ABT-199, a potent and selective BCL-2 inhibitor, achieves antitumor activity while sparing platelets
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Nature Medicine | NATURE PUBLISHING GROUP | Published : 2013
We thank M. Bruncko, E. Fry, L. Hasvold, L. Hexamer, A. Kunzer, A. Petros, X. Song, Z. Tao, L. Wang and X. Wang for contributions to the generation of ABT-199 and related analogs and J. Bouska, and D. Osterling for analytical support. The authors acknowledge G. Chiang and A. Vasudevan for critical reading of this manuscript, L. Belmont, I. Wertz, J. Adams, S. Cory, P. Colman, P. Czabotar and G. Lessene for useful discussions and K. Lowes, E. Litvinovich and L. Roberts for technical analysis. Research performed at the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute (WEHI) was supported by grants and fellowships from the Australian National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC, including an Independent Research Institutes Infrastructure Support Scheme (IRIISS) grant), the Australian Cancer Research Foundation, the Leukaemia Foundation of Australia, the Cancer Council of Victoria, the Victorian Cancer Agency, the Victorian State Government Operational Infrastructure Support and the Leukemia Lymphoma Society. The authors acknowledge L.M. Staudt (US National Institutes of Health) for DLBCL cell lines.