C@@H]1CN(c2scnc2-c2nc3ccccc3[nH]2)CCN1C(=O)Cn1cc(Cl)c2cccnc21 nan
CHEMBL3936959 147519 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 491 4 1 7 4.4 C[C@@H]1CN(c2scnc2-c2nc3ccccc3[nH]2)CCN1C(=O)Cn1cc(Cl)c2cccnc21 nan
117739351 147670 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 536 4 1 6 5.5 C[C@@H]1CN(c2sc(C(F)(F)F)nc2-c2nc3ccccc3[nH]2)CCN1C(=O)Cc1cccc2cccnc12 nan
CHEMBL3938074 147670 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 536 4 1 6 5.5 C[C@@H]1CN(c2sc(C(F)(F)F)nc2-c2nc3ccccc3[nH]2)CCN1C(=O)Cc1cccc2cccnc12 nan
71679635 147956 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 508 4 1 8 4.0 C[C@@H]1CN(c2scnc2-c2nc3cc(Cl)ccc3[nH]2)CCN1C(=O)Cn1c(=O)oc2ccccc21 nan
CHEMBL3940474 147956 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 508 4 1 8 4.0 C[C@@H]1CN(c2scnc2-c2nc3cc(Cl)ccc3[nH]2)CCN1C(=O)Cn1c(=O)oc2ccccc21 nan
71679316 148748 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 526 4 1 8 4.2 C[C@@H]1CN(c2scnc2-c2nc3cc(C(F)(F)F)ccc3[nH]2)CCN1C(=O)Cn1cnc2cccnc21 nan
CHEMBL3946677 148748 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 526 4 1 8 4.2 C[C@@H]1CN(c2scnc2-c2nc3cc(C(F)(F)F)ccc3[nH]2)CCN1C(=O)Cn1cnc2cccnc21 nan
89725963 149021 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 568 5 1 9 4.4 CC(=O)c1ccc2[nH]c(-c3nc(C(F)(F)F)sc3N3CCN(C(=O)Cn4cnc5cccnc54)[C@H](C)C3)nc2c1 nan
CHEMBL3948779 149021 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 568 5 1 9 4.4 CC(=O)c1ccc2[nH]c(-c3nc(C(F)(F)F)sc3N3CCN(C(=O)Cn4cnc5cccnc54)[C@H](C)C3)nc2c1 nan
89726410 149349 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 503 4 1 7 4.3 Cc1cc(C)n(CC(=O)N2CCN(c3sc(C(F)(F)F)nc3-c3nc4ccccc4[nH]3)C[C@H]2C)n1 nan
CHEMBL3951530 149349 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 503 4 1 7 4.3 Cc1cc(C)n(CC(=O)N2CCN(c3sc(C(F)(F)F)nc3-c3nc4ccccc4[nH]3)C[C@H]2C)n1 nan
89726560 149938 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 540 4 1 6 4.3 C[C@@H]1CN(c2sc(C(F)(F)F)nc2-c2nc3ccccc3[nH]2)CCN1C(=O)CN1C(=O)Cc2ccccc21 nan
CHEMBL3956337 149938 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 540 4 1 6 4.3 C[C@@H]1CN(c2sc(C(F)(F)F)nc2-c2nc3ccccc3[nH]2)CCN1C(=O)CN1C(=O)Cc2ccccc21 nan
89726516 150547 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 554 4 1 8 3.8 C[C@@H]1CN(c2sc(C(F)(F)F)nc2-c2nc3ccccc3[nH]2)CCN1C(=O)Cn1cnc(Br)n1 nan
CHEMBL3961149 150547 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 554 4 1 8 3.8 C[C@@H]1CN(c2sc(C(F)(F)F)nc2-c2nc3ccccc3[nH]2)CCN1C(=O)Cn1cnc(Br)n1 nan
89726222 150903 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 584 5 1 10 4.0 COC(=O)c1ccc2[nH]c(-c3nc(C(F)(F)F)sc3N3CCN(C(=O)Cn4cnc5cccnc54)[C@H](C)C3)nc2c1 nan
CHEMBL3964312 150903 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 584 5 1 10 4.0 COC(=O)c1ccc2[nH]c(-c3nc(C(F)(F)F)sc3N3CCN(C(=O)Cn4cnc5cccnc54)[C@H](C)C3)nc2c1 nan
117739802 151122 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 586 7 2 10 3.6 C[C@@H]1CN(c2sc(C(F)(F)F)nc2-c2nc3cc(OCCO)ccc3[nH]2)CCN1C(=O)Cn1cnc2cccnc21 nan
CHEMBL3966250 151122 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 586 7 2 10 3.6 C[C@@H]1CN(c2sc(C(F)(F)F)nc2-c2nc3cc(OCCO)ccc3[nH]2)CCN1C(=O)Cn1cnc2cccnc21 nan
71679629 151335 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 471 5 1 7 4.2 CC[C@@H]1CN(c2scnc2-c2nc3ccccc3[nH]2)CCN1C(=O)Cn1ccc2cccnc21 nan
CHEMBL3967981 151335 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 471 5 1 7 4.2 CC[C@@H]1CN(c2scnc2-c2nc3ccccc3[nH]2)CCN1C(=O)Cn1ccc2cccnc21 nan
89726625 151669 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 536 4 1 8 3.9 C[C@@H]1CN(c2sc(Br)nc2-c2nc3ccccc3[nH]2)CCN1C(=O)Cn1cnc2cccnc21 nan
CHEMBL3971056 151669 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 536 4 1 8 3.9 C[C@@H]1CN(c2sc(Br)nc2-c2nc3ccccc3[nH]2)CCN1C(=O)Cn1cnc2cccnc21 nan
71679799 151882 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 486 5 1 8 3.7 CCc1ccc2nc(-c3ncsc3N3CCN(C(=O)Cn4cnc5cccnc54)[C@H](C)C3)[nH]c2c1 nan
CHEMBL3972743 151882 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 486 5 1 8 3.7 CCc1ccc2nc(-c3ncsc3N3CCN(C(=O)Cn4cnc5cccnc54)[C@H](C)C3)[nH]c2c1 nan
89726538 151935 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 560 4 1 8 4.8 C[C@@H]1CN(c2sc(C(F)(F)F)nc2-c2nc3cc(Cl)ccc3[nH]2)CCN1C(=O)Cn1cnc2cccnc21 nan
CHEMBL3973196 151935 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 560 4 1 8 4.8 C[C@@H]1CN(c2sc(C(F)(F)F)nc2-c2nc3cc(Cl)ccc3[nH]2)CCN1C(=O)Cn1cnc2cccnc21 nan
89726679 152069 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 540 4 1 8 3.9 Cc1nc(C)n(CC(=O)N2CCN(c3sc(C(F)(F)F)nc3-c3nc4c(F)c(F)ccc4[nH]3)C[C@H]2C)n1 nan
CHEMBL3974351 152069 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 540 4 1 8 3.9 Cc1nc(C)n(CC(=O)N2CCN(c3sc(C(F)(F)F)nc3-c3nc4c(F)c(F)ccc4[nH]3)C[C@H]2C)n1 nan
71679634 152119 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 472 4 1 8 3.5 Cc1ccc2[nH]c(-c3ncsc3N3CCN(C(=O)Cn4cnc5cccnc54)[C@H](C)C3)nc2c1 nan
CHEMBL3974833 152119 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 472 4 1 8 3.5 Cc1ccc2[nH]c(-c3ncsc3N3CCN(C(=O)Cn4cnc5cccnc54)[C@H](C)C3)nc2c1 nan
71679471 152133 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 513 4 1 7 5.1 C[C@@H]1CN(c2scnc2-c2nc3ccc(C(C)(C)C)cc3[nH]2)CCN1C(=O)Cn1ccc2cccnc21 nan
CHEMBL3974991 152133 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 513 4 1 7 5.1 C[C@@H]1CN(c2scnc2-c2nc3ccc(C(C)(C)C)cc3[nH]2)CCN1C(=O)Cn1ccc2cccnc21 nan
71679473 152184 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 471 4 1 7 4.1 Cc1cccc2[nH]c(-c3ncsc3N3CCN(C(=O)Cn4ccc5cccnc54)[C@H](C)C3)nc12 nan
CHEMBL3975264 152184 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 471 4 1 7 4.1 Cc1cccc2[nH]c(-c3ncsc3N3CCN(C(=O)Cn4ccc5cccnc54)[C@H](C)C3)nc12 nan
117739020 152497 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 570 5 2 9 4.2 CC(O)c1ccc2[nH]c(-c3nc(C(F)(F)F)sc3N3CCN(C(=O)Cn4cnc5cccnc54)[C@H](C)C3)nc2c1 nan
CHEMBL3977943 152497 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 570 5 2 9 4.2 CC(O)c1ccc2[nH]c(-c3nc(C(F)(F)F)sc3N3CCN(C(=O)Cn4cnc5cccnc54)[C@H](C)C3)nc2c1 nan
71679146 152607 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 526 4 1 8 4.2 C[C@@H]1CN(c2sc(C(F)(F)F)nc2-c2nc3ccccc3[nH]2)CCN1C(=O)Cn1cnc2cccnc21 nan
CHEMBL3978935 152607 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 526 4 1 8 4.2 C[C@@H]1CN(c2sc(C(F)(F)F)nc2-c2nc3ccccc3[nH]2)CCN1C(=O)Cn1cnc2cccnc21 nan
117740233 152859 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 588 5 1 9 4.5 Cc1nc(C)n(CC(=O)N2CCN(c3sc(C(F)(F)F)nc3-c3nc4ccc(C5CCOCC5)cc4[nH]3)C[C@H]2C)n1 nan
CHEMBL3981151 152859 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 588 5 1 9 4.5 Cc1nc(C)n(CC(=O)N2CCN(c3sc(C(F)(F)F)nc3-c3nc4ccc(C5CCOCC5)cc4[nH]3)C[C@H]2C)n1 nan
117739250 153253 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 544 4 1 8 3.6 C[C@@H]1CN(c2sc(C(F)(F)F)nc2-c2nc3ccccc3[nH]2)CCN1C(=O)Cn1cnc2c1CN(C)CC2 nan
CHEMBL3984468 153253 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 544 4 1 8 3.6 C[C@@H]1CN(c2sc(C(F)(F)F)nc2-c2nc3ccccc3[nH]2)CCN1C(=O)Cn1cnc2c1CN(C)CC2 nan
89726463 153302 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 542 4 2 8 3.5 C[C@@H]1CN(c2sc(C(F)(F)F)nc2-c2nc3ccccc3[nH]2)CCN1C(=O)Cn1c(=O)[nH]c2cccnc21 nan
CHEMBL3985006 153302 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 542 4 2 8 3.5 C[C@@H]1CN(c2sc(C(F)(F)F)nc2-c2nc3ccccc3[nH]2)CCN1C(=O)Cn1c(=O)[nH]c2cccnc21 nan
11569938 57693 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Mouse 9.0 pIC50 = 9.0 Functional
Antagonist activity at mouse CXCR3Antagonist activity at mouse CXCR3
ChEMBL 521 7 1 5 4.8 CCNC(=O)c1cnc(N2CCN(C3CCN(Cc4ccc(Cl)cc4F)CC3)[C@@H](CC)C2)c(Cl)c1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2010.12.114
CHEMBL1681882 57693 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Mouse 9.0 pIC50 = 9.0 Functional
Antagonist activity at mouse CXCR3Antagonist activity at mouse CXCR3
ChEMBL 521 7 1 5 4.8 CCNC(=O)c1cnc(N2CCN(C3CCN(Cc4ccc(Cl)cc4F)CC3)[C@@H](CC)C2)c(Cl)c1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2010.12.114
57394301 68164 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9.0 Binding
Displacement of [125I]CXCL10 from human CXCR3 expressed in mouse BA/F3 cellsDisplacement of [125I]CXCL10 from human CXCR3 expressed in mouse BA/F3 cells
ChEMBL 510 6 1 6 3.5 CC[C@H]1CN(c2ncc(C(=O)NC3CC3)nc2C)CCN1C1CCN(C(=O)c2ccc(Cl)cc2)CC1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2011.09.120
CHEMBL1921891 68164 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9.0 Binding
Displacement of [125I]CXCL10 from human CXCR3 expressed in mouse BA/F3 cellsDisplacement of [125I]CXCL10 from human CXCR3 expressed in mouse BA/F3 cells
ChEMBL 510 6 1 6 3.5 CC[C@H]1CN(c2ncc(C(=O)NC3CC3)nc2C)CCN1C1CCN(C(=O)c2ccc(Cl)cc2)CC1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2011.09.120
45486530 191903 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9.0 Binding
Displacement of [125I]IP10 from CXCR3 receptor expressed in PBMCDisplacement of [125I]IP10 from CXCR3 receptor expressed in PBMC
ChEMBL 651 9 0 8 6.0 C[C@H](c1nc2c(C3CC3)nccn2c1-c1ccc(C#N)cc1)N(CC1CCS(=O)(=O)CC1)C(=O)Cc1ccc(OC(F)(F)F)cc1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2009.07.021
CHEMBL576096 191903 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9.0 Binding
Displacement of [125I]IP10 from CXCR3 receptor expressed in PBMCDisplacement of [125I]IP10 from CXCR3 receptor expressed in PBMC
ChEMBL 651 9 0 8 6.0 C[C@H](c1nc2c(C3CC3)nccn2c1-c1ccc(C#N)cc1)N(CC1CCS(=O)(=O)CC1)C(=O)Cc1ccc(OC(F)(F)F)cc1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2009.07.021
45486534 191906 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9.0 Binding
Displacement of [125I]IP10 from CXCR3 receptor expressed in PBMCDisplacement of [125I]IP10 from CXCR3 receptor expressed in PBMC
ChEMBL 651 9 0 8 6.0 C[C@H](c1nc2c(C3CC3)nccn2c1-c1ccc(C#N)cc1)N(CC1CCS(=O)(=O)CC1)C(=O)Cc1cccc(OC(F)(F)F)c1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2009.07.021
CHEMBL576099 191906 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9.0 Binding
Displacement of [125I]IP10 from CXCR3 receptor expressed in PBMCDisplacement of [125I]IP10 from CXCR3 receptor expressed in PBMC
ChEMBL 651 9 0 8 6.0 C[C@H](c1nc2c(C3CC3)nccn2c1-c1ccc(C#N)cc1)N(CC1CCS(=O)(=O)CC1)C(=O)Cc1cccc(OC(F)(F)F)c1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2009.07.021
45486525 192143 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9.0 Binding
Displacement of [125I]IP10 from CXCR3 receptor expressed in PBMCDisplacement of [125I]IP10 from CXCR3 receptor expressed in PBMC
ChEMBL 615 10 0 7 5.6 CCc1nccn2c(-c3ccc(C#N)cc3)c([C@@H](C)N(CCS(=O)(=O)CC)C(=O)Cc3ccc(C(F)(F)F)c(F)c3)nc12 10.1016/j.bmcl.2009.07.021
CHEMBL578189 192143 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 9.0 pIC50 = 9.0 Binding
Displacement of [125I]IP10 from CXCR3 receptor expressed in PBMCDisplacement of [125I]IP10 from CXCR3 receptor expressed in PBMC
ChEMBL 615 10 0 7 5.6 CCc1nccn2c(-c3ccc(C#N)cc3)c([C@@H](C)N(CCS(=O)(=O)CC)C(=O)Cc3ccc(C(F)(F)F)c(F)c3)nc12 10.1016/j.bmcl.2009.07.021
44592137 178313 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Rat 8.9 pIC50 = 8.9 Functional
Antagonist activity at rat CXCR3Antagonist activity at rat CXCR3
ChEMBL 503 7 1 5 4.7 CCNC(=O)c1cnc(N2CCN(C3CCN(Cc4ccc(Cl)cc4)CC3)[C@@H](CC)C2)c(Cl)c1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2010.12.114
CHEMBL472288 178313 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Rat 8.9 pIC50 = 8.9 Functional
Antagonist activity at rat CXCR3Antagonist activity at rat CXCR3
ChEMBL 503 7 1 5 4.7 CCNC(=O)c1cnc(N2CCN(C3CCN(Cc4ccc(Cl)cc4)CC3)[C@@H](CC)C2)c(Cl)c1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2010.12.114
11995702 104659 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 8.9 pIC50 = 8.9 Binding
Binding affinity to human CXCR3 receptorBinding affinity to human CXCR3 receptor
ChEMBL 554 7 2 11 3.1 CCNc1nnc(-c2cnc(N3CCN(C4CCN(C(=O)c5ccc(Cl)nc5N)CC4)[C@@H](CC)C3)c(C)n2)o1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2014.01.009
CHEMBL3116488 104659 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 8.9 pIC50 = 8.9 Binding
Binding affinity to human CXCR3 receptorBinding affinity to human CXCR3 receptor
ChEMBL 554 7 2 11 3.1 CCNc1nnc(-c2cnc(N3CCN(C4CCN(C(=O)c5ccc(Cl)nc5N)CC4)[C@@H](CC)C3)c(C)n2)o1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2014.01.009
58768048 104667 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 8.9 pIC50 = 8.9 Binding
Binding affinity to human CXCR3 receptorBinding affinity to human CXCR3 receptor
ChEMBL 538 7 1 9 4.1 CCNc1nnc(-c2cnc(N3CCN(C4CCN(C(=O)c5ccc(Cl)cc5)CC4)[C@@H](CC)C3)c(C)n2)o1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2014.01.009
CHEMBL3116496 104667 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 8.9 pIC50 = 8.9 Binding
Binding affinity to human CXCR3 receptorBinding affinity to human CXCR3 receptor
ChEMBL 538 7 1 9 4.1 CCNc1nnc(-c2cnc(N3CCN(C4CCN(C(=O)c5ccc(Cl)cc5)CC4)[C@@H](CC)C3)c(C)n2)o1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2014.01.009
57401269 68151 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 8.9 pIC50 = 8.9 Binding
Displacement of [125I]CXCL10 from human CXCR3 expressed in mouse BA/F3 cellsDisplacement of [125I]CXCL10 from human CXCR3 expressed in mouse BA/F3 cells
ChEMBL 546 6 2 8 2.9 CC[C@H]1CN(c2ncc(C(=O)NC3CC3)nc2Cl)CCN1C1CCN(C(=O)c2ccc(Cl)nc2N)CC1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2011.09.120
CHEMBL1921878 68151 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 8.9 pIC50 = 8.9 Binding
Displacement of [125I]CXCL10 from human CXCR3 expressed in mouse BA/F3 cellsDisplacement of [125I]CXCL10 from human CXCR3 expressed in mouse BA/F3 cells
ChEMBL 546 6 2 8 2.9 CC[C@H]1CN(c2ncc(C(=O)NC3CC3)nc2Cl)CCN1C1CCN(C(=O)c2ccc(Cl)nc2N)CC1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2011.09.120
11856829 104640 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 8.9 pIC50 = 8.9 Binding
Binding affinity to human CXCR3 receptorBinding affinity to human CXCR3 receptor
ChEMBL 518 6 1 6 4.4 CC[C@H]1CN(c2ncc(C3=NCCN3)cc2Cl)CCN1C1CCN(Cc2ccc(Cl)cc2F)CC1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2014.01.009
CHEMBL3116469 104640 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 8.9 pIC50 = 8.9 Binding
Binding affinity to human CXCR3 receptorBinding affinity to human CXCR3 receptor
ChEMBL 518 6 1 6 4.4 CC[C@H]1CN(c2ncc(C3=NCCN3)cc2Cl)CCN1C1CCN(Cc2ccc(Cl)cc2F)CC1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2014.01.009
11995703 104652 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 8.9 pIC50 = 8.9 Binding
Binding affinity to human CXCR3 receptorBinding affinity to human CXCR3 receptor
ChEMBL 561 5 3 12 2.2 CC[C@H]1CN(c2nc(N)c(-c3nnc(N)o3)nc2Cl)CCN1C1CCN(C(=O)c2ccc(Cl)nc2N)CC1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2014.01.009
CHEMBL3116481 104652 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 8.9 pIC50 = 8.9 Binding
Binding affinity to human CXCR3 receptorBinding affinity to human CXCR3 receptor
ChEMBL 561 5 3 12 2.2 CC[C@H]1CN(c2nc(N)c(-c3nnc(N)o3)nc2Cl)CCN1C1CCN(C(=O)c2ccc(Cl)nc2N)CC1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2014.01.009
54764847 68168 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 8.9 pIC50 = 8.9 Binding
Displacement of [125I]CXCL10 from human CXCR3 expressed in mouse BA/F3 cellsDisplacement of [125I]CXCL10 from human CXCR3 expressed in mouse BA/F3 cells
ChEMBL 524 6 1 6 3.9 CC[C@H]1CN(c2ncc(C(=O)NC3CC3)nc2C)[C@H](C)CN1C1CCN(C(=O)c2ccc(Cl)cc2)CC1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2011.09.120
CHEMBL1921896 68168 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 8.9 pIC50 = 8.9 Binding
Displacement of [125I]CXCL10 from human CXCR3 expressed in mouse BA/F3 cellsDisplacement of [125I]CXCL10 from human CXCR3 expressed in mouse BA/F3 cells
ChEMBL 524 6 1 6 3.9 CC[C@H]1CN(c2ncc(C(=O)NC3CC3)nc2C)[C@H](C)CN1C1CCN(C(=O)c2ccc(Cl)cc2)CC1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2011.09.120
45486533 191228 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 8.9 pIC50 = 8.9 Binding
Displacement of [125I]IP10 from CXCR3 receptor expressed in PBMCDisplacement of [125I]IP10 from CXCR3 receptor expressed in PBMC
ChEMBL 635 8 0 7 6.1 C[C@H](c1nc2c(C3CC3)nccn2c1-c1ccc(C#N)cc1)N(CC1CCS(=O)(=O)CC1)C(=O)Cc1ccc(C(F)(F)F)cc1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2009.07.021
CHEMBL570858 191228 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 8.9 pIC50 = 8.9 Binding
Displacement of [125I]IP10 from CXCR3 receptor expressed in PBMCDisplacement of [125I]IP10 from CXCR3 receptor expressed in PBMC
ChEMBL 635 8 0 7 6.1 C[C@H](c1nc2c(C3CC3)nccn2c1-c1ccc(C#N)cc1)N(CC1CCS(=O)(=O)CC1)C(=O)Cc1ccc(C(F)(F)F)cc1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2009.07.021
11856830 104645 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 8.9 pIC50 = 8.9 Binding
Binding affinity to human CXCR3 receptorBinding affinity to human CXCR3 receptor
ChEMBL 518 6 0 7 5.1 CC[C@H]1CN(c2ncc(-c3nnco3)cc2Cl)CCN1C1CCN(Cc2ccc(Cl)cc2F)CC1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2014.01.009
CHEMBL3116474 104645 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 8.9 pIC50 = 8.9 Binding
Binding affinity to human CXCR3 receptorBinding affinity to human CXCR3 receptor
ChEMBL 518 6 0 7 5.1 CC[C@H]1CN(c2ncc(-c3nnco3)cc2Cl)CCN1C1CCN(Cc2ccc(Cl)cc2F)CC1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2014.01.009
45486528 191227 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 8.9 pIC50 = 8.9 Binding
Displacement of [125I]IP10 from CXCR3 receptor expressed in PBMCDisplacement of [125I]IP10 from CXCR3 receptor expressed in PBMC
ChEMBL 630 10 0 8 5.1 CCS(=O)(=O)CCN(C(=O)Cc1ccc(C(F)(F)F)c(F)c1)C(C)c1nc2c(N(C)C)nccn2c1-c1ccc(C#N)cc1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2009.07.021
CHEMBL570857 191227 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 8.9 pIC50 = 8.9 Binding
Displacement of [125I]IP10 from CXCR3 receptor expressed in PBMCDisplacement of [125I]IP10 from CXCR3 receptor expressed in PBMC
ChEMBL 630 10 0 8 5.1 CCS(=O)(=O)CCN(C(=O)Cc1ccc(C(F)(F)F)c(F)c1)C(C)c1nc2c(N(C)C)nccn2c1-c1ccc(C#N)cc1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2009.07.021
11997620 104660 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 8.8 pIC50 = 8.8 Binding
Binding affinity to human CXCR3 receptorBinding affinity to human CXCR3 receptor
ChEMBL 608 7 2 11 3.8 CCNc1nnc(-c2cnc(N3CCN(C4CCN(C(=O)c5ccc(Cl)nc5N)CC4)[C@@H](CC)C3)c(C(F)(F)F)n2)o1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2014.01.009
CHEMBL3116489 104660 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 8.8 pIC50 = 8.8 Binding
Binding affinity to human CXCR3 receptorBinding affinity to human CXCR3 receptor
ChEMBL 608 7 2 11 3.8 CCNc1nnc(-c2cnc(N3CCN(C4CCN(C(=O)c5ccc(Cl)nc5N)CC4)[C@@H](CC)C3)c(C(F)(F)F)n2)o1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2014.01.009
11996050 68144 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 8.8 pIC50 = 8.8 Binding
Displacement of [125I]CXCL10 from human CXCR3 expressed in mouse BA/F3 cellsDisplacement of [125I]CXCL10 from human CXCR3 expressed in mouse BA/F3 cells
ChEMBL 575 7 2 9 3.0 CC[C@H]1CN(c2nc(N)c(C(=O)N[C@@H]3CCOC3=O)nc2Cl)CCN1C1CCN(Cc2ccc(Cl)cc2)CC1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2011.09.120
CHEMBL1921871 68144 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 8.8 pIC50 = 8.8 Binding
Displacement of [125I]CXCL10 from human CXCR3 expressed in mouse BA/F3 cellsDisplacement of [125I]CXCL10 from human CXCR3 expressed in mouse BA/F3 cells
ChEMBL 575 7 2 9 3.0 CC[C@H]1CN(c2nc(N)c(C(=O)N[C@@H]3CCOC3=O)nc2Cl)CCN1C1CCN(Cc2ccc(Cl)cc2)CC1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2011.09.120
57397855 68150 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 8.8 pIC50 = 8.8 Binding
Displacement of [125I]CXCL10 from human CXCR3 expressed in mouse BA/F3 cellsDisplacement of [125I]CXCL10 from human CXCR3 expressed in mouse BA/F3 cells
ChEMBL 562 5 2 8 3.5 CC[C@H]1CN(c2ncc(C(=O)NC(C)(C)C)nc2Cl)CCN1C1CCN(C(=O)c2ccc(Cl)nc2N)CC1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2011.09.120
CHEMBL1921877 68150 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 8.8 pIC50 = 8.8 Binding
Displacement of [125I]CXCL10 from human CXCR3 expressed in mouse BA/F3 cellsDisplacement of [125I]CXCL10 from human CXCR3 expressed in mouse BA/F3 cells
ChEMBL 562 5 2 8 3.5 CC[C@H]1CN(c2ncc(C(=O)NC(C)(C)C)nc2Cl)CCN1C1CCN(C(=O)c2ccc(Cl)nc2N)CC1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2011.09.120
57394299 68156 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 8.8 pIC50 = 8.8 Binding
Displacement of [125I]CXCL10 from human CXCR3 expressed in mouse BA/F3 cellsDisplacement of [125I]CXCL10 from human CXCR3 expressed in mouse BA/F3 cells
ChEMBL 554 5 2 8 2.7 CC[C@H]1CN(c2ncc(C(=O)NC)nc2C(F)(F)F)CCN1C1CCN(C(=O)c2ccc(Cl)nc2N)CC1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2011.09.120
CHEMBL1921883 68156 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 8.8 pIC50 = 8.8 Binding
Displacement of [125I]CXCL10 from human CXCR3 expressed in mouse BA/F3 cellsDisplacement of [125I]CXCL10 from human CXCR3 expressed in mouse BA/F3 cells
ChEMBL 554 5 2 8 2.7 CC[C@H]1CN(c2ncc(C(=O)NC)nc2C(F)(F)F)CCN1C1CCN(C(=O)c2ccc(Cl)nc2N)CC1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2011.09.120
11569938 57693 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Rat 8.8 pIC50 = 8.8 Functional
Antagonist activity at rat CXCR3Antagonist activity at rat CXCR3
ChEMBL 521 7 1 5 4.8 CCNC(=O)c1cnc(N2CCN(C3CCN(Cc4ccc(Cl)cc4F)CC3)[C@@H](CC)C2)c(Cl)c1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2010.12.114
CHEMBL1681882 57693 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Rat 8.8 pIC50 = 8.8 Functional
Antagonist activity at rat CXCR3Antagonist activity at rat CXCR3
ChEMBL 521 7 1 5 4.8 CCNC(=O)c1cnc(N2CCN(C3CCN(Cc4ccc(Cl)cc4F)CC3)[C@@H](CC)C2)c(Cl)c1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2010.12.114
76332481 104656 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 8.8 pIC50 = 8.8 Binding
Binding affinity to human CXCR3 receptorBinding affinity to human CXCR3 receptor
ChEMBL 575 6 3 12 2.6 CC[C@H]1CN(c2nc(N)c(-c3nnc(NC)o3)nc2Cl)CCN1C1CCN(C(=O)c2ccc(Cl)nc2N)CC1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2014.01.009
CHEMBL3116485 104656 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 8.8 pIC50 = 8.8 Binding
Binding affinity to human CXCR3 receptorBinding affinity to human CXCR3 receptor
ChEMBL 575 6 3 12 2.6 CC[C@H]1CN(c2nc(N)c(-c3nnc(NC)o3)nc2Cl)CCN1C1CCN(C(=O)c2ccc(Cl)nc2N)CC1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2014.01.009
58768061 104672 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 8.8 pIC50 = 8.8 Binding
Binding affinity to human CXCR3 receptorBinding affinity to human CXCR3 receptor
ChEMBL 507 5 1 6 4.4 CC[C@H]1CN(c2ncc(-c3ncc[nH]3)nc2C)[C@H](C)CN1C1CCN(C(=O)c2ccc(Cl)cc2)CC1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2014.01.009
CHEMBL3116501 104672 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 8.8 pIC50 = 8.8 Binding
Binding affinity to human CXCR3 receptorBinding affinity to human CXCR3 receptor
ChEMBL 507 5 1 6 4.4 CC[C@H]1CN(c2ncc(-c3ncc[nH]3)nc2C)[C@H](C)CN1C1CCN(C(=O)c2ccc(Cl)cc2)CC1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2014.01.009
45486524 192142 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 8.8 pIC50 = 8.8 Binding
Displacement of [125I]IP10 from CXCR3 receptor expressed in PBMCDisplacement of [125I]IP10 from CXCR3 receptor expressed in PBMC
ChEMBL 601 9 0 7 5.3 CCS(=O)(=O)CCN(C(=O)Cc1ccc(C(F)(F)F)c(F)c1)[C@H](C)c1nc2c(C)nccn2c1-c1ccc(C#N)cc1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2009.07.021
CHEMBL578188 192142 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 8.8 pIC50 = 8.8 Binding
Displacement of [125I]IP10 from CXCR3 receptor expressed in PBMCDisplacement of [125I]IP10 from CXCR3 receptor expressed in PBMC
ChEMBL 601 9 0 7 5.3 CCS(=O)(=O)CCN(C(=O)Cc1ccc(C(F)(F)F)c(F)c1)[C@H](C)c1nc2c(C)nccn2c1-c1ccc(C#N)cc1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2009.07.021
45486532 191905 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 8.8 pIC50 = 8.8 Binding
Displacement of [125I]IP10 from CXCR3 receptor expressed in PBMCDisplacement of [125I]IP10 from CXCR3 receptor expressed in PBMC
ChEMBL 635 8 0 7 6.1 C[C@H](c1nc2c(C3CC3)nccn2c1-c1ccc(C#N)cc1)N(CC1CCS(=O)(=O)CC1)C(=O)Cc1cccc(C(F)(F)F)c1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2009.07.021
CHEMBL576098 191905 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 8.8 pIC50 = 8.8 Binding
Displacement of [125I]IP10 from CXCR3 receptor expressed in PBMCDisplacement of [125I]IP10 from CXCR3 receptor expressed in PBMC
ChEMBL 635 8 0 7 6.1 C[C@H](c1nc2c(C3CC3)nccn2c1-c1ccc(C#N)cc1)N(CC1CCS(=O)(=O)CC1)C(=O)Cc1cccc(C(F)(F)F)c1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2009.07.021
11997334 104666 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 8.7 pIC50 = 8.7 Binding
Binding affinity to human CXCR3 receptorBinding affinity to human CXCR3 receptor
ChEMBL 523 5 2 8 3.4 CC[C@H]1CN(c2ncc(-c3ncc[nH]3)nc2C)[C@H](C)CN1C1CCN(C(=O)c2ccc(Cl)nc2N)CC1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2014.01.009
CHEMBL3116495 104666 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 8.7 pIC50 = 8.7 Binding
Binding affinity to human CXCR3 receptorBinding affinity to human CXCR3 receptor
ChEMBL 523 5 2 8 3.4 CC[C@H]1CN(c2ncc(-c3ncc[nH]3)nc2C)[C@H](C)CN1C1CCN(C(=O)c2ccc(Cl)nc2N)CC1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2014.01.009
58768027 104669 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 8.7 pIC50 = 8.7 Binding
Binding affinity to human CXCR3 receptorBinding affinity to human CXCR3 receptor
ChEMBL 606 7 1 9 5.2 CCNc1nnc(-c2cnc(N3C[C@H](CC)N(C4CCN(C(=O)c5ccc(Cl)cc5)CC4)C[C@H]3C)c(C(F)(F)F)n2)o1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2014.01.009
CHEMBL3116498 104669 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 8.7 pIC50 = 8.7 Binding
Binding affinity to human CXCR3 receptorBinding affinity to human CXCR3 receptor
ChEMBL 606 7 1 9 5.2 CCNc1nnc(-c2cnc(N3C[C@H](CC)N(C4CCN(C(=O)c5ccc(Cl)cc5)CC4)C[C@H]3C)c(C(F)(F)F)n2)o1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2014.01.009
57394300 68157 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 8.7 pIC50 = 8.7 Binding
Displacement of [125I]CXCL10 from human CXCR3 expressed in mouse BA/F3 cellsDisplacement of [125I]CXCL10 from human CXCR3 expressed in mouse BA/F3 cells
ChEMBL 580 6 2 8 3.2 CC[C@H]1CN(c2ncc(C(=O)NC3CC3)nc2C(F)(F)F)CCN1C1CCN(C(=O)c2ccc(Cl)nc2N)CC1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2011.09.120
CHEMBL1921884 68157 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 8.7 pIC50 = 8.7 Binding
Displacement of [125I]CXCL10 from human CXCR3 expressed in mouse BA/F3 cellsDisplacement of [125I]CXCL10 from human CXCR3 expressed in mouse BA/F3 cells
ChEMBL 580 6 2 8 3.2 CC[C@H]1CN(c2ncc(C(=O)NC3CC3)nc2C(F)(F)F)CCN1C1CCN(C(=O)c2ccc(Cl)nc2N)CC1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2011.09.120
44455843 96725 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 8.7 pIC50 = 8.7 Binding
Displacement of [125I]IP10 from human recombinant CXCR3 receptor expressed in IL2-activated human PBMCDisplacement of [125I]IP10 from human recombinant CXCR3 receptor expressed in IL2-activated human PBMC
ChEMBL 526 9 0 5 6.2 CCOc1ccc(-n2ccnc2[C@@H](C)N(Cc2cccnc2)C(=O)Cc2ccc(F)c(C(F)(F)F)c2)cc1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2007.11.072
CHEMBL269932 96725 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 8.7 pIC50 = 8.7 Binding
Displacement of [125I]IP10 from human recombinant CXCR3 receptor expressed in IL2-activated human PBMCDisplacement of [125I]IP10 from human recombinant CXCR3 receptor expressed in IL2-activated human PBMC
ChEMBL 526 9 0 5 6.2 CCOc1ccc(-n2ccnc2[C@@H](C)N(Cc2cccnc2)C(=O)Cc2ccc(F)c(C(F)(F)F)c2)cc1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2007.11.072
11996051 68134 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 8.7 pIC50 = 8.7 Binding
Displacement of [125I]CXCL10 from human CXCR3 expressed in mouse BA/F3 cellsDisplacement of [125I]CXCL10 from human CXCR3 expressed in mouse BA/F3 cells
ChEMBL 521 7 3 8 2.6 CC[C@H]1CN(c2nc(N)c(C(N)=O)nc2Cl)CCN1C1CCN(C(CO)c2ccc(Cl)cc2)CC1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2011.09.120
CHEMBL1921861 68134 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 8.7 pIC50 = 8.7 Binding
Displacement of [125I]CXCL10 from human CXCR3 expressed in mouse BA/F3 cellsDisplacement of [125I]CXCL10 from human CXCR3 expressed in mouse BA/F3 cells
ChEMBL 521 7 3 8 2.6 CC[C@H]1CN(c2nc(N)c(C(N)=O)nc2Cl)CCN1C1CCN(C(CO)c2ccc(Cl)cc2)CC1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2011.09.120
11996344 68142 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 8.7 pIC50 = 8.7 Binding
Displacement of [125I]CXCL10 from human CXCR3 expressed in mouse BA/F3 cellsDisplacement of [125I]CXCL10 from human CXCR3 expressed in mouse BA/F3 cells
ChEMBL 613 10 4 9 1.5 CC[C@H]1CN(c2nc(N)c(C(=O)NCCNS(N)(=O)=O)nc2Cl)CCN1C1CCN(Cc2ccc(Cl)cc2)CC1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2011.09.120
CHEMBL1921869 68142 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 8.7 pIC50 = 8.7 Binding
Displacement of [125I]CXCL10 from human CXCR3 expressed in mouse BA/F3 cellsDisplacement of [125I]CXCL10 from human CXCR3 expressed in mouse BA/F3 cells
ChEMBL 613 10 4 9 1.5 CC[C@H]1CN(c2nc(N)c(C(=O)NCCNS(N)(=O)=O)nc2Cl)CCN1C1CCN(Cc2ccc(Cl)cc2)CC1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2011.09.120
57396055 68155 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 8.7 pIC50 = 8.7 Binding
Displacement of [125I]CXCL10 from human CXCR3 expressed in mouse BA/F3 cellsDisplacement of [125I]CXCL10 from human CXCR3 expressed in mouse BA/F3 cells
ChEMBL 540 5 2 8 2.4 CC[C@H]1CN(c2ncc(C(N)=O)nc2C(F)(F)F)CCN1C1CCN(C(=O)c2ccc(Cl)nc2N)CC1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2011.09.120
CHEMBL1921882 68155 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 8.7 pIC50 = 8.7 Binding
Displacement of [125I]CXCL10 from human CXCR3 expressed in mouse BA/F3 cellsDisplacement of [125I]CXCL10 from human CXCR3 expressed in mouse BA/F3 cells
ChEMBL 540 5 2 8 2.4 CC[C@H]1CN(c2ncc(C(N)=O)nc2C(F)(F)F)CCN1C1CCN(C(=O)c2ccc(Cl)nc2N)CC1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2011.09.120
57397856 68160 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 8.7 pIC50 = 8.7 Binding
Displacement of [125I]CXCL10 from human CXCR3 expressed in mouse BA/F3 cellsDisplacement of [125I]CXCL10 from human CXCR3 expressed in mouse BA/F3 cells
ChEMBL 526 6 2 8 2.5 CC[C@H]1CN(c2ncc(C(=O)NC3CC3)nc2C)CCN1C1CCN(C(=O)c2ccc(Cl)nc2N)CC1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2011.09.120
CHEMBL1921887 68160 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 8.7 pIC50 = 8.7 Binding
Displacement of [125I]CXCL10 from human CXCR3 expressed in mouse BA/F3 cellsDisplacement of [125I]CXCL10 from human CXCR3 expressed in mouse BA/F3 cells
ChEMBL 526 6 2 8 2.5 CC[C@H]1CN(c2ncc(C(=O)NC3CC3)nc2C)CCN1C1CCN(C(=O)c2ccc(Cl)nc2N)CC1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2011.09.120
46883304 5405 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 8.0 pIC50 = 8 Functional
Antagonist activity against human CXCR3 expressed in human PBMC assessed as inhibition of cell migration in response to ITAC in plasmaAntagonist activity against human CXCR3 expressed in human PBMC assessed as inhibition of cell migration in response to ITAC in plasma
ChEMBL 639 10 0 7 6.3 CCOc1ccc(-n2c([C@@H](C)N(C[C@H]3CCCN3C(C)C)C(=O)Cc3ccc(F)c(C(F)(F)F)c3)nc3ncccc3c2=O)cc1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2009.07.032
CHEMBL1077824 5405 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 8.0 pIC50 = 8 Functional
Antagonist activity against human CXCR3 expressed in human PBMC assessed as inhibition of cell migration in response to ITAC in plasmaAntagonist activity against human CXCR3 expressed in human PBMC assessed as inhibition of cell migration in response to ITAC in plasma
ChEMBL 639 10 0 7 6.3 CCOc1ccc(-n2c([C@@H](C)N(C[C@H]3CCCN3C(C)C)C(=O)Cc3ccc(F)c(C(F)(F)F)c3)nc3ncccc3c2=O)cc1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2009.07.032
44453468 154279 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 8.0 pIC50 = 8 Functional
Antagonist activity at human CXCR3 expressed in CHO cell membrane assessed as inhibition of calcium flux by FLIPRAntagonist activity at human CXCR3 expressed in CHO cell membrane assessed as inhibition of calcium flux by FLIPR
ChEMBL 571 9 1 6 6.4 N=c1n(CC(=O)c2ccc(Cl)cc2)c2cccc(Cl)c2n1CCCN(C(=O)c1cccc2cccnc12)C1CC1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2008.02.049
CHEMBL401868 154279 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 8.0 pIC50 = 8 Functional
Antagonist activity at human CXCR3 expressed in CHO cell membrane assessed as inhibition of calcium flux by FLIPRAntagonist activity at human CXCR3 expressed in CHO cell membrane assessed as inhibition of calcium flux by FLIPR
ChEMBL 571 9 1 6 6.4 N=c1n(CC(=O)c2ccc(Cl)cc2)c2cccc(Cl)c2n1CCCN(C(=O)c1cccc2cccnc12)C1CC1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2008.02.049
56670465 63668 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 8.0 pIC50 = 8 Functional
Antagonist activity at human CXCR3 expressed in mouse L1.2 cells assessed as inhibition of ITAC-induced calcium mobilization by FLIPR assayAntagonist activity at human CXCR3 expressed in mouse L1.2 cells assessed as inhibition of ITAC-induced calcium mobilization by FLIPR assay
ChEMBL 400 2 2 2 3.7 CN(C)C(=O)[C@@H]1C=C2c3cccc4[nH]cc(c34)C[C@H]2N(C(=O)Nc2ccccc2)C1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2011.06.070
CHEMBL1808996 63668 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 8.0 pIC50 = 8 Functional
Antagonist activity at human CXCR3 expressed in mouse L1.2 cells assessed as inhibition of ITAC-induced calcium mobilization by FLIPR assayAntagonist activity at human CXCR3 expressed in mouse L1.2 cells assessed as inhibition of ITAC-induced calcium mobilization by FLIPR assay
ChEMBL 400 2 2 2 3.7 CN(C)C(=O)[C@@H]1C=C2c3cccc4[nH]cc(c34)C[C@H]2N(C(=O)Nc2ccccc2)C1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2011.06.070
56670465 63668 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Mouse 8.0 pIC50 = 8 Functional
Antagonist activity at mouse CXCR3 expressed in mouse L1.2 cells assessed as inhibition of ITAC-induced calcium mobilization by FLIPR assayAntagonist activity at mouse CXCR3 expressed in mouse L1.2 cells assessed as inhibition of ITAC-induced calcium mobilization by FLIPR assay
ChEMBL 400 2 2 2 3.7 CN(C)C(=O)[C@@H]1C=C2c3cccc4[nH]cc(c34)C[C@H]2N(C(=O)Nc2ccccc2)C1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2011.06.070
CHEMBL1808996 63668 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Mouse 8.0 pIC50 = 8 Functional
Antagonist activity at mouse CXCR3 expressed in mouse L1.2 cells assessed as inhibition of ITAC-induced calcium mobilization by FLIPR assayAntagonist activity at mouse CXCR3 expressed in mouse L1.2 cells assessed as inhibition of ITAC-induced calcium mobilization by FLIPR assay
ChEMBL 400 2 2 2 3.7 CN(C)C(=O)[C@@H]1C=C2c3cccc4[nH]cc(c34)C[C@H]2N(C(=O)Nc2ccccc2)C1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2011.06.070
56677273 63696 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Mouse 8.0 pIC50 = 8 Functional
Antagonist activity at mouse CXCR3 expressed in mouse L1.2 cells assessed as inhibition of ITAC-induced calcium mobilization by FLIPR assayAntagonist activity at mouse CXCR3 expressed in mouse L1.2 cells assessed as inhibition of ITAC-induced calcium mobilization by FLIPR assay
ChEMBL 432 2 2 3 4.3 O=C([C@@H]1C=C2c3cccc4[nH]cc(c34)C[C@H]2N(C(=O)Nc2cccs2)C1)N1CCCC1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2011.06.070
CHEMBL1809025 63696 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Mouse 8.0 pIC50 = 8 Functional
Antagonist activity at mouse CXCR3 expressed in mouse L1.2 cells assessed as inhibition of ITAC-induced calcium mobilization by FLIPR assayAntagonist activity at mouse CXCR3 expressed in mouse L1.2 cells assessed as inhibition of ITAC-induced calcium mobilization by FLIPR assay
ChEMBL 432 2 2 3 4.3 O=C([C@@H]1C=C2c3cccc4[nH]cc(c34)C[C@H]2N(C(=O)Nc2cccs2)C1)N1CCCC1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2011.06.070
45486560 192147 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 8.0 pIC50 = 8 Binding
Displacement of [125I]-IP-10 from CXCR3Displacement of [125I]-IP-10 from CXCR3
ChEMBL 615 9 0 8 4.4 CCS(=O)(=O)CCN(C(=O)Cc1ccc(C(F)(F)F)c(F)c1)[C@H](C)c1nc2ncccc2c(=O)n1-c1ccc(C#N)cc1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2011.10.120
CHEMBL578197 192147 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 8.0 pIC50 = 8 Binding
Displacement of [125I]-IP-10 from CXCR3Displacement of [125I]-IP-10 from CXCR3
ChEMBL 615 9 0 8 4.4 CCS(=O)(=O)CCN(C(=O)Cc1ccc(C(F)(F)F)c(F)c1)[C@H](C)c1nc2ncccc2c(=O)n1-c1ccc(C#N)cc1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2011.10.120
44447097 154074 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 8.0 pIC50 = 8 Binding
Displacement of [125I]IP-10 from CXCR3 receptor expressed in human PBMC in RPMI-1640 buffer supplemented with 0.5% BSADisplacement of [125I]IP-10 from CXCR3 receptor expressed in human PBMC in RPMI-1640 buffer supplemented with 0.5% BSA
ChEMBL 587 9 0 7 5.0 CCS(=O)(=O)CCN(C(=O)Cc1ccc(F)c(C(F)(F)F)c1)[C@H](C)c1nc2ncccn2c1-c1ccc(C#N)cc1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2007.11.060
CHEMBL400736 154074 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 8.0 pIC50 = 8 Binding
Displacement of [125I]IP-10 from CXCR3 receptor expressed in human PBMC in RPMI-1640 buffer supplemented with 0.5% BSADisplacement of [125I]IP-10 from CXCR3 receptor expressed in human PBMC in RPMI-1640 buffer supplemented with 0.5% BSA
ChEMBL 587 9 0 7 5.0 CCS(=O)(=O)CCN(C(=O)Cc1ccc(F)c(C(F)(F)F)c1)[C@H](C)c1nc2ncccn2c1-c1ccc(C#N)cc1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2007.11.060
44447097 154074 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 8.0 pIC50 = 8 Binding
Displacement of [125I]IP10 from CXCR3 receptor expressed in PBMCDisplacement of [125I]IP10 from CXCR3 receptor expressed in PBMC
ChEMBL 587 9 0 7 5.0 CCS(=O)(=O)CCN(C(=O)Cc1ccc(F)c(C(F)(F)F)c1)[C@H](C)c1nc2ncccn2c1-c1ccc(C#N)cc1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2009.07.021
CHEMBL400736 154074 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 8.0 pIC50 = 8 Binding
Displacement of [125I]IP10 from CXCR3 receptor expressed in PBMCDisplacement of [125I]IP10 from CXCR3 receptor expressed in PBMC
ChEMBL 587 9 0 7 5.0 CCS(=O)(=O)CCN(C(=O)Cc1ccc(F)c(C(F)(F)F)c1)[C@H](C)c1nc2ncccn2c1-c1ccc(C#N)cc1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2009.07.021
45486560 192147 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 8.0 pIC50 = 8 Binding
Displacement of [125I]IP10 from CXCR3 receptor expressed in PBMCDisplacement of [125I]IP10 from CXCR3 receptor expressed in PBMC
ChEMBL 615 9 0 8 4.4 CCS(=O)(=O)CCN(C(=O)Cc1ccc(C(F)(F)F)c(F)c1)[C@H](C)c1nc2ncccc2c(=O)n1-c1ccc(C#N)cc1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2009.07.021
CHEMBL578197 192147 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 8.0 pIC50 = 8 Binding
Displacement of [125I]IP10 from CXCR3 receptor expressed in PBMCDisplacement of [125I]IP10 from CXCR3 receptor expressed in PBMC
ChEMBL 615 9 0 8 4.4 CCS(=O)(=O)CCN(C(=O)Cc1ccc(C(F)(F)F)c(F)c1)[C@H](C)c1nc2ncccc2c(=O)n1-c1ccc(C#N)cc1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2009.07.021
45486556 191264 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 8.0 pIC50 = 8 Binding
Displacement of [125I]IP10 from CXCR3 receptor expressed in PBMC in presence of human plasmaDisplacement of [125I]IP10 from CXCR3 receptor expressed in PBMC in presence of human plasma
ChEMBL 645 10 0 9 4.4 CCS(=O)(=O)CCN(C(=O)Cc1ccc(F)c(C(F)(F)F)c1)[C@H](C)c1nc2nc(OC)ccc2c(=O)n1-c1ccc(C#N)cc1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2009.07.021
CHEMBL571081 191264 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 8.0 pIC50 = 8 Binding
Displacement of [125I]IP10 from CXCR3 receptor expressed in PBMC in presence of human plasmaDisplacement of [125I]IP10 from CXCR3 receptor expressed in PBMC in presence of human plasma
ChEMBL 645 10 0 9 4.4 CCS(=O)(=O)CCN(C(=O)Cc1ccc(F)c(C(F)(F)F)c1)[C@H](C)c1nc2nc(OC)ccc2c(=O)n1-c1ccc(C#N)cc1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2009.07.021
45486524 192142 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 8.0 pIC50 = 8 Binding
Displacement of [125I]IP10 from CXCR3 receptor expressed in PBMC in presence of human plasmaDisplacement of [125I]IP10 from CXCR3 receptor expressed in PBMC in presence of human plasma
ChEMBL 601 9 0 7 5.3 CCS(=O)(=O)CCN(C(=O)Cc1ccc(C(F)(F)F)c(F)c1)[C@H](C)c1nc2c(C)nccn2c1-c1ccc(C#N)cc1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2009.07.021
CHEMBL578188 192142 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 8.0 pIC50 = 8 Binding
Displacement of [125I]IP10 from CXCR3 receptor expressed in PBMC in presence of human plasmaDisplacement of [125I]IP10 from CXCR3 receptor expressed in PBMC in presence of human plasma
ChEMBL 601 9 0 7 5.3 CCS(=O)(=O)CCN(C(=O)Cc1ccc(C(F)(F)F)c(F)c1)[C@H](C)c1nc2c(C)nccn2c1-c1ccc(C#N)cc1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2009.07.021
44455463 94947 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 8.0 pIC50 = 8 Binding
Displacement of [125I]IP10 from human recombinant CXCR3 receptor expressed in IL2-activated human PBMCDisplacement of [125I]IP10 from human recombinant CXCR3 receptor expressed in IL2-activated human PBMC
ChEMBL 606 11 1 7 4.8 CCS(=O)(=O)CCN(C(=O)Cc1ccc(F)c(C(F)(F)F)c1)[C@H](C)c1nc(C2CC2)c(CO)n1-c1ccc(C#N)cc1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2007.11.072
CHEMBL257908 94947 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 8.0 pIC50 = 8 Binding
Displacement of [125I]IP10 from human recombinant CXCR3 receptor expressed in IL2-activated human PBMCDisplacement of [125I]IP10 from human recombinant CXCR3 receptor expressed in IL2-activated human PBMC
ChEMBL 606 11 1 7 4.8 CCS(=O)(=O)CCN(C(=O)Cc1ccc(F)c(C(F)(F)F)c1)[C@H](C)c1nc(C2CC2)c(CO)n1-c1ccc(C#N)cc1 10.1016/j.bmcl.2007.11.072
71677963 142236 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 8.0 pIC50 = 8 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.
ChEMBL 491 4 1 8 2.8 Cn1c(=O)n(CC(=O)N2CCN(c3scnc3-c3nc4ccc(F)cc4[nH]3)CC2)c2ccccc21 nan
CHEMBL3894900 142236 0 CXCR3 CXCR3 Human 8.0 pIC50 = 8 Binding
FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F12 medium supplemented with 10% FBS and G418 and hygromycin antibiotics to maintain recombinant selection. At the day of bioassay, cells are washed and dye loaded for one hour with Fluo-4-AM (Invitrogen) in Hanks Balanced Salt Solution (Invitrogen), buffered with 20 mM Hepes at pH 7.4 and sodium bicarbonate (0.015%), containing 5 mM probenecid. This buffer, but lacking the dye and containing probenecid at a concentration of 2.5 nM, is also is used for washing steps (wash buffer); or lacking both dye and probenecid but supplemented with 0.1% BSA for compound dilution steps (dilution buffer). Cells are washed free of excess dye and 60 microliter of wash buffer is added. Stock solutions of test compounds are made up at a concentration of 10 mM in DMSO, and serially diluted in dilution buffer to concentrations required for inhibition dose response curves. After a 10 minute incubation period at 37° C., 10 microliters of each compound dilution are transferred from a compound plate to the plate containing the recombinant cells in the FLIPR instrument according to the manufacturer's instructions. Following basal readings, 10 microliter CXCL10 agonist at a concentration of 20 nM (from Peprotech) is added, again using the FLIPR instrument. Changes in fluorescence are monitored before and after addition of the test compounds.FLIPR Assay: The bioactivity of compounds is tested in a fluorometric imaging plate reader (FLIPR: Molecular Devices) using engineered CHO-K1 cells expressing the human CXCR3A coupled to a G protein (Galpha(16)). Cells are plated the day prior to bioassay in F