Molecular Weight(MW): 163.19
Acetylcysteine(N-acetyl-l-cysteine) is a ROS(reactive oxygen species) inhibitor that antagonizes the activity of proteasome inhibitors. It is also a tumor necrosis factor production inhibitor, used mainly as a mucolytic, protects against acetaminophen overdose-induced hepatotoxicity by maintaining or restoring hepatic concentrations of glutathione.
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|Description||Acetylcysteine(N-acetyl-l-cysteine) is a ROS(reactive oxygen species) inhibitor that antagonizes the activity of proteasome inhibitors. It is also a tumor necrosis factor production inhibitor, used mainly as a mucolytic, protects against acetaminophen overdose-induced hepatotoxicity by maintaining or restoring hepatic concentrations of glutathione.|
N-acetylcysteine inhibits activation of c-Jun N-terminal kinase, p38 MAP kinase and redox-sensitive activating protein-1 and nuclear factor kappa B transcription factor activities regulating expression of numerous genes. N-acetylcysteine can also prevent apoptosis and promote cell survival by activating extracellular signal-regulated kinase pathway, a concept useful for treating certain degenerative diseases. N-acetylcysteine directly modifies the activity of several proteins by its reducing activity.  N-acetylcysteine prevents apoptotic DNA fragmentation and maintains long-term survival in the absence of other trophic support in serum-deprived PC12 cells. N-acetylcysteine also prevents death of PC12 cells and sympathetic neurons.  N-acetylcysteine causes dose-dependent reductions in viability in rat and human aortic smooth muscle cells.  N-acetylcysteine activates the Ras-extracellular signal-regulated kinase (ERK) pathway in PC12 cells. N-acetylcysteine protects neuronal cells from death evoked by withdrawal of trophic support. N-acetylcysteine increases nitric oxide (NO) release from protein-bound stores in vascular tissue. N-acetylcysteine pretreatment of PC12 cells interferes with NGF-dependent signaling and neurite outgrowth, and it was suggested that NAC interferes with redox-sensitive steps in the NGF mechanism. 
|In vivo||N-acetylcysteine improves cognition of 12-month-old SAMP8 mice in both the T-maze footshock avoidance paradigm and the lever press appetitive task without inducing non-specific effects on motor activity, motivation to avoid shock, or body weight. |
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-  Tsai JC, et al. J Biol Chem, 1996, 271(7), 3667-3670.
|In vitro||DMSO||33 mg/mL (202.21 mM)|
|Water||33 mg/mL (202.21 mM)|
|Ethanol||33 mg/mL (202.21 mM)|
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Clinical Trial Information
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|NCT03596125||Not yet recruiting||Preterm Delivery||Nantes University Hospital||October 2018||Phase 2|Phase 3|
|NCT03423667||Not yet recruiting||Cocaine Addiction||Salvatore Campanella|Brugmann University Hospital||September 1 2018||Phase 2|
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