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CAS No. : 2402753-39-1

Biological Activity:BuChE-IN-5 (compound 25b) is a potent BuChE inhibitor with an IC50 value of 1.94 μM. BuChE-IN-5 efficiently inhibits aggregation Aβ and tau protein in Escherichia coli. BuChE-IN-5 also has free radical scavenging capacity and antioxidant activity. BuChE-IN-5 can be used for researching Alzheimer’s disease.

Research Area:Neurological Disease

Targets:Amyloid-β|Cholinesterase (ChE)|Tau Protein

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