Catalog No.S7582 Synonyms: 6-pentadecylsalicylic Acid
Molecular Weight(MW): 348.52
Anacardic Acid is a potent inhibitor of p300 and p300/CBP-associated factor histone acetyltranferases, which also has antibacterial activity, antimicrobial activity, prostaglandin synthase inhibition, and tyrosinase and lipoxygenase inhibition.
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|Description||Anacardic Acid is a potent inhibitor of p300 and p300/CBP-associated factor histone acetyltranferases, which also has antibacterial activity, antimicrobial activity, prostaglandin synthase inhibition, and tyrosinase and lipoxygenase inhibition.|
Anacardic acid is found to be a common inhibitor of several clinically targeted enzymes such as NFkB kinase, histone acetyltransferase (HATs), lipoxygenase (LOX-1), xanthine oxidase, tyrosinase and ureases. Anacardic acid is also an efficient inhibitor of Tip60 in vitro.It inhibits the Tip60-dependent acetylation and activation of the ATM protein kinase in HeLa cells, and sensitizes the cells to the cytotoxic effects of radiation. Anacardic acid can effectively prevent cell damage induced by H2O2 because this can be converted to ROS, hydroxyl radicals, in the presence of metal ions.
|In vivo||Anacardic acid attenuates over-expression of Gata4, α-MHC and cTnT in fetal mouse hearts exposed to ethanol. Anacardic acid inhibits binding of P300, PCAF to the promoter of Gata4.|
HAT and HDAC Activity Assays :After homogenization of cardiac tissues, nucleoproteins are extracted using a Nuclear Extract Kit according to the manufacturer's instructions. HAT and HDAC activities of the nuclear protein extracts are determined using a colorimetric assay included in the HAT and HDAC assay kits.
|In vitro||DMSO||69 mg/mL (197.98 mM)|
|Ethanol||69 mg/mL warmed (197.98 mM)|
|In vivo||Add solvents to the product individually and in order(Data is from Selleck tests instead of citations):
5% DMSO+45% PEG 300+H2O
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