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Cat. No. Product Name Target Research Areas
  • HY-W041080
    3,5-Di-tert-butylphenol

    Fungal Reactive Oxygen Species Infection
    3,5-Di-tert-butylphenol is an volatile organic compound with anti-biofilm and antifungal activities. 3,5-Di-tert-butylphenol induces accumulation of reactive oxygen species (ROS).
  • HY-P1884
    LL-37, acetylated,amidated

    Bacterial Infection
    LL-37, acetylated, amidated is a cathelicidin peptide LL-37 acetylated on the N-terminus and amidated on the C-terminus. The single human cathelicidin peptide LL-37 has antimicrobial and anti-biofilm activity against multiple Gram-positive and Gram-negative human pathogens, and has wound-healing effects on the host.
  • HY-77342S
    Methyl anthranilate-13C6

    Bacterial Infection
    Methyl anthranilate-13C6 is the 13C-labeled Methyl anthranilate. Methyl anthranilate, a plant spice extract, is a quorum sensing inhibitor and anti-biofilm agent against Aeromonas sobria. Methyl anthranilate has been widely employed for the preparation of edible flavor and food additives in food processing industries.
  • HY-108547
    Alexidine dihydrochloride

    Fungal Apoptosis Infection
    Alexidine dihydrochloride is an anticancer agent that targets a mitochondrial tyrosine phosphatase, PTPMT1, in mammalian cells and causes mitochondrial apoptosis. Alexidine dihydrochloride has antifungal and antibiofilm activity against a diverse range of fungal pathogens.
  • HY-N6931
    Usaramine

    Bacterial Infection
    Usaramine is a pyrrolizidine alkaloid isolated from seeds of Crolatalaria pallida. Usaramine demonstrates a highlighted antibiofilm activity against Staphylococcus epidermidis by reducing more than 50% of biofilm formation without killing the bacteria.
  • HY-B1474
    Alexidine

    Fungal Infection Cancer
    Alexidine, a bis-biguanide, exhibits antifungal and antibiofilm activity against a diverse range of fungal pathogens. Alexidine is an anticancer agent that targets a mitochondrial tyrosine phosphatase, PTPMT1, in mammalian cells and causes mitochondrial apoptosis.
  • HY-Y1718
    Tridecanoic acid

    N-Tridecanoic acid

    Endogenous Metabolite Bacterial Infection Metabolic Disease
    Tridecanoic acid (N-Tridecanoic acid), a 13-carbon medium-chain saturated fatty acid, can serve as an antipersister and antibiofilm agent that may be applied to research bacterial infections. Tridecanoic acid inhibits Escherichia coli persistence and biofilm formation.
  • HY-146067
    β-Nor-lapachone

    Fungal Reactive Oxygen Species Infection
    β-Nor-lapachone is a Candida glabrata antibiofilm agent. β-Nor-lapachone can stimulate ROS production, inhibits efflux activity, adhesion, biofilm formation and the metabolism of mature biofilms of Candida glabrata. β-Nor-lapachone has antifungal activity.
  • HY-Y1718S1
    Tridecanoic acid-d25

    N-Tridecanoic acid-d25

    Endogenous Metabolite Bacterial Cancer
    Tridecanoic acid-d25 is the deuterium labeled Tridecanoic acid. Tridecanoic acid (N-Tridecanoic acid), a 13-carbon medium-chain saturated fatty acid, can serve as an antipersister and antibiofilm agent that may be applied to research bacterial infections. Tridecanoic acid inhibits Escherichia coli persistence and biofilm formation.
  • HY-Y1718S
    Tridecanoic acid-d2

    N-Tridecanoic acid-d2

    Endogenous Metabolite Bacterial
    Tridecanoic acid-d2 is the deuterium labeled Tridecanoic acid. Tridecanoic acid (N-Tridecanoic acid), a 13-carbon medium-chain saturated fatty acid, can serve as an antipersister and antibiofilm agent that may be applied to research bacterial infections. Tridecanoic acid inhibits Escherichia coli persistence and biofilm formation.
  • HY-Y1718S2
    Tridecanoic acid-d9

    N-Tridecanoic acid-d9

    Endogenous Metabolite Bacterial
    Tridecanoic acid-d9 is the deuterium labeled Tridecanoic acid. Tridecanoic acid (N-Tridecanoic acid), a 13-carbon medium-chain saturated fatty acid, can serve as an antipersister and antibiofilm agent that may be applied to research bacterial infections. Tridecanoic acid inhibits Escherichia coli persistence and biofilm formation.
  • HY-147866
    Antibacterial agent 110

    Bacterial DNA/RNA Synthesis ROS Kinase Infection
    Antibacterial agent 110 (Compound 4e) is a potent antibacterial agent with a MIC value of 1 μg/mL against P. aeruginosa. Antibacterial agent 110 possesses favorable antibiofilm activity and can destroy cell membranes. Antibacterial agent 110 causes metabolic arrest and intracellular oxidative stress, and obstructs DNA replication.
  • HY-W062216
    2-Aminoimidazole

    Bacterial Arginase Infection
    2-Aminoimidazole is a potent antibiofilm agent that can be used as an adjuvant to antimicrobial. 2-aminoimidazoles disrupts the ability of bacteria to protect themselves by inhibiting biofilm formation and genetically-encoded antibiotic resistance traits. 2-Aminoimidazole is also a weak noncompetitive inhibitor of human arginase I with a Ki of 3.6 mM.
  • HY-147531
    Antibacterial agent 106

    Bacterial Infection
    Antibacterial agent 106 (compound 8) is an orally active and potent antibacterial agent with antibiofilm activity. Antibacterial agent 106 shows potent antibacterial effect against multi-drug resistant (MDR)-Gram positive pathogens. Antibacterial agent 106 is highly effective in clearing 99.7% of the intracellular methicillin-resistant S. aureus (MRSA) harbored inside macrophages.
  • HY-151165
    LasR-IN-3

    Bacterial Antibiotic Infection
    LasR-IN-3 is a LasR inhibitor against Pseudomonas aeruginosa. LasR-IN-3 induces LasR structure instability and completely dissociates LasR functioning dimeric form.