Cat. No. 0485
Chemical Name: 1,3-Dioxo-1H-benz[d,e]isoquinoline-
Biological ActivitySpecific inhibitor of aldose reductase (IC50 = 148 μM). Attenuates glucose-induced angiotensin II production in rat vascular smooth muscle in vitro.
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Lavrentyev et al (2007) Mechanism of high glucose-induced angiotensin II production in rat vascular smooth muscle cells. Circ.Res. 101 455. PMID: 17626897.
Barski et al (1996) The C-terminal loop of aldehyde reductase determines the substrate and inhibitor specificity. Biochemistry 35 14276. PMID: 8916913.
Ehrig et al (1994) Mechanism of aldose reductase inhibition: binding of NADP+/NADPH and alrestatin-like inhibitors. Biochemistry 33 7157. PMID: 8003482.
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Citations are publications that use Tocris products. Selected citations for Alrestatin include:
Mochin et al (2015) Hyperglycemia and redox status regulate RUNX2 DNA-binding and an angiogenic phenotype in endothelial cells. PLoS One 97 55. PMID: 25283348.
Bresson et al (2012) The Prostaglandin F Synthase Activity of the Human Aldose Reductase AKR1B1 Brings New Lenses to Look at Pathologic Conditions. Front Pharmacol 3 98. PMID: 22654757.
Lavrentyev and Malik (2009) High glucose-induced Nox1-derived superoxides downregulate PKC-betaII, which subsequently decreases ACE2 expression and ANG(1-7) formation in rat VSMCs. Am J Physiol Heart Circ Physiol 296 H106. PMID: 18978194.
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