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CAS No. : 79066-03-8

Biological Activity:DMHCA, a potent and selective LXR agonist, specifically activates the cholesterol efflux arm of the LXR pathway without stimulating triglyceride synthesis. DMHCA has anti-inflammatory effects and can be used for the research of cholesterol homeostasis diabetes.

Research Area:Metabolic Disease


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Related Small Molecules:XL041;BE1218;Saikosaponin A;27-Hydroxycholesterol;LXRβ agonist-3;RGX-104;24(S)-Hydroxycholesterol;SR9238;BMS-779788;SR9243;AZ876;T0901317;LXRβ agonist-2;GSK2033;LXR antagonist 2;LXR agonist 1;GW3965;LXR-623;Nagilactone B;LXR agonist 2;Rovazolac;GSK3987

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