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Sirtuins

Sirtuins are widely distributed in cells and consist of a group of proteins, with a total of 7 subtypes SIRT1~SIRT7. The main function of sirtuins is to deacetylate proteins, an important protein modification process. Through deacetylation, sirtuins can maintain protein function and stability and participate in a variety of cellular processes.

Epigenetic and post-translational modification mechanisms have been found to control immune responses and metabolic reprogramming. Sirtuins are NAD+-dependent histone deacetylase enzymes that have recently been reported to play a potential role in immune responses. Therefore, sirtuins are of great significance as therapeutic targets for treating immune-related diseases and enhancing anti-tumor immunity.

For more details about our sirtuins, please click the links listed below.

  • SRT1720 HCl
  • CAT#:

    DES-2312-LGZ-3

  • Application:

    SIRT1 Activator

  • CAS Number:

    1001645-58-4

  • SRT 2183
  • CAT#:

    DES-2312-LGZ-4

  • Application:

    Sirtuin-1 (SIRT1) Activator

  • CAS Number:

    1001908-89-9

  • Sirtinol
  • CAT#:

    DES-2312-LGZ-5

  • Application:

    Sirtuin Inhibitor

  • CAS Number:

    410536-97-9

  • Salermide
  • CAT#:

    DES-2312-LGZ-6

  • Application:

    Sirt1/Sirt2 Inhibitor

  • CAS Number:

    1105698-15-4

  • Cambinol
  • CAT#:

    DES-2312-LGZ-7

  • Application:

    SIRT1/SIRT2 Inhibitor

  • CAS Number:

    14513-15-6

  • Inauhzin
  • CAT#:

    DES-2312-LGZ-8

  • Application:

    SIRT1 Inhibitor

  • CAS Number:

    309271-94-1

  • AK-7
  • CAT#:

    DES-2312-LGZ-9

  • Application:

    SIRT2 Inhibitor

  • CAS Number:

    420831-40-9

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