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CAYMAN CHEMICAL COMPANY
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CAYMAN CHEMICAL COMPANY Products - Page 194 of 769
Page 194 of 769
Records 4,826 - 4,850 of 19,217
Name Description Size Catalog #
9(S)-HETE 9(S)-HETE is an enantiomer which makes up 50% of (±)9-HETE. There are no reports of 9(S)-HETE occurring as an enzymatic lipoxygenation product. Whereas 12(S)-HETE promotes adhesion of several cell lines to endothelial cell monolayes, 9(S)-HETE and other positional HETEs are without effect.{880} 25 µg 34410-25
9(S)-HETE 9(S)-HETE is an enantiomer which makes up 50% of (±)9-HETE. There are no reports of 9(S)-HETE occurring as an enzymatic lipoxygenation product. Whereas 12(S)-HETE promotes adhesion of several cell lines to endothelial cell monolayes, 9(S)-HETE and other positional HETEs are without effect.{880} 50 µg 34410-50
9(S)-HODE 9(S)-HODE is produced by the lipoxygenation of linoleic acid in both plants and animals.{123,2262} It has been detected in atherosclerotic plaques, as an esterified component of membrane phospholipids and in oxidized LDL particles.{2636} 1 mg 38410-1
9(S)-HODE 9(S)-HODE is produced by the lipoxygenation of linoleic acid in both plants and animals.{123,2262} It has been detected in atherosclerotic plaques, as an esterified component of membrane phospholipids and in oxidized LDL particles.{2636} 100 µg 38410-100
9(S)-HODE 9(S)-HODE is produced by the lipoxygenation of linoleic acid in both plants and animals.{123,2262} It has been detected in atherosclerotic plaques, as an esterified component of membrane phospholipids and in oxidized LDL particles.{2636} 500 µg 38410-500
9(S)-HODE cholesteryl ester 9(S)-HODE cholesteryl ester was originally extracted from atherosclerotic lesions.{2227} It remains uncertain whether the oxidized fatty acid portion of the molecule results from enzymatic lipoxygenation or from random lipid peroxidation.{1126} 9(S)-HODE cholesteryl ester can be used as a standard for analysis of chiral HODE cholesteryl esters. 100 µg 38411-100
9(S)-HODE cholesteryl ester 9(S)-HODE cholesteryl ester was originally extracted from atherosclerotic lesions.{2227} It remains uncertain whether the oxidized fatty acid portion of the molecule results from enzymatic lipoxygenation or from random lipid peroxidation.{1126} 9(S)-HODE cholesteryl ester can be used as a standard for analysis of chiral HODE cholesteryl esters. 25 µg 38411-25
9(S)-HODE cholesteryl ester 9(S)-HODE cholesteryl ester was originally extracted from atherosclerotic lesions.{2227} It remains uncertain whether the oxidized fatty acid portion of the molecule results from enzymatic lipoxygenation or from random lipid peroxidation.{1126} 9(S)-HODE cholesteryl ester can be used as a standard for analysis of chiral HODE cholesteryl esters. 50 µg 38411-50
9(S)-HODE-d4 9(S)-HODE-d4 contains four deuterium atoms at the 9, 10, 12, and 13 positions. It is intended for use as an internal standard for the quantification of 9(S)-HODE by GC- or LC-mass spectrometry. 100 µg 338410-100
9(S)-HODE-d4 9(S)-HODE-d4 contains four deuterium atoms at the 9, 10, 12, and 13 positions. It is intended for use as an internal standard for the quantification of 9(S)-HODE by GC- or LC-mass spectrometry. 25 µg 338410-25
9(S)-HODE-d4 9(S)-HODE-d4 contains four deuterium atoms at the 9, 10, 12, and 13 positions. It is intended for use as an internal standard for the quantification of 9(S)-HODE by GC- or LC-mass spectrometry. 50 µg 338410-50
9(S)-HOTrE A monohydroxy PUFA produced by the actions of 5-LO on α-linolenic acid 1 mg 39420-1
9(S)-HOTrE A monohydroxy PUFA produced by the actions of 5-LO on α-linolenic acid 100 µg 39420-100
9(S)-HOTrE A monohydroxy PUFA produced by the actions of 5-LO on α-linolenic acid 5 mg 39420-5
9(S)-HOTrE A monohydroxy PUFA produced by the actions of 5-LO on α-linolenic acid 500 µg 39420-500
9(S)-HpODE 9(S)-HpODE is produced by the action of arachidonate 5-LO on linoleic acid. It can be further metabolized by potato hydroperoxide dehydratase to colneleic acid.{2225,186} 1 mg 48410-1
9(S)-HpODE 9(S)-HpODE is produced by the action of arachidonate 5-LO on linoleic acid. It can be further metabolized by potato hydroperoxide dehydratase to colneleic acid.{2225,186} 100 µg 48410-100
9(S)-HpODE 9(S)-HpODE is produced by the action of arachidonate 5-LO on linoleic acid. It can be further metabolized by potato hydroperoxide dehydratase to colneleic acid.{2225,186} 50 µg 48410-50
9(S)-HpODE 9(S)-HpODE is produced by the action of arachidonate 5-LO on linoleic acid. It can be further metabolized by potato hydroperoxide dehydratase to colneleic acid.{2225,186} 500 µg 48410-500
9(S)-HpOTrE 9(S)-HpOTrE is a monohydroperoxy PUFA produced by the action of 5-LO on α-linolenic acid.{2226} It can be further metabolized to colnelenic acid by a divinyl ether synthase activity found in garlic and potato microsomal fractions.{6086,3824} 9(S)-HpOTrE also serves as a substrate for further oxidation by both soybean and potato LOs, resulting in the formation of 9,16-dihydroperoxy acid.{6085,6087} The suicide inactivation of LOs when 9(S)-HpOTrE is used as a substrate is thought to occur via formation of an unstable epoxide.{6083,6084} 1 mg 45120-1
9(S)-HpOTrE 9(S)-HpOTrE is a monohydroperoxy PUFA produced by the action of 5-LO on α-linolenic acid.{2226} It can be further metabolized to colnelenic acid by a divinyl ether synthase activity found in garlic and potato microsomal fractions.{6086,3824} 9(S)-HpOTrE also serves as a substrate for further oxidation by both soybean and potato LOs, resulting in the formation of 9,16-dihydroperoxy acid.{6085,6087} The suicide inactivation of LOs when 9(S)-HpOTrE is used as a substrate is thought to occur via formation of an unstable epoxide.{6083,6084} 100 µg 45120-100
9(S)-HpOTrE 9(S)-HpOTrE is a monohydroperoxy PUFA produced by the action of 5-LO on α-linolenic acid.{2226} It can be further metabolized to colnelenic acid by a divinyl ether synthase activity found in garlic and potato microsomal fractions.{6086,3824} 9(S)-HpOTrE also serves as a substrate for further oxidation by both soybean and potato LOs, resulting in the formation of 9,16-dihydroperoxy acid.{6085,6087} The suicide inactivation of LOs when 9(S)-HpOTrE is used as a substrate is thought to occur via formation of an unstable epoxide.{6083,6084} 5 mg 45120-5
9(S)-HpOTrE 9(S)-HpOTrE is a monohydroperoxy PUFA produced by the action of 5-LO on α-linolenic acid.{2226} It can be further metabolized to colnelenic acid by a divinyl ether synthase activity found in garlic and potato microsomal fractions.{6086,3824} 9(S)-HpOTrE also serves as a substrate for further oxidation by both soybean and potato LOs, resulting in the formation of 9,16-dihydroperoxy acid.{6085,6087} The suicide inactivation of LOs when 9(S)-HpOTrE is used as a substrate is thought to occur via formation of an unstable epoxide.{6083,6084} 500 µg 45120-500
9(Z),11(E),13(E)-Octadecatrienoic Acid α-ESA is a conjugated PUFA commonly found in plant seed oil. This fatty acid accounts for about 60% of the total fatty acid composition of bitter gourd seed oil and about 70% in tung oil.{14176} α-ESA is metabolized and converted to conjugated linoleic acid (9Z,11E-CLA) in rats.{14175} It has shown potential as a tumor growth suppressor. In colon cancer Caco-2 cells, α-ESA induced apoptosis through up-regulation of GADD45, p53, and PPARγ.{14176} In DLD-1 cells supplemented with α-ESA, apoptosis was induced via lipid peroxidation with an EC50 of 20 µM.{14175} It also inhibits DNA polymerases and topoisomerases with IC50s ranging from ~5-20 µM for different isoforms of the enzymes.{14174} 1 mg 10008349-1
9(Z),11(E),13(E)-Octadecatrienoic Acid α-ESA is a conjugated PUFA commonly found in plant seed oil. This fatty acid accounts for about 60% of the total fatty acid composition of bitter gourd seed oil and about 70% in tung oil.{14176} α-ESA is metabolized and converted to conjugated linoleic acid (9Z,11E-CLA) in rats.{14175} It has shown potential as a tumor growth suppressor. In colon cancer Caco-2 cells, α-ESA induced apoptosis through up-regulation of GADD45, p53, and PPARγ.{14176} In DLD-1 cells supplemented with α-ESA, apoptosis was induced via lipid peroxidation with an EC50 of 20 µM.{14175} It also inhibits DNA polymerases and topoisomerases with IC50s ranging from ~5-20 µM for different isoforms of the enzymes.{14174} 10 mg 10008349-10
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