HDAC3-Selective Photoreactive Inhibitor; HD-75

HD-75 is an isoxazole-based compound which acts as a photoreactive histone deacetylase (HDAC) inhibitor suitable for photoaffinity labeling experiments. This allows for the identification of drug target proteins of biologically active compounds and mapping their binding sites.

HD-75 specifically inhibits HDAC3, showing a 9-fold selectivity versus HDAC8. Cell-based studies show HD-75 is able to freely enter the cell nucleus and trigger mechanisms known to respond to HDAC inhibition such as accumulation of acetylated H4, activation of caspase 3, and cell death of highly proliferative human cancer cell lines at low micromolar concentrations. Additionally, unlike SAHA, HD-75, does not exert cytotoxic effect in neuronal-like cells and even protected these cells from chemically induced apoptosis.

From the laboratory of Pavel A. Petukhov, PhD, University of Illinois at Chicago.

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HDAC3-Selective Photoreactive Inhibitor; HD-75
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Product Type: Small Molecule
Name: HD-75
Chemical Formula: C17H20N6O4
Molecular Weight: 372.4
Format: solid
Purity: >95%, LCMS
Stability: > 6 months when stored at -20C
Comments: Photoreactive group: arylazide; Activation wavelength: 280nm; Activation period: 3min
Storage: Store at -20C
Shipped: Cold packs

From the laboratory of Pavel A. Petukhov, PhD, University of Illinois at Chicago.
Compound IC50 ± SD (nM) HDAC8/HDAC3
SAHA 27 ± 1.0 440 ± 21 16.3
HD-75 73 ± 15 707 ± 86 9.68

Adapted from Table 1; Neelarapu, R., et al. Journal of Medicinal Chemistry. 54: 4350 - 4364. 2011.

  1. Neelarapu, R., et al. Design, Synthesis, Docking, and Biological Evaluation of Novel Diazide-Containing Isoxazole- and Pyrazole-Based Histone Deacetylase Probes. Journal of Medicinal Chemistry. 54: 4350 - 4364. 2011.
  2. Jiang X, Ye X, Guo W, Lu H, Gao Z. Inhibition of HDAC3 promotes ligand-independent PPARγ activation by protein acetylation. J Mol Endocrinol. 2014 Oct;53(2):191-200. doi: 10.1530/JME-14-0066. PubMed PMID: 24982244; PubMed Central PMCID: PMC4391273. View Article

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