1. Epigenetics
  2. HuR



HuR Related Products (6):

Cat. No. Product Name Effect Purity
  • HY-160783
    SRI-43265 Inhibitor 99.08%
    SRI-43265 (compound 40) is an inhibitor of human antigen R protein (HuR) dimerization, and HuR multimers have been implicated in cancer and inflammatory pathogenesis[1].
  • HY-134601
    KH-3 Inhibitor 98.91%
    KH-3 is a potent RNA-binding protein Hu antigen R (HuR) inhibitor with an IC50 value of 0.35 μM. KH-3 has anti-proliferative activity. KH-3 suppresses breast cancer cell invasion as well as delays the initiation of lung colonies by disrupting HuR-FOXQ1 mRNA interaction[1].
  • HY-148853
    SRI-42127 Inhibitor 99.64%
    SRI-42127 is a HuR translocation inhibitor. HuR is an RNA regulator that binds to AREs, and HuR translocations promote the production of inflammatory cytokines in glial cells. However, SRI-42127 can destroy mRNA stability and inhibit gene promoter activation. SRI-42127 also inhibits microglial cell activation and attenuates recruitment/chemotaxis of neutrophils and monocytes[1].
  • HY-101112
    Okicenone Inhibitor
    Okicenone is a Hu protein R (HuR) inhibitor. Okicenone inhibits HuR oligomerization, interferes with HuR RNA binding, HuR trafficking, cytokine expression and T-cell activation[1].
  • HY-124828
    CMLD-2 Inhibitor 98.99%
    CMLD-2, an inhibitor of HuR-ARE interaction, competitively binds HuR protein disrupting its interaction with adenine-uridine rich elements (ARE)-containing mRNAs (Ki=350 nM). CMLD-2 induces apoptosis exhibits antitumor activity in different cancer cells as colon, pancreatic, thyroid and lung cancer cell lines. Hu antigen R (HuR) is an RNA binding protein, can regulate target mRNAs stability and translation[1][2].
  • HY-124844
    Azaphilone-9 Inhibitor
    Azaphilone-9 (AZA-9) is an inhibitor of HuR-ARE RNA interaction (IC50=1.2 μM) by binding RNA-binding protein Hu antigen R (HuR). The HuR-RNA interactions stabilize many oncogenic mRNAs in tumors. Thus Azaphilone-9 potentially inhibit cancer cell growth and progression[1].