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|Ref Type||Journal Article|
|Authors||Horwitz SM, Koch R, Porcu P, Oki Y, Moskowitz A, Perez M, Myskowski P, Officer A, Jaffe JD, Morrow SN, Allen K, Douglas M, Stern H, Sweeney J, Kelly P, Kelly V, Aster JC, Weaver D, Foss FM, Weinstock DM|
|Title||Activity of the PI3K-δ,γ inhibitor duvelisib in a phase 1 trial and preclinical models of T-cell lymphoma.|
|Date||2018 Feb 22|
|Abstract Text||Duvelisib (IPI-145) is an oral inhibitor of phosphatidylinositol 3-kinase (PI3K)-δ/γ isoforms currently in clinical development. PI3K-δ/γ inhibition may directly inhibit malignant T-cell growth, making duvelisib a promising candidate for patients with peripheral (PTCL) or cutaneous (CTCL) T-cell lymphoma. Inhibition of either isoform may also contribute to clinical responses by modulating nonmalignant immune cells. We investigated these dual effects in a TCL cohort from a phase 1, open-label study of duvelisib in patients with relapsed or refractory PTCL (n = 16) and CTCL (n = 19), along with in vitro and in vivo models of TCL. The overall response rates in patients with PTCL and CTCL were 50.0% and 31.6%, respectively (P = .32). There were 3 complete responses, all among patients with PTCL. Activity was seen across a wide spectrum of subtypes. The most frequently observed grade 3 and 4 adverse events were transaminase increases (40% alanine aminotransferase, 17% aspartate aminotransferase), maculopapular rash (17%), and neutropenia (17%). Responders and nonresponders had markedly different changes in serum cytokine profiles induced by duvelisib. In vitro, duvelisib potently killed 3 of 4 TCL lines with constitutive phospho-AKT (pAKT) vs 0 of 7 lines lacking pAKT (P = .024) and exceeded cell killing by the PI3K-δ-specific inhibitor idelalisib. Administration of duvelisib to mice engrafted with a PTCL patient-derived xenograft resulted in a shift among tumor-associated macrophages from the immunosuppressive M2-like phenotype to the inflammatory M1-like phenotype. In summary, duvelisib demonstrated promising clinical activity and an acceptable safety profile in relapsed/refractory TCL, as well as preclinical evidence of both tumor cell-autonomous and immune-mediated effects. This trial was registered at www.clinicaltrials.gov as #NCT01476657.|
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|Unknown unknown||peripheral T-cell lymphoma||not applicable||Duvelisib||Phase I||Actionable||In a Phase I trial, Copiktra (duvelisib) treatment resulted in an overall response rate of 50% (8/16, 3 complete response, 5 partial response) with a median duration of treatment of 11.3 weeks in patients with peripheral T-cell lymphoma (PMID: 29233821; NCT01476657).||29233821|
|Unknown unknown||cutaneous T cell lymphoma||not applicable||Duvelisib||Phase I||Actionable||In a Phase I trial, Copiktra (duvelisib) treatment resulted in an overall response rate of 31.6% (6/19, 6 partial response) with a median duration of treatment of 12.6 weeks in patients with cutaneous T cell lymphoma (PMID: 29233821; NCT01476657).||29233821|