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  • HY-A0092

    3,5,5,-Trimethyloxazolidine-2,4-dione

    Calcium Channel Neurological Disease
    Trimethadione (3,5,5,-Trimethyloxazolidine-2,4-dione) is an oxazolidinedione anticonvulsant agent widely used against absences seizures. Trimethadione also is a T-type calcium channel blocker which has antihyperalgesic effects .
    Trimethadione
  • HY-W116594

    Fluorescent Dye Infection
    X-GalNAc is a chromogenic substrate for for N-acetyl-β-galactosidase, used to determine the presence or absence of a cloned DNA insert in bacteria growing on agar plates .
    X-GalNAc
  • HY-103058

    Protein Arginine Deiminase Cardiovascular Disease Inflammation/Immunology Cancer
    GSK199 is an orally active, reversible, and selective PAD4 inhibitor with an IC50 of 200 nM in the absence of calcium. GSK199 can be used for the research of rheumatoid arthritis .
    GSK199
  • HY-10955

    Calcium Channel Neurological Disease
    TTA-P1 is a potent state-independent compound inhibiting human T-type calcium channel. T-type calcium channels play a role in diverse physiological responses including neuronal burst firing, hormone secretion, and cell growth. TTA-P1 has the potential for the research of absence epilepsy .
    TTA-P1
  • HY-118517

    (E)-α-Hydroxy tamoxifen; α-OHTAM

    Drug Metabolite Cancer
    α-Hydroxytamoxifen is a metabolite of tamoxifen, reacts with DNA in the absence of metabolizing enzymes, and causes formation of DNA adducts .
    α-Hydroxytamoxifen
  • HY-135239

    Fluorescent Dye Others
    Fura-FF pentapotassium is a low-affinity fluorescent dye for calcium (Ex/Em: 365/514 nm in the absence of calcium; 339/507 nm in the presence of a high calcium concentration) .
    Fura-FF pentapotassium
  • HY-100613

    Chloride Channel Cardiovascular Disease
    MONNA is a potent transmembrane protein 16A (TMEM16A, Anoctamin-1) blocker with an IC50 of 80 nM. MONNA induces vasorelaxation of rodent resistance arteries in presence or absence of chloride ions .
    MONNA
  • HY-N8493

    Antibiotic Others
    Mycalolide-B is a specific inhibitor of actomyosin ATPase isolated from marine sponge. Mycalolide-B inhibits ATP-induced contraction and Mg 2+-ATPase activity in the absence of Ca 2+ .
    Mycalolide B
  • HY-143202

    Biochemical Assay Reagents Others
    DPhPC is a phospholipid used to synthesize bilayer vesicles. DPhPC bilayers do not permit ions to leak in the absence of a pore/ion channel, which can be used for studies on channel proteins .
    DPhPC
  • HY-D2171

    Fluorescent Dye Others
    AF488 DBCO is a fluorescent dye that labels azide-containing biomolecules. DBCO is the bioorthogonal partner of azide that allows covalent coupling in the absence of copper. AF488 is a bright, photostable green fluorophore .
    AF488 DBCO
  • HY-155471

    Others Others
    IMP 245 is a symmetric di-HSG bivalent hapten. IMP 245 has low toxicity, high affinity binding to available antibodies and absence of cross reactivity or non-specific binding with body components .
    IMP 245
  • HY-N10322

    Drug Metabolite Others
    2-Hydroxyemodin is an active metabolite of emodin in the hepatic microsomes. Emodin is an anthraquinone present in fungal metabolites and constituent of rhubarb. 2-Hydroxyemodin proves to be mutagenic to Salmonella typhimurium TA1537 in the absence of activation system .
    2-Hydroxyemodin
  • HY-129046

    Ribonuclease A; EC 3.1.27.5; RNase A

    Others Others
    Ribonuclease A (EC 3.1.27.5) cleaves RNA 3′ to pyrimidines and actively cleaves RNA at every pyrimidine residue. Ribonuclease A catalyzes the hydrolysis of single stranded RNA in the absence of metal ions or cofactors .

    RNase A, bovine pancreas
  • HY-12025
    Serdemetan
    1 Publications Verification

    JNJ-26854165

    MDM-2/p53 E1/E2/E3 Enzyme Apoptosis Cancer
    Serdemetan(JNJ-26854165) acts as a HDM2 ubiquitin ligase antagonist and also induces early apoptosis in p53 wild-type cells, inhibits cellular proliferation followed by delayed apoptosis in the absence of functional p53.
    Serdemetan
  • HY-D1895

    Fluorescent Dye Others
    3,5-DiBr-PAESA is a supersensitive chelating agent that can be used for silver (I) determination in water in the case of absence of other interfering ions. 3,5-DiBr-PAESA can also be used for copper (II) determination .
    3,5-DiBr-PAESA
  • HY-100514
    GSK484 hydrochloride
    15+ Cited Publications

    Protein Arginine Deiminase Cardiovascular Disease Inflammation/Immunology Cancer
    GSK484 hydrochloride is a selective and reversible peptidylarginine deiminase 4 (PAD4) inhibitor. GSK484 hydrochloride demonstrates high affinity binding to PAD4 with IC50s of 50 nM in the absence of Calcium. In the presence of 2 mM Calcium, notably lower potency (250 nM) is observed.
    GSK484 hydrochloride
  • HY-108699

    GHSR Neurological Disease Endocrinology
    TM-N1324 is an agonist of G-Protein-Coupled Receptor 39 (GPR39) with EC50s of 9 nM/5 nM in the presence of Zn 2+, and 280 nM/180 nM in the absence of Zn 2+ for human/murine GPR39.
    TM-N1324
  • HY-W540023

    ADC Linker Cancer
    Endo-BCN-Fmoc-L-Lysine is a linker containing the lyophilic bidentate macrocyclic ligand endo-BCN, which can further synthesize macrocyclic complexes. In click chemistry, endo-BCN can react with molecules containing azide groups to form stable triazoles in the absence of catalysts.
    endo-BCN-Fmoc-L-Lysine
  • HY-106200

    Lipoxygenase Inflammation/Immunology
    CJ-13,610, a nonredox-type 5-LO inhibitor, dose dependently suppresses 5-LO product formation in ionophore A23187-stimulated PMNL in the absence of exogenous AA with an IC50 of about 70 nM . PMNL: polymorphonuclear leukocytes; AA: arachidonic acid
    CJ-13,610
  • HY-13418A
    Dorsomorphin
    Maximum Cited Publications
    430 Publications Verification

    Compound C; BML-275

    Organoid AMPK TGF-β Receptor Autophagy Cancer
    Dorsomorphin (Compound C) is a selective and ATP-competitive AMPK inhibitor (Ki=109 nM in the absence of AMP). Dorsomorphin (BML-275) selectively inhibits BMP type I receptors ALK2, ALK3, and ALK6. Dorsomorphin can reverse autophagy activation and anti-inflammatory effect of Urolithin A (HY-100599) .
    Dorsomorphin
  • HY-156323

    ADC Linker Cancer
    BCN-exo-PEG4-NHS is an ADC Linker containing 4 PEG units. BCN-exo-PEG4-NHS contains the lyophilic bidentate macrocyclic ligand BCN, which allows for further synthesis of macrocyclic complexes. In click chemistry, BCN reacts with molecules containing azide groups to form stable triazoles in the absence of catalysts.
    BCN-exo-PEG4-NHS
  • HY-156324

    ADC Linker Cancer
    BCN-exo-PEG8-NHS is an ADC Linker containing 8 PEG units. BCN-exo-PEG8-NHS contains the lyophilic bidentate macrocyclic ligand BCN, which allows for further synthesis of macrocyclic complexes. In click chemistry, BCN reacts with molecules containing azide groups to form stable triazoles in the absence of catalysts.
    BCN-exo-PEG8-NHS
  • HY-16079
    AZD3514
    2 Publications Verification

    Androgen Receptor Cancer
    AZD3514 is an orally activie and selective androgen receptor (AR) inhibitor. AZD3514 androgen-dependently and -independently inhibits AR signal. AZD351 down-regulates nuclear AR levels in human LNCaP prostate cancer cells in the absence of androgen with an pIC50 value of 5.75. AZD3514 can be used for the research of prostate cancer .
    AZD3514
  • HY-144368

    Others Inflammation/Immunology
    CO delivery molecule 1 (compound 4) localizes to the endoplasmic reticulum, mitochondria, and lysosomes. Subcellular localization of CO delivery molecule 1 results in CO-induced toxicity effects. Anti-inflammatory effects of CO delivery molecule 1, as measured by TNF-α suppression, occur at the nanomolar level in the absence of CO release, and are enhanced with visible-light-induced CO release .
    CO delivery molecule 1
  • HY-P1188

    Integrin Cancer
    LDV-FITC, a fluorescent peptide, is a FITC-conjugated LDV peptide (HY-P2267). LDV-FITC binds to the α4β1 integrin with high affinity (Kd: 0.3 nM and 12 nM for binding to U937 cells in the presence and absence of Mn 2+ respectively). LDV-FITC can be used to detect α4β1 integrin affinity .
    LDV-FITC
  • HY-156317

    ADC Linker Cancer
    BCN-endo-PEG7-maleimide is an ADC Linker containing 7 PEG units. BCN-endo-PEG7-maleimide contains the lyophilic bidentate macrocyclic ligand endo-BCN, which can further synthesize macrocyclic complexes. In click chemistry, endo-BCN can react with molecules containing azide groups to form stable triazoles in the absence of catalysts.
    BCN-endo-PEG7-maleimide
  • HY-156319

    ADC Linker Cancer
    BCN-exo-PEG2-NH2 is an ADC Linker containing 2 PEG units. BCN-exo-PEG2-NH2 contains the lyophilic bidentate macrocyclic ligand BCN, which can further synthesize macrocyclic complexes. In click chemistry, BCN reacts with molecules containing azide groups to form stable triazoles in the absence of catalysts.
    BCN-exo-PEG2-NH2
  • HY-W096079

    ADC Linker Cancer
    BCN-endo-PEG4-NHS is an ADC Linker containing 4 PEG units. BCN-endo-PEG4-NHS contains the lyophilic bidentate macrocyclic ligand endo-BCN, which allows for further synthesis of macrocyclic complexes. In click chemistry, endo-BCN can react with molecules containing azide groups to form stable triazoles in the absence of catalysts.
    BCN-endo-PEG4-NHS
  • HY-105115

    ZK 112119

    GABA Receptor Neurological Disease
    Abecarnil (ZK 112119) is a ligand or a partial agonist for benzodiazepine (BZ) receptor. Abecarnil possesses anxiolytic and anticonvulsant properties. Abecarnil can act as a positive allosteric modulator of GABAA receptor. Abecarnil inhibits the binding of the BZ [3H]lormetazepam to rat cerebral cortex membranes, with an IC50 of 0.82 nM. Abecarnil can be used for epilepsy research .
    Abecarnil
  • HY-100403
    Ro 67-7476
    5 Publications Verification

    mGluR Cancer
    Ro 67-7476 is a potent positive allosteric modulator of mGluR1 and potentiates glutamate-induced calcium release in HEK293 cells expressing rat mGluR1a with an EC50 of 60.1 nM . Ro 67-7476 is a potent P-ERK1/2 agonist and activates ERK1/2 phosphorylation in the absence of exogenously added glutamate (EC50=163.3 nM) .
    Ro 67-7476
  • HY-156310

    ADC Linker Cancer
    BCN-endo-PEG7-NH2 is an ADC Linker containing 7 PEG units. BCN-endo-PEG7-NH2 contains the lyophilic bidentate macrocyclic ligand endo-BCN, which can further synthesize macrocyclic complexes. In click chemistry, endo-BCN can react with molecules containing azide groups to form stable triazoles in the absence of catalysts.
    BCN-endo-PEG7-NH2
  • HY-134734

    ADC Linker Cancer
    BCN-exo-PEG7-maleimide is an ADC Linker containing 7 PEG units. BCN-exo-PEG7-maleimide contains the lyophilic bidentate macrocyclic ligand BCN, which allows for further synthesis of macrocyclic complexes. In click chemistry, BCN reacts with molecules containing azide groups to form stable triazoles in the absence of catalysts. Its maleimide group (-Maleimide) degrades in aqueous media and has been used in drug delivery studies.
    BCN-exo-PEG7-maleimide
  • HY-149620

    Fluorescent Dye Others
    Cy5-PEG2-exo-BCN is a dye derivative of Cyanine 5 (Cy5) (HY-D0821) containing 2 PEG units. Cy5-PEG2-exo-BCN contains the lyophilic bidentate macrocyclic ligand BCN, which can further synthesize macrocyclic complexes. In click chemistry, BCN reacts with molecules containing azide groups to form stable triazoles in the absence of catalysts.
    Cy5-PEG2-exo-BCN
  • HY-156320

    ADC Linker Cancer
    BCN-exo-PEG2-maleimide is an ADC Linker containing 2 PEG units. BCN-exo-PEG2-maleimide contains the lyophilic bidentate macrocyclic ligand BCN, which allows for further synthesis of macrocyclic complexes. In click chemistry, BCN reacts with molecules containing azide groups to form stable triazoles in the absence of catalysts. Its maleimide group (-Maleimide) degrades in aqueous media and has been used in drug delivery studies.
    BCN-exo-PEG2-maleimide
  • HY-156322

    ADC Linker Cancer
    BCN-exo-PEG3-maleimide is an ADC Linker containing 3 PEG units. BCN-exo-PEG3-maleimide contains the lyophilic bidentate macrocyclic ligand BCN, which enables the further synthesis of macrocyclic complexes. In click chemistry, BCN reacts with molecules containing azide groups to form stable triazoles in the absence of catalysts. Its maleimide group (-Maleimide) degrades in aqueous media and has been used in drug delivery studies.
    BCN-exo-PEG3-maleimide
  • HY-117163

    Wnt β-catenin Cancer
    FzM1.8 derives from FzM1, is an allosteric agonist of FZD4 with pEC50 of 6.4. FzM1.8 binds to FZD4 and activates the WNT/β-catenin pathway, by promoting TCF/LEF transcriptional activity in the absence of any WNT ligand. FzM1.8 binding stabilizes FZD4 with an increased affinity for heterotrimeric G protein and stimulates the release of the Gβγ subunit that in turn activates PI3K .
    FzM1.8
  • HY-148533

    mAChR Adrenergic Receptor Neurological Disease
    β2AR agonist /M-receptor antagonist-1 is a potent dual muscarinic antagonist/beta 2 agonist (MABA). β2AR agonist /M-receptor antagonist-1 potently relaxes either Carbachol (HY-B1208)-induced contraction, in the absence (MABA) or presence of Propranolol (M3; HY-B1208), or Histamine (HY-B1204)-induced contraction (β2) .
    β2AR agonist /M-receptor antagonist-1
  • HY-149618

    Fluorescent Dye Others
    Cy5-PEG3-endo-BCN is a dye derivative of Cyanine 5 (Cy5) (HY-D0821) containing 3 PEG units. Cy5-PEG3-endo-BCN contains the lyophilic bidentate macrocyclic ligand endo-BCN, which can further synthesize macrocyclic complexes. In click chemistry, endo-BCN can react with molecules containing azide groups to form stable triazoles in the absence of catalysts.
    Cy5-PEG3-endo-BCN
  • HY-149619

    Fluorescent Dye Others
    Cy5-PEG7-endo-BCN is a dye derivative of Cyanine 5 (Cy5) (HY-D0821) containing 7 PEG units. Cy5-PEG7-endo-BCN contains the lyophilic bidentate macrocyclic ligand endo-BCN, which can further synthesize macrocyclic complexes. In click chemistry, endo-BCN can react with molecules containing azide groups to form stable triazoles in the absence of catalysts.
    Cy5-PEG7-endo-BCN
  • HY-155327

    Fluorescent Dye Others
    Cy3-PEG2-endo-BCN is a dye derivative of Cyanine 3 (Cy3) (HY-D0822) containing 2 PEG units. Cy3-PEG2-endo-BCN contains the lyophilic bidentate macrocyclic ligand endo-BCN, which can further synthesize macrocyclic complexes. In click chemistry, endo-BCN can react with molecules containing azide groups to form stable triazoles in the absence of catalysts.
    Cy3-PEG2-endo-BCN
  • HY-156311

    ADC Linker Cancer
    BCN-endo-PEG2-maleimide is an ADC Linker containing 4 PEG units. BCN-endo-PEG2-maleimide contains the lyophilic bidentate macrocyclic ligand endo-BCN, which can further synthesize macrocyclic complexes. In click chemistry, endo-BCN can react with molecules containing azide groups to form stable triazoles in the absence of catalysts. Its maleimide group (-Maleimide) degrades in aqueous media and has been used in drug delivery studies.
    BCN-endo-PEG2-maleimide
  • HY-116214

    Fungal Androgen Receptor Infection Endocrinology
    Cyprodinil is an anilinopyrimidine broad-spectrum fungicide that inhibits the biosynthesis of methionine in phytopathogenic fungi. Cyprodinil inhibits mycelial cell growth of B. cinerea, P. herpotrichoides, and H. oryzae on amino acid-free media (IC50s=0.44, 4.8, and 0.03 µM, respectively). Cyprodinil acts as an androgen receptor (AR) agonist (EC50=1.91 µM) in the absence of the AR agonist DHT and inhibits the androgenic effect of DHT (IC50=15.1 µM).
    Cyprodinil
  • HY-116037A

    Others Others
    trans-10-Heptadecenoic acid is a trans-fatty acid. trans-10-Heptadecenoic acid synthesizes polyhydroxy-chain alkanoates under the action of 2, 4-dienyl-CoA reductase and Delta3, Delta2-enyl-CoA isomerase. In the absence of 2, 4-dienyl-CoA reductase, trans-10-Heptadecenoic acid is degraded by enyl-CoA hydratase II of the multifunctional enzyme (MFE). trans-10-Heptadecenoic acid leads to massive intracellular carbon outflow through reductase dependent and direct MFE dependent pathways .
    trans-10-Heptadecenoic acid
  • HY-116214S1

    Isotope-Labeled Compounds Fungal Androgen Receptor Infection Endocrinology
    Cyprodinil- 13C6 is the 13C6 labeled Cyprodinil. Cyprodinil is an anilinopyrimidine broad-spectrum fungicide that inhibits the biosynthesis of methionine in phytopathogenic fungi. Cyprodinil inhibits mycelial cell growth of B. cinerea, P. herpotrichoides, and H. oryzae on amino acid-free media (IC50s=0.44, 4.8, and 0.03 µM, respectively). Cyprodinil acts as an androgen receptor (AR) agonist (EC50=1.91 µM) in the absence of the AR agonist DHT and inhibits the androgenic effect of DHT (IC50=15.1 µM).
    Cyprodinil-13C6
  • HY-116214S

    Isotope-Labeled Compounds Others
    Cyprodinil-d5is the deuterium labeledCyprodinil(HY-116214) . Cyprodinil is an anilinopyrimidine broad-spectrum fungicide that inhibits the biosynthesis of methionine in phytopathogenic fungi. Cyprodinil inhibits mycelial cell growth of B. cinerea, P. herpotrichoides, and H. oryzae on amino acid-free media (IC50s=0.44, 4.8, and 0.03 μM, respectively). Cyprodinil acts as an androgen receptor (AR) agonist (EC50=1.91 μM) in the absence of the AR agonist DHT and inhibits the androgenic effect of DHT (IC50=15.1 μM) .
    Cyprodinil-d5
  • HY-114773

    Biochemical Assay Reagents Others
    Quorum sensing is a regulatory system used by bacteria to control gene expression in response to increased cell density. This regulatory process manifests itself in a variety of phenotypes, including biofilm formation and virulence factor production. Coordinated gene expression is achieved through the production, release and detection of small diffusible signaling molecules called autoinducers. N-acylated homoserine lactones (AHLs) comprise a class of such autoinducers, each of which generally consists of a fatty acid coupled to a homoserine lactone (HSL). Modulation of bacterial quorum-sensing signaling systems to suppress pathogenesis represents a new approach to antimicrobial research for infectious diseases. AHLs differ in acyl length (C4-C18), C3 substitution (hydrogen, hydroxyl, or oxo group), and the presence or absence of one or more carbon-carbon double bonds in the fatty acid chain. These differences confer signaling specificity through the affinity of the LuxR family of transcriptional regulators. C11-HSL has a rare odd-numbered acyl carbon chain and may be a minor quorum-sensing signaling molecule in Pseudomonas aeruginosa strains.
    N-Undecanoyl-L-homoserine lactone
  • HY-W127393

    Biochemical Assay Reagents Others
    Quorum sensing is a regulatory system used by bacteria to control gene expression in response to increased cell density. This regulatory process manifests itself in a variety of phenotypes, including biofilm formation and virulence factor production. Coordinated gene expression is achieved through the production, release and detection of small diffusible signaling molecules called autoinducers. N-acylated homoserine lactones (AHLs) comprise a class of such autoinducers, each of which generally consists of a fatty acid coupled to a homoserine lactone (HSL). Modulation of bacterial quorum-sensing signaling systems to suppress pathogenesis represents a new approach to antimicrobial research for infectious diseases. AHLs differ in acyl length (C4-C18), C3 substitution (hydrogen, hydroxyl, or oxo group), and the presence or absence of one or more carbon-carbon double bonds in the fatty acid chain. These differences confer signaling specificity through the affinity of the LuxR family of transcriptional regulators. C9-HSL is a rare odd-numbered acyl carbon chain produced by wild-type Erwinia carotovora strain SCC 3193 grown in nutrient-rich Luria-Bertani broth (LB) medium.
    N-Nonanoyl-L-homoserine lactone
  • HY-W127487

    Biochemical Assay Reagents Others
    Quorum sensing is a regulatory system used by bacteria to control gene expression in response to increased cell density. This regulatory process manifests itself in a variety of phenotypes, including biofilm formation and virulence factor production. Coordinated gene expression is achieved through the production, release and detection of small diffusible signaling molecules called autoinducers. N-acylated homoserine lactones (AHLs) comprise a class of such autoinducers, each of which generally consists of a fatty acid coupled to a homoserine lactone (HSL). Modulation of bacterial quorum-sensing signaling systems to suppress pathogenesis represents a new approach to antimicrobial research for infectious diseases. AHLs differ in acyl length (C4-C18), C3 substitution (hydrogen, hydroxyl, or oxo group), and the presence or absence of one or more carbon-carbon double bonds in the fatty acid chain. These differences confer signaling specificity through the affinity of the LuxR family of transcriptional regulators. C18-HSL, one of four lipophilic long acyl side chain AHLs produced by the LuxI AHL synthase homolog SinI, is involved in quorum-sensing signaling in strains of Rhizobium meliloti (a nitrogen-fixing bacterial symbiont of the legume M. sativa) . C18-HSL and other hydrophobic AHLs tend to localize in the relatively lipophilic environment of bacterial cells and cannot diffuse freely across the cell membrane. Long-chain N-acyl homoserine lactones can be exported from cells by efflux pumps, or can be transported between communicating cells by extracellular outer membrane vesicles.
    N-Octadecanoyl-L-homoserine lactone