α-tocopheryloxyacetic acid

Product ID: M1476



Unit SizePriceQuantity 
10mg
$86.02

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Description

gamma-secretase inhibitor.

A redox silent and non-hydrolysable derivative of naturally occurring vitamin E. Useful as a γ-secretase inhibitor.

Technical Data
SKU M1476
CAS Number 261929-52-6
Unit Size 10mg
Alternative Names α-TEA; Acetic acid, 2-[[(2R)-3,4-dihydro-2,5,7,8-tetramethyl-2-[(4R,8R)-4,8,12-trimethyltridecyl]-2H-1-benzopyran-6-yl]oxy]-
Molecular Formula C₃₁ H₅₂ O₄
Molecular Weight 488.74
Soluble In Dichloromethane
Storage Conditions 4C, Protect From Light, Desiccated
Notes FOR RESEARCH USE ONY

References and Citations

References:

  • Naumann EC, Goring S, Ogorek I, Weggen S, Schmidt B. (2013) "Membrane anchoring γ-secretase modulators with terpene-derived moieties." Bioorg & Med Chem Letters 23(13):3852-3856.
  • Hahn T, Akporiaye ET. (2013) "α-TEA as a stimulator of tumor autophagy and enhancer of antigen cross-presentation." Autophagy 9(3):429-431.
  • Dong LF, Grant G, Massa H, Zobalova R, Akporiaye E, Neuzil J. (2012) "α- Tocopheryloxyacetic acid is superior to α-tocopheryl succinate in suppressing HER2-high breast carcinomas due to its higher stability." Intl J Cancer 131(5):1052-1058.
  • Mazzini F, Betti M, Canonico B, Netscher T, Luchetti F, Papa S, Galli F. (2010) "Anticancer activity of vitamin E-derived compounds in murine C6 glioma cells." ChemMedChem 5(4): 540-543.
  • Hahn T, Fried K, Hurley LH, Akporiaye ET. (2009) "Orally active α-TEA suppresses tumor growth and multiplicity of spontaneous murine breast cancer." Mol Cancer Ther 8(6):1570-1578.
  • Dong LF, Swettenham E, Eliasson J, Wang XF, Gold M, Medunic Y, Stantic M, Low P, Prochazka L, Witting PK, et al. (2007) "Vitamin E analogues inhibit angiogenesis by selective induction of apoptosis in proliferating endothelial cells: The role of oxidative stress." Cancer Res 67(24):11906-11913.
  • Lawson KA, Anderson K, Menchaca M, Atkinson J, Sun LZ, Knight V, Gilbert BE, Conti C, Sanders BG, Kline K. (2003) "Novel vitamin E analogue decreases syngeneic mouse mammary tumor burden and reduces lung metastasis." Molec Cancer Therap 2(5):437-444.
  • Anderson K, Simmons-Menchaca M, Lawson KA, Atkinson J, Sanders BG, Kline K. (2004) "Differential response of human ovarian cancer cells to induction of apoptosis by vitamin E succinate and vitamin E analogue, α-TEA." Cancer Res 64(12): 4263-4269.
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