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Pepstatin

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Cat. No. Product Name Target Research Areas
  • HY-P0018
    Pepstatin

    Pepstatin A

    Proteasome HIV Protease Autophagy Infection Cancer
    Pepstatin (Pepstatin A) is a specific aspartic protease inhibitor produced by actinomycetes, with IC50s of 4.5 nM, 6.2 nM, 150 nM, 290 nM, 520 nM and 260 nM for hemoglobin-pepsin, hemoglobin-proctase, casein-pepsin, casein-proctase, casein-acid protease and hemoglobin-acid protease, respectively. Pepstatin Ammonium also inhibits HIV protease.
  • HY-P0018A
    Pepstatin Trifluoroacetate

    Pepstatin A Trifluoroacetate

    Proteasome HIV Protease Infection
    Pepstatin Trifluoroacetate (Pepstatin A Trifluoroacetate) is a specific aspartic protease inhibitor produced by actinomycetes, with IC50s of 4.5 nM, 6.2 nM, 150 nM, 290 nM, 520 nM and 260 nM for hemoglobin-pepsin, hemoglobin-proctase, casein-pepsin, casein-proctase, casein-acid protease and hemoglobin-acid protease, respectively. Pepstatin Ammonium also inhibits HIV protease.
  • HY-P0018B
    Pepstatin Ammonium

    Pepstatin A Ammonium

    Proteasome HIV Protease Cancer Infection
    Pepstatin Ammonium is a specific aspartic protease inhibitor produced by actinomycetes, with IC50s of 4.5 nM, 6.2 nM, 150 nM, 290 nM, 520 nM and 260 nM for hemoglobin-pepsin, hemoglobin-proctase, casein-pepsin, casein-proctase, casein-acid protease and hemoglobin-acid protease, respectively. Pepstatin Ammonium also inhibits HIV protease.
  • HY-P1436
    Acetyl-pepstatin

    HIV Infection
    Acetyl-pepstatin is a potent classical inhibitor of aspartic proteases (PRs) with XMRV PR and HIV-1 PR Ki values of 712 nM and 13 nM.
  • HY-101877
    Statine

    (3S,4S)-Statine; (S,S)-Statine

    Others Endocrinology
    Statine is an unusual amino acid that occurs twice in the sequence of pepstatin, a protease inhibitor that is active against pepsin and other acid proteases.