1. Epigenetics
  2. WDR5


WDR5 is a highly conserved WD40 repeat-containing protein that is essential for proper regulation of multiple cellular processes. WDR5 is best characterized as a core scaffolding component of histone methyltransferase complexes. WDR5 also plays a crucial role in mediating protein-protein interactions that sustain oncogenesis in human cancers. One prominent example is the interaction between the transcription factor MYC and WDR5, which is essential for oncogenic processes.

WDR5 Related Products (5):

Cat. No. Product Name Effect Purity
  • HY-16994
    OICR-0547 Inhibitor 99.93%
    OICR-0547 is a negative control, closely related derivative of OICR-9429 (HY-16993). OICR-9429 is a novel small-molecule antagonist of the Wdr5-MLL interaction. OICR-0547 is an inactive control compound that no longer binds to WDR5[1][2].
  • HY-153331
    DDO-2213 Inhibitor
    DDO-2213 is an orally active and potent WDR5-MLL1 inhibitor, with an IC50 of 29 nM and a Kd value of 72.9 nM for the WDR5 protein. DDO-2213 selectively inhibits MLL (mixed lineage leukemia) histone methyltransferase activity and the proliferation of MLL translocation-harboring cells. DDO-2213 can be used for MLL fusion leukemia research[1].
  • HY-161123
    WDR5-IN-8 Inhibitor
    WDR5-IN-8 is a WDR5 inhibitor with IC50 value of 15.5 nM. WDR5-IN-8 shows good anti-proliferative activity in two human acute leukemia cell lines. WDR5-IN-8 has antitumor activity[1].
  • HY-154949
    WDR5-IN-6 Inhibitor 99.89%
    WDR5-IN-6 is a WDR5 inhibitor, targeting to WBM site. WDR5-IN-6 inhibits cell proliferation of neuroblastoma cell lines with potent anti-tumor activity. WDR5-IN-6 shows high synergy with OICR-9429 (HY-16993), a WDR5 inhibitor targeting to WIN site. WDR5-IN-6 can be used for reasearch in neuroblastoma[1].
  • HY-148817
    WDR5-0102 Inhibitor
    WDR5-0102 is an inhibitor targeting WDR5-MLL1 interface (Kdis=7 μM, Kd=4 μM). WDR5-0102 suppresses MLL1 HMT activity, but not human H3K4 methyltransferase SETD7 and six other HMTs: G9a, EHMT1, SUV39H2, SETD8, PRMT3, and PRMT5[1][2].