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|Treatment of Ocular Cancers with p53 Activators
|Description||Treatment of ocular cancers, such as retinoblastoma, using activators of the p53 pathway is provided. Compounds which inhibit the effect of MDM2 and MDMX on p53, such as nutlin-3, are identified as useful for activating p53 and treating ocular cancers.|
|Keywords||MDMX, MDM2, p53, retinoblastoma, nutlin|
|Granted Patents or Published Applications||US 8,470,785; 8,614,192|
|Related Scientific References||Laurie, N.A. et al., “Targeting MDM2 and MDMX in retinoblastoma”, Curr. Cancer Drug Targets 7(7): 689-695 (2007); Marine, J.C. et al., “MDMX: from bench to bedside”, J. Cell Science 120(Pt3): 371-378 (2007); Laurie, N.A. et al., “Inactivation of the p53 pathway in retinoblastoma”, Nature 444(7115): 61-66 (2006).|
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Last update: April 2014