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Cat. No. Product Name Target Research Areas
  • HY-B1157
    Trioxsalen

    Trisoralen; Trioxysalen; TMP

    DNA Alkylator/Crosslinker Inflammation/Immunology
    Trioxsalen (Trisoralen), a psoralen derivative, is a photochemical DNA crosslinker. Trioxsalen only works after photoactivation with near ultraviolet light. Trioxsalen is a photosensitizer that can be used for the research of vitiligo and hand eczema. Trioxsalen is used for visualization of genomic interstrand cross-links localized by laser photoactivation.
  • HY-P1075
    CALP3

    Calcium Channel Cancer Neurological Disease
    CALP3, a Ca 2+-like peptide, is a potent Ca 2+ channel blocker that activates EF hand motifs of Ca 2+-binding proteins. CALP3 can functionally mimic increased [Ca 2+]i by modulating the activity of Calmodulin (CaM), Ca 2+ channels and pumps. CALP3 has the potential in controlling apoptosis in diseases such as AIDS or neuronal loss due to ischemia.
  • HY-P1075A
    CALP3 TFA

    Calcium Channel Cancer Neurological Disease
    CALP3 TFA, a Ca 2+-like peptide, is a potent Ca 2+ channel blocker that activates EF hand motifs of Ca 2+-binding proteins. CALP3 TFA can functionally mimic increased [Ca 2+]i by modulating the activity of Calmodulin (CaM), Ca 2+ channels and pumps. CALP3 TFA has the potential in controlling apoptosis in diseases such as AIDS or neuronal loss due to ischemia.
  • HY-B1248A
    Chlorhexidine acetate hydrate

    Bacterial Infection
    Chlorhexidine acetate hydrate is an antibacterial used as an antiseptic and for other applications. Chlorhexidine acetate hydrate is used to clean the skin after an injury, before surgery, or before an injection. Chlorhexidine acetate hydrate is also used to clean the hands before a procedure.
  • HY-B1248
    Chlorhexidine

    Bacterial Antibiotic Infection
    Chlorhexidine is an antibacterial used as an antiseptic and for other applications. Chlorhexidine is used to clean the skin after an injury, before surgery, or before an injection. Chlorhexidine is also used to clean the hands before a procedure.
  • HY-P1076
    CALP2

    Calcium Channel Phosphodiesterase (PDE) Inflammation/Immunology
    CALP2 is a calmodulin (CaM) antagonist ( (Kd of 7.9 µM)) with high affinity for binding to the CaM EF-hand/Ca 2+-binding site. CALP2 inhibits CaM-dependent phosphodiesterase activity and increases intracellular Ca 2+ concentrations. CALP2 potently inhibits of adhesion and degranulation. CALP2 is also a strong activator of alveolar macrophages.
  • HY-P1076A
    CALP2 TFA

    Calcium Channel Phosphodiesterase (PDE) Inflammation/Immunology
    CALP2 TFA is a calmodulin (CaM) antagonist (Kd of 7.9 µM) with high affinity for binding to the CaM EF-hand/Ca 2+-binding site. CALP2 TFA inhibits CaM-dependent phosphodiesterase activity and increases intracellular Ca 2+ concentrations. CALP2 TFA potently inhibits of adhesion and degranulation. CALP2 TFA is also a strong activator of alveolar macrophages.
  • HY-P1077
    CALP1

    Calcium Channel mGluR Phosphodiesterase (PDE) Apoptosis Inflammation/Immunology
    CALP1 is a calmodulin (CaM) agonist (Kd of 88 µM) with binding to the CaM EF-hand/Ca 2+-binding site. CALP1 blocks calcium influx and apoptosis (IC50 of 44.78 µM) through inhibition of calcium channel opening. CALP1 blocks glutamate receptor channels and blocks a store-operated nonselective cation channel. CALP1 activates CaM-dependent phosphodiesterase activity.
  • HY-P1077A
    CALP1 TFA

    Calcium Channel mGluR Phosphodiesterase (PDE) Apoptosis Inflammation/Immunology
    CALP1 TFA is a calmodulin (CaM) agonist (Kd of 88 µM) with binding to the CaM EF-hand/Ca 2+-binding site. CALP1 TFA blocks calcium influx and apoptosis (IC50 of 44.78 µM) through inhibition of calcium channel opening. CALP1 TFA blocks glutamate receptor channels and blocks a store-operated nonselective cation channel. CALP1 TFA activates CaM-dependent phosphodiesterase activity.