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CAS No. : 2238-90-6

Biological Activity:Psychosine (Galactosylsphingosine), a substrate of the galactocerebrosidase (GALC) enzyme, is a potential biomarker for Krabbe disease. Psychosine is a highly cytotoxic lipid, capable of inducing cell death in a wide variety of cell types including, most relevantly to globoid cell leukodystrophy (GLD), oligodendrocytes. Psychosine causes cell death at least in part via apoptosis. Psychosine also is an inhibitor of PKC.

Research Area:Cancer|Neurological Disease


Related Small Molecules:[Ala107]MBP(104-118) TFA;BJE6-106;Myelin Basic Protein;Staurosporine;PKC-iota inhibitor 1;Hypericin;Malantide;PKCiota-IN-2 formic;PF-4950834;C8 Dihydroceramide;SC-9;DL-erythro-Dihydrosphingosine;Safingol;ZIP;Psychosine-d5;TPPB;Enzastaurin;Protein Kinase C (19-31);Protein kinase inhibitor H-7 dihydrochloride;Teleocidin A1;Ro 31-8220;[Ser25] Protein Kinase C (19-31);CGP60474

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