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Arginase

Arginase hydrolyzes L-argenine L-ornithine and urea in the urea cycle. Two arginase isoenzymes (arginase I and II ) play a role in regulation of nitric oxide (NO) synthesis and development of vascular diseases.

  1. Cat.No. Product Name Information
  2. GC17568 ABH

    slow-binding competitive inhibitor of human arginase II

  3. GC10096 Arginase inhibitor 1 Human arginases I and II inhibitor
  4. GC10280 BEC arginase inhibitor
  5. GC42911 BEC (hydrochloride) BEC is a potent slow-binding competitive inhibitor of recombinant rat liver arginase I with Ki values of 0.4 and 0.6 μM from kinetic analyses.
  6. GC33106 CB-1158 (INCB01158)
  7. GC34368 CB-1158 Hydrochloride (INCB01158 Hydrochloride)
  8. GA10879 H-DL-Nva-OH H-DL-Nva-OH
  9. GC10628 nor-NOHA (acetate)

    potent, reversible inhibitor of rat liver arginase

  10. GC36914 Piceatannol 3'-O-glucoside

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