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Supplementary Table 1 from SGN–LIV1A: A Novel Antibody–Drug Conjugate Targeting LIV-1 for the Treatment of Metastatic Breast Cancer

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posted on 2023-04-03, 14:28 authored by Django Sussman, Leia M. Smith, Martha E. Anderson, Steve Duniho, Joshua H. Hunter, Heather Kostner, Jamie B. Miyamoto, Albina Nesterova, Lori Westendorf, Heather A. Van Epps, Nancy Whiting, Dennis R. Benjamin

Supplementary Table 1: Surface antigen density impacts in vitro potency of anti-LIV-1 ADC . MCF-7 ATCC cells from three sources with varying levels of LIV-1 expression were tested with SGN-LIV1A for cytotoxicity. Lower antigen density resulted in decreased potency.



In this article, we describe a novel antibody–drug conjugate (ADC; SGN–LIV1A), targeting the zinc transporter LIV-1 (SLC39A6) for the treatment of metastatic breast cancer. LIV-1 was previously known to be expressed by estrogen receptor–positive breast cancers. In this study, we show that LIV-1 expression is maintained after hormonal therapy in primary and metastatic sites and is also upregulated in triple-negative breast cancers. In addition to breast cancer, other indications showing LIV-1 expression include melanoma, prostate, ovarian, and uterine cancer. SGN–LIV1A consists of a humanized antibody conjugated through a proteolytically cleavable linker to monomethyl auristatin E, a potent microtubule-disrupting agent. When bound to surface-expressed LIV-1 on immortalized cell lines, this ADC is internalized and traffics to the lysozome. SGN–LIV1A displays specific in vitro cytotoxic activity against LIV-1–expressing cancer cells. In vitro results are recapitulated in vivo where antitumor activity is demonstrated in tumor models of breast and cervical cancer lineages. These results support the clinical evaluation of SGN–LIV1A as a novel therapeutic agent for patients with LIV-1–expressing cancer. Mol Cancer Ther; 13(12); 2991–3000. ©2014 AACR.

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