Molecular Weight(MW): 525.08
PF-CBP1 HCl is a highly selective inhibitor of the bromodomain of CREB-binding protein(CREBBP).It inhibits CREBBP and p300 bromodomains with IC50 of 125 and 363 nM respectively.
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|Description||PF-CBP1 HCl is a highly selective inhibitor of the bromodomain of CREB-binding protein(CREBBP).It inhibits CREBBP and p300 bromodomains with IC50 of 125 and 363 nM respectively.|
PF-CBP1 modulates key inflammatory genes in primary macrophages. PF-CBP1 down regulates RGS4 in neurons, a target linked to Parkinson's disease.It is 139-fold selective over BRD4 in the biochemical assays and >105-fold selective by ITC.PF-CBP1 is also a potent inhibitor of EP300 and possesses no cytotoxicity in macrophages, and hepatotoxicity in cell-based models as long as the concentration is not very high.
|In vitro||DMSO||100 mg/mL (190.44 mM)|
|Water||100 mg/mL (190.44 mM)|
|Ethanol||100 mg/mL (190.44 mM)|
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