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c-di-AMP

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Cat. No. Product Name Target Research Areas
  • HY-12326
    c-di-AMP

    Cyclic diadenylate; Cyclic-di-AMP

    STING Bacterial Endogenous Metabolite Inflammation/Immunology
    c-di-AMP (Cyclic diadenylate) is a STING agonist, which binds to the transmembrane protein STING thereby activating the TBK3-IRF3 signaling pathway, subsequently triggering the production of type I IFN and TNF. c-di-AMP (Cyclic diadenylate) is also a bacterial second messenger, which regulates cell growth, survival, and virulence, primarily within Gram-positive bacteria, and also regulates host immune response. c-di-AMP (Cyclic diadenylate) acts as a potent mucosal adjuvant stimulating both humoral and cellular responses.
  • HY-12326A
    c-di-AMP disodium

    Cyclic diadenylate disodium; Cyclic-di-AMP disodium

    STING Bacterial Endogenous Metabolite Inflammation/Immunology
    c-di-AMP (Cyclic diadenylate) sodium is a STING agonist, which binds to the transmembrane protein STING thereby activating the TBK3-IRF3 signaling pathway, subsequently triggering the production of type I IFN and TNF. c-di-AMP sodium is also a bacterial second messenger, which regulates cell growth, survival, and virulence, primarily within Gram-positive bacteria, and also regulates host immune response. c-di-AMP sodium acts as a potent mucosal adjuvant stimulating both humoral and cellular responses.
  • HY-12326B
    c-di-AMP diammonium

    Cyclic diadenylate diammonium; Cyclic-di-AMP diammonium

    STING Bacterial Endogenous Metabolite Inflammation/Immunology
    c-di-AMP diammonium is a STING agonist, which binds to the transmembrane protein STING thereby activating the TBK3-IRF3 signaling pathway, subsequently triggering the production of type I IFN and TNF. c-di-AMP diammonium is also a bacterial second messenger, which regulates cell growth, survival, and virulence, primarily within Gram-positive bacteria, and also regulates host immune response. c-di-AMP diammonium acts as a potent mucosal adjuvant stimulating both humoral and cellular responses.