Molecular Weight(MW): 223.27
Bufexamac is a COX inhibitor for IFN-α release with EC50 of 8.9 μM.
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(a) Treatment of HeLa cells with 1 mM bufexamac results in the induction of HIF1-α, as determined by immunoblotting. The known hypoxia mimetics CPX and DFX were used as positive controls; vinculin served as loading control. (b) Verification of bufexamac-specific upregulation of HIF1-α. HIF1-α protein expression was analyzed 4 h after treatment of cells with the indicated compounds. Ac, acetylated. (c) Time-course analysis of HIF1-α induction by bufexamac. The induction of HIF1-α protein was analyzed by immunoblotting. The graph shows rapid stabilization of HIF1-α upon bufexamac treatment with half-maximal intensity I1/2 of about 75 min. Error bars represent s.d. of three independent experiments. (d) HIF1-α is stabilized only at higher concentrations of bufexamac and accumulates in the nucleus. Induction of endogenous HIF1-α and its nuclear accumulation was analyzed using immunofluorescence microscopy; scale bar, 10 μm.
Nat Biotechnol, 2015, 33(4):415-23.. Bufexamac purchased from Selleck.
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|Description||Bufexamac is a COX inhibitor for IFN-α release with EC50 of 8.9 μM.|
|Features||A specific inhibitor of class IIB histone deacetylases.|
Bufexamac is a specific inhibitor of class IIB histone deacetylases (HDAC6 and HDAC10). Treatment of peripheral blood mononuclear cells with bufexamac inhibits the secretion of IFN-α.  Bufexamac is a frequent and relevant contact sensitizer. Bufexamac is a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug. 
|In vitro||DMSO||45 mg/mL (201.54 mM)|
|Ethanol||3 mg/mL (13.43 mM)|
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