Synthetic Retinoids
<For Research Use Only>

Am80, Am580, Re80, Ch55 and LE540
for Biochemistry

Retinoids, retinoic acid and its bioisomers regulate many biological functions such as cell differentiation, proliferation and embryonic development in vertebrates, through binding to and activating their specific nuclear receptors.
Five representative synthetic retinoids are available for the researchers investigating in signal transduction system through retinoids receptors.

Am 80
Assay (HPLC): min. 98.0 %
C22H25NO3 = 351.44
Catalog No. 017-16621 5 mg
Am 580
Assay (HPLC): min. 98.0 %
C22H25NO3 = 351.44
Catalog No. 014-16631 5 mg
Re 80
Assay (HPLC): min. 95.0 %
C24H26O5 = 394.46
Catalog No. 180-01391 5 mg
Ch 55
Assay (HPLC): min. 98.0 %
C24H28O3 = 364.48
Catalog No. 039-16781 5 mg
LE 540
Assay (HPLC): min. 98.0 %
C33H32N2O2 = 488.62
Catalog No. 123-04521 5 mg

Related Products:
Description
Package Size
Wako Catalog No.
9-cis-Retinoic Acid
5 mg
180-01271
all-trans-Retinoic Acid
50 mg
250 mg
1 g
186-01114
182-01111
188-01113

References:

  1. Hashimoto, Y., Kagechika, H. and Shudo, K., "Expression of retinoic acid receptor genes and the ligand-binding selectivity of retinoic acid receptors (RARfS)", Biochem. Biophys. Res. Commun., 166 (3), 1300-1307 (1990).
  2. Oikawa, T., Okayasu, I., Ashino, H., Morita, I., Murota, S and Shudo, K., "Three novel synthetic retinoids, Re80, Am580 and Am80, all exhibit anti-angiogenic activity in vivo.", Euro. J. Pharmacol., 249, 113-116 (1993).
  3. Umemiya, H., Kagechika, H., Fukasawa, H., Hashimoto, Y and Shudo, K., "Retinoid Antagonists", Yakugaku Zasshi, 116 (12), 928-941 (1996).


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