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AC1O5RSE     N-[(E)-11-[(12Z,14Z)-3,9- dihydroxy-11,17...

Synonyms: 150346-23-9
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Disease relevance of Rhizopodin

  • A new cytostatic compound, rhizopodin, was isolated from the culture broth of the myxobacterium, Myxococcus stipitatus [1].

High impact information on Rhizopodin

  • When 100 nM rhizopodin was added to PtK2 cells, the stress fibers began to decay after just 10 min and had disappeared completely after about 3 h [2].
  • Rhizopodin suppresses bleb formation in K-562 cells, and therefore could act by interacting with protein phosphorylation [1].

Analytical, diagnostic and therapeutic context of Rhizopodin


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