HAT Selective Inhibitors | Activators
|Catalog No.||Product Name||Information||Selective / Pan||IC50 / Ki|
|S9445||Ginkgolic Acid (C13:0)||
Ginkgolic Acid (C13:0) is a natural anticariogenic agent in Ginkgo biloba L. that exhibits antimicrobial activity against S. mutans and suppresses the specific virulence factors associated with its cariogenicity. Ginkgolic acid is a potent sumoylation inhibitor and reported to inhibit histone acetylation transferase (HAT).
Ginkgolic acid, toxic phenolic compounds present in the fruits and leaves of Ginkgo biloba L., is a potent sumoylation inhibitor also reported to inhibit histone acetylation transferase (HAT).
CPTH2 is a potent histone acetyltransferase (HAT) inhibitor modulating Gcn5p network. CPTH2 induces apoptosis and decreases the invasiveness of a ccRCC cell line through the inhibition of KAT3B.
YF-2 is a highly selective, blood-brain-barrier permeable activator of histone acetyltransferase (HAT). In In vitro assays, YF-2 has activity versus CBP, PCAF, and GCN5 with EC50 of 2.75 μΜ, 29.04 μΜ and 49.3 μΜ, respectively. YF-2 also increases p300 activity.
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