Antibiotic LL Z1640-4 is a cis-enol resorcylic acid lactone first reported in 1978 exhibiting both antiviral and antiprotozoan activity. More recently, antibiotic LL Z1640-2 (sc-202055) containing the essential cis-enone system that selectively inhibits TAK 1 has gained literature focus. With its inactive cis-enol, Antibiotic LL Z1640-4 is an ideal negative control to help dissect the selectivity of the MAP kinases.
Soluble in ethanol, methanol, DMSO, and DMF. Limited water solubility.
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Various publications cite the use of AntibioticVarious publications cite the use of Antibiotic LL Z1640-4 as an negative control to help dissect the selectivity of the MAP kinases. -SCBT Publication Review
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