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Guidelines for small-molecule inhibitors

A few hints and tips on small molecule inhibitor best practice to get you started. From negative controls to dose dependent effects - a beginners guide.

(+)-Abscisic acid (ab120860)

Description:
Phytohormone; produced by a variety of cells in humans and animals
Purity:
> 99%

(-)-Epigallocatechin gallate (ab120716)

Description:
Potent antioxidant flavonoid
Purity:
> 98%

(+)-S-Methyl-L-cysteine-S-oxide (Methiin) (ab143662)

Description:
Antioxidant agent
Purity:
> 98%

(+)-Schisandrin A (Deoxyschizandrin) (ab143548)

Description:
Antioxidant agent
Purity:
> 98%

(+)-Usniacin (D-Usnic acid) (ab143117)

Description:
Usnic acid enantiomer

(±)-Miconazole nitrate (ab141195)

Description:
Imidazole antifungal agent
Purity:
> 99%

(±)-Naringenin (ab120958)

Description:
Citrus flavonoid. Antioxidant, anti-inflammatory.
Purity:
> 98%

(R,S)-Lenalidomide (ab142129)

Description:
Thalidomide analog, TNF-α inhibitor
Purity:
> 98%

13-Methyltetradecanoic acid (ab143978)

Description:
iso C15 Fatty acid. Antitumor agent.
Purity:
> 98%

1400W (ab120165)

Description:
Selective iNOS inhibitor
Purity:
> 99%