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CAD-31? A novel Alzheimer’s disease drug candidate..

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#1 Infinite1

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Posted 10 January 2018 - 05:25 PM


Ran across this article and figured it would be of interest to this group, figured I would share. 

 

Full text: A novel Alzheimer’s disease drug candidate targeting inflammation and fatty acid metabolism

 

CAD-31 appears to be an analog of J147 which was initially derived from Curcumin. It looks very promising from looking over this article, not certain about how it would pan out in application-- might be difficult acquiring such a compound. 


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#2 tunt01

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Posted 10 January 2018 - 07:41 PM

A new study on J147, profiled as an ATP synthase inhibitor and modulator of CAMKK2, which is probably a common pathway shared by resveratrol.

 

By targeting ATP synthase, J147 causes an increase in intracellular calcium leading to sustained calcium/calmodulin-dependent protein kinase kinase β (CAMKK2)-dependent activation of the AMPK/mTOR pathway, a canonical longevity mechanism

 

 

Journal paper source

 

Goldberg, J., Currais, A., Prior, M., Fischer, W., Chiruta, C., & Ratliff, E. et al. (2018). The mitochondrial ATP synthase is a shared drug target for aging and dementia. Aging Cell, e12715. doi:10.1111/acel.12715

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#3 recon

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Posted 08 March 2018 - 07:56 PM

I found this while doing deeper searches on J147. Bump in case someone knows how can we procure this.

This seems to be a more potent analog of J147.





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