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DC28781 NL-1 Featured

NL-1 is a mitoNEET inhibitor with antileukemic effect. NL-1 inhibits REH and REH/Ara-C cells growth with IC50s of 47.35 µM and 56.26 µM, respectively. NL-1-mediated death in leukemic cells requires the activation of the autophagic pathway.

DC40085 Antimycin A1

Antimycin A1 is a specific electron transfer inhibitor of ubiquinol-cytochrome c oxidoreductase. Antimycin A1 inhibits angiogenesis through decrease in VEGF production caused by inhibition of HIF-1α activation.

DC40140 Mitochondrial fusion promoter M1 Featured

Mitochondrial fusion promoter M1 is a mitochondrial dynamic modulator. Mitochondrial fusion promoter M1 preserves the mitochondrial function and promotes cellular respiration. Mitochondrial fusion promoter M1 alleviates cardiac and brain damage in rats with cardiac ischemia/reperfusion injury.

DC40416 HQNO

HQNO, secreted by P. aeruginosa, is a potent electron transport chain inhibitor with a Kd of 64 nM for complex III. HQNO is a potent inhibitor of mitochondrial NDH-2 in many species.

DC41430 Senecionine acetate

Senecionine acetate (O-Acetylsenecionine) is a pyrrolizidine alkaloid. Senecionine acetate inhibits the sequestration of Ca2+ in extramitochondrial and mitochondrial compartments possibly by inactivating free sulfhydryl groups.

DC42141 D-Histidine

D-Histidine is an enantiomer of?L-histidine (HY-N0832).?L-Histidine is an essential amino acid for infants. L-Histidine is an inhibitor of?mitochondrial glutamine transport.

DC42343 Mitochondrial respiration-IN-1 hydrobromide

Mitochondrial respiration-IN-1 hydrobromide (compound 49) is a potent mitochondrial (IC50=8.8 mg/ml) extracted from patent US20110301180A1, compound 49. Mitochondrial respiration-IN-1 hydrobromide significantly reduces mitochondrial respiration in platelets.

DC42344 MPP+ iodide

MPP+ iodide, a toxic metabolite of the neurotoxin MPTP, causes symptom of Parkinson's disease in animal models by selectively destroying dopaminergic neurons in substantia nigra. MPP+ iodide is taken up by the dopamine transporter into dopaminergic neurons where it exerts its neurotoxic action on mitochondria by affecting complex I of the respiratory chain. MPP+ iodide is also a high affinity substrate for the serotonin transporter (SERT).

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