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Cat. No. Product Name Target Research Areas Chemical Structure
  • HY-118773

    A22 hydrochloride

    Bacterial Antibiotic Inflammation/Immunology
    MreB Perturbing Compound A22 hydrochloride is a benzylisothiourea compound that interacts with the ATP binding site of MreB rapidly and reversibly. MreB Perturbing Compound A22 hydrochloride blocks normal rod shape formation and inhibits chromosome partitioning in E. coli, inhibiting growth (MIC=3.1 µg/ml).
    MreB Perturbing Compound <em>A22</em> hydrochloride
  • HY-14347

    Others Cancer
    EBE-A22 is a derivative of PD 153035 which can inhibit ErbB-1-phosphorylation, whereas EBE-A22 is inactive.
  • HY-153278

    CDK Cancer
    CDK7-IN-21 (compound A22) is a potent CDK7 inhibitor .
  • HY-131583

    4-Chlorobenzyl carbamimidothioate hydrochloride

    Others Infection
    MP265 (4-Chlorobenzyl carbamimidothioate hydrochloride) is a structural analogue of A22 but is less toxic. MP265 is a MreB inhibitor .
  • HY-142672

    ATM/ATR Cancer
    ATR-IN-6 is a potent inhibitor of ATR. ATR is a class of protein kinases involved in genome stability and DNA damage repair, and is a member of the PIKK family. ATR-IN-6 has the potential for the research of ATR kinase-mediated diseases such as proliferative diseases and cancer (extracted from patent WO2021233376A1, compound A22) .
  • HY-155721

    22-(4′-Pyridinecarbonyl) jorunnamycin A

    Akt mTOR Cancer
    22-(4′-py)-JA is a semisynthetic derivative of junamycin A (JA) that can be isolated from the Thai blue sponge (Xestospongia sp.). 22-(4′-py)-JA has antimetastatic activity and can inhibit AKT/mTOR/p70S6K signaling. 22-(4′-py)-JA inhibits tumor cell invasion and tube formation in human umbilical vein endothelial cells (HUVEC), downregulates metalloproteinases (MMP-2 and MMP-9), hypoxia-inducible factor 1α (HIF-1α) and vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF). 22-(4′-py)-JA has potent anticancer activity against non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) .