Altenuene Impurities

Altenuene Its potential medicinal uses as well as it’s capacity to control biological processes.

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Impurity structure Parent Drug Name Name of Impurity Catalogue No. CAS No.
Iso Altenuene Altenuene

Iso Altenuene

VL59200002 126671-80-5
(-)-Altenuene Altenuene

(-)-Altenuene

VL59200001 889101-41-1

Altenuene Related Compound

Altenuene has a broad variety of therapeutic possibilities, including anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, anti-cancer, and anti-microbial effects. It is used to treat neurological illnesses such as Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s.

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Is attenuate is cholinesterase inhibitor?

Alternate contains the dual cholinesterase inhibitor ‘attenuate,’ which has substantial antioxidant and insecticidal effects. This is the first report on altenuene’s acetylcholinesterase inhibitory action. The study’s significance and impact: A. alternata has the potential to develop a dual ChE inhibitor with antioxidant action that might be used to treat neurodegenerative illnesses.

What is the use of attenuate?

Altenuene has been demonstrated to have a variety of biochemical and physiological effects. It has been demonstrated that it induces apoptosis in cancer cells, inhibits the generation of pro-inflammatory cytokines, and regulates the immunological response. Altenuene has also been proven to have antioxidant capabilities, which can aid in the prevention of oxidative cell damage.

What is the classification of attenuate?

Description Altenuene is a naturally occurring chemical that belongs to the polyketide-derived metabolite class. It was identified in numerous different fungal species after being isolated from the fungus Alternaria alternata.