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Nigericin sodium salt

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IN0003-5mg USD75.0
IN0003-10mg USD135.0

References for Nigericin:

1. Fruth, I. A. and Arrizabalaga, G. Toxoplasma gondii: induction of egress by the potassium ionophore nigericin. Int J Parasitol, 37: 1559-1567, 2007.

2. Harvey, B. M., Mironenko, T., Sun, Y., Hong, H., Deng, Z., Leadlay, P. F., Weissman, K. J., and Haydock, S. F. Insights into polyether biosynthesis from analysis of the nigericin biosynthetic gene cluster in Streptomyces sp. DSM4137. Chem Biol, 14: 703-714, 2007.

3. Pelegrin, P. and Surprenant, A. Pannexin-1 couples to maitotoxin- and nigericin-induced interleukin-1beta release through a dye uptake-independent pathway. J Biol Chem, 282: 2386-2394, 2007.

4. Kucejova, B., Kucej, M., Petrezselyova, S., Abelovska, L., and Tomaska, L. A screen for nigericin-resistant yeast mutants revealed genes controlling mitochondrial volume and mitochondrial cation homeostasis. Genetics, 171: 517-526, 2005.

5. Hamidinia, S. A., Tan, B., Erdahl, W. L., Chapman, C. J., Taylor, R. W., and Pfeiffer, D. R. The ionophore nigericin transports Pb2+ with high activity and selectivity: a comparison to monensin and ionomycin. Biochemistry, 43: 15956-15965, 2004.

6. Hentze, H., Lin, X. Y., Choi, M. S., and Porter, A. G. Critical role for cathepsin B in mediating caspase-1-dependent interleukin-18 maturation and caspase-1-independent necrosis triggered by the microbial toxin nigericin. Cell Death Differ, 10: 956-968, 2003.

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