1. Signaling Pathways
  2. Cell Cycle/DNA Damage
    Metabolic Enzyme/Protease
    Vitamin D Related/Nuclear Receptor
  3. PPAR
  4. PPARγ Isoform
  5. PPARγ Modulator

PPARγ Modulator

PPARγ Modulators (5):

Cat. No. Product Name Effect Purity
  • HY-101064
    Modulator 99.91%
    Fmoc-leucine is a selective PPARγ modulator. Fmoc-leucine activates PPARγ with a lower potency but a similar maximal efficacy than rosiglitazone. Fmoc-leucine improves insulin sensitivity in normal, diet-induced glucose-intolerant, and in diabetic db/db mice. Fmoc-leucine has a lower adipogenic activity.
  • HY-108022A
    Azemiglitazone potassium
    Modulator 99.53%
    Azemiglitazone potassium (MSDC-0602K), a PPARγ-sparing thiazolidinedione (Ps-TZD), binds to PPARγ with the IC50 of 18.25 μM. Azemiglitazone potassium modulates the mitochondrial pyruvate carrier (MPC). Azemiglitazone potassium can be used for the research of fatty liver including dysfunctional lipid metabolism, inflammation, and insulin resistance. Azemiglitazone potassium, an insulin sensitizer, improves insulinemia and fatty liver disease in mice, alone and in combination with Liraglutide.
  • HY-147757
    PPARγ/δ modulator 1
    PPARγ/δ modulator 1 (compound 3e) is a potent PPAR modulator. PPARγ/δ modulator 1 is a PPARδ antagonist and a PPARγ partial agonist , with Ki values of 14.4 nM and 5.31 μM, respectively. PPARγ/δ modulator 1 has the EC50 of 7.3 and 12.6 μM for PPARδ corepression and adiponectin production, respectively.
  • HY-116521
    SR2595 is an inverse agonist of PPARγ with an IC50 of 30 nM.
  • HY-160159
    PPARγ modulator-1
    Anticancer agent 183 (example 48) is a non-agonistic PPARG modulator. Anticancer agent 183 has a high affinity to PPARG (PPARγ). Anticancer agent 183 inhibits kinase-mediated phosphorylation of PPARG. Anticancer agent 183 can used for research on metabolic diseases to avoid side effects.