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Item № 38400
CAS № 98524-19-7
Purity ≥98%
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                (CAS 98524-19-7)
     100 µg $125.00 0.00
     500 µg $469.00 0.00
     1 mg $875.00 0.00

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(±)9-HODE is one of the two racemic monohydroxy fatty acids resulting from the non-enzymatic oxidation of linoleic acid. Approximately equal proportions of both isomers are found in mitochondrial and plasma membranes of rabbit reticulocytes.1,2 Oxidized LDL contains significant amounts of esterified 9- and 13-HpODEs and HODEs.3,4

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Formal Name
(±)-9-hydroxy-10E,12Z-octadecadienoic acid
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Formula Weight
A solution in ethanol
234 nm
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1. Kühn, H., Belkner, J., and Wiesner, R. Subcellular distribution of lipoxygenase products in rabbit reticulocyte membranes Eur. J. Biochem. 191(1), 221-227 (1990).

2. Kühn, H., Belkner, J., and Wiesner, R. Metabolism of polyenoic fatty acids by rabbit reticulocytes. Intracellular action of the erythroid lipoxygenase on membrane lipids Biomedica Biochimica Acta 49, S25-S30 (1990).

3. Folcik, V.A., and Cathcart, M.K. Predominance of esterified hydroperoxy-linoleic acid in human monocyte-oxidized LDL Journal of Lipid Research 35, 1570-1582 (1994).

4. Ku, G., Thomas, C.E., Akeson, A.L., et al. Induction of interleukin 1β expression from human peripheral blood monocyte-derived macrophages by 9-hydroxyoctadecadienoic acid J. Biol. Chem. 267(20), 14183-14188 (1992).

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Lahvic, J.L., Ammerman, M., Li, P., et al. Specific oxylipins enhance vertebrate hematopoiesis via the receptor GPR132 PNAS 115(37), 9252-9257 (2018).

Morgan, A.H., Hammond, V.J., Morgan, L., et al. Quantitative assays for esterified oxylipins generated by immune cells Nat. Protoc. 5(12), 1919-1931 (2010).

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