Cat. No. 0609
Biological ActivityIntermediate in mitochondrial fatty acid oxidation. Has a wide range of biological actions including the inhibition of protein kinase C and cell membrane disruption.
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References are publications that support the products' biological activity.
Requero et al (1995) The membrane-perturbing properties of palmitoyl-coenzyme A and palmitoylcarnitine. A comparative study. Biochemistry 34 10400. PMID: 7654694.
Criddle et al (1990) The effects of novel vasodilator long chain acyl carnitine esters in the isolated perfused heart of the rat. Br.J.Pharmacol. 99 477. PMID: 1691947.
Dainty et al (1990) Interactions of palmitoyl carnitine with the endothelium in rat aorta. Br.J.Pharmacol. 100 241. PMID: 1696151.
Nakadate and Blumberg (1987) Modulation by palmitoylcarnitine of protein kinase C activation. Cancer Res. 47 6537. PMID: 3479247.
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