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Assay Name:  RET Enzyme Assay
Description:  Compounds of Formula I were screened for their ability to inhibit wildtype and V804M mutant RET kinase using CisBio's HTRF® KinEASE¿-TK assay technology. Briefly, N-terminal GST tagged recombinant human RET cytoplasmic domain (aa 658-end) from Eurofins (0.25 nM RET; Catalog No. 14-570M) or N-terminal GST tagged recombinant human V804M mutant RET cytoplasmic domain (aa 658-end) from Millipore (0.25 nM enzyme; Catalog No. 14-760) was incubated with 250 nM TK-substrate biotin (CisBio, part of Catalog No. 62TK0PEC) and 1 mM ATP along with test compound in a buffer consisting of 25 mM HEPES pH 7.4, 10 mM MgCl2, 0.01% Triton X-100, and 2% DMSO in a volume of 8 μL. Compounds were typically prepared in a threefold serial dilution in DMSO and added to the assay to give the appropriate final concentration. After a 30-minute incubation at 22° C., the reaction was quenched by adding 8 μL of quench solution containing 31.25 nM Sa-XL665 and 1×TK-ab-Cryptate in HTRF detection buffer (all from CisBio, part of Cat. No. 62TK0PEC). After a 1 hour incubation at 22° C., the extent of reaction was determined using a PerkinElmer EnVision multimode plate reader via HTRF dual wavelength detection, and the percent of control (POC) was calculated using a ratiometric emission factor. 100 POC was determined using no test compounds and 0 POC was determined using pre-quenched control reactions. The POC values were fit to a 4 parameter logistic curve, and the IC50 is defined as the concentration of inhibitor at which the POC equals 50 for the fitted curve.
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