Cat. No. 2373
Chemical Name: N-(2,2,2-Trifluoroethyl)-N-[4-[2,2,
Biological ActivityPotent, high affinity liver X receptor (LXR) agonist (EC50 ~ 50 nM, Kd values are 7 and 22 nM for LXR-α and LXR-β respectively). Upregulates expression of the ABCA1 gene associated with cholesterol efflux regulation and HDL metabolism. Decreases amyloid-β production in primary neurons in vitro. Displays an EC50 of ~ 5 μM for activation of bile acid farnesoid X receptors (FXRs); 10-fold more potent than natural FXR ligand chenodeoxycholic acid. Also exhibits inverse agonist activity at constitutive androstane receptors (CAR).
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Repa et al (2000) Regulation of absorption and ABC1-mediated efflux of cholesterol by RXR heterodimers. Science 289 1524. PMID: 10968783.
Houck et al (2004) T0901317 is a dual LXR/FXR agonist. Mol.Gen.Metab. 83 184.
Koldamova et al (2005) The liver X receptor ligand T0901317 decreases amyloid β production in vitro and in a mouse model of Alzheimer's disease. J.Biol.Chem. 280 4079. PMID: 15557325.
Mitro et al (2007) The nuclear receptor LXR is a glucose sensor. Nature Lett. 445 219.
Kanno et al (2013) T0901317, a potent LXR agonist, is an inverse agonist of CAR. J.Toxicol.Sci. 38 309. PMID: 23665929.
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Keywords: T 0901317, supplier, Potent, liver, X, receptor, LXR, agonists, FXR, Receptors, Liver, Farnesoid, LXR-like, T0901317
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