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NOC 12 NOC 12, 1-Hydroxy-2-oxo-3-(N-ethyl-2-aminoethyl)-3-ethyl-1-triazene [CAS: 146724-89-2]
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Reaction of NO release Product Description of NOC Compounds NOCs are stable NO-amine complexes that spontaneously release NO, without cofactors, under physiological conditions. The rate of NO release depends on the chemical structure of NOC. The mechanism of spontaneous NO generation by NOCs is very simple compared to other classical NO donors, such as nitroglycerin and nitropurusside, and the by-products do not interfere with cell activities. A single NOC molecule releases two NO molecules...

NOC 18 NOC 18, 1-Hydroxy-2-oxo-3,3-bis(2-aminoethyl)-1-triazene [CAS: 146724-94-9]
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Reaction of NO release Product Description of NOC Compounds are stable NO-amine complexes that spontaneously release NO, without cofactors, under physiological conditions. The rate of NO release depends on the chemical structure of NOC. The mechanism of spontaneous NO generation by NOCs is very simple compared to other classical NO donors, such as nitroglycerin and nitropurusside, and the by-products do not interfere with cell activities. A single NOC molecule releases two NO molecules (as...

NOC 5 NOC 5, 1-Hydroxy-2-oxo-3-(3-aminopropyl)-3-isopropyl-1-triazene [CAS: 146724-82-5]
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Reaction of NO release Product Description of NOC CompoundsNOCs are stable NO-amine complexes that spontaneously release NO, without cofactors, under physiological conditions. The rate of NO release depends on the chemical structure of NOC. The mechanism of spontaneous NO generation by NOCs is very simple compared to other classical NO donors, such as nitroglycerin and nitropurusside, and the by-products do not interfere with cell activities. A single NOC molecule releases two NO molecules (as...

NOC 7 NOC 7, 1-Hydroxy-2-oxo-3-(N-methyl-3-aminopropyl)-3-methyl-1-triazene [CAS: 146724-84-7]
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Reaction of NO release Product Description of NOC Compounds NOCs are stable NO-amine complexes that spontaneously release NO, without cofactors, under physiological conditions. The rate of NO release depends on the chemical structure of NOC. The mechanism of spontaneous NO generation by NOCs is very simple compared to other classical NO donors, such as nitroglycerin and nitropurusside, and the by-products do not interfere with cell activities. A single NOC molecule releases two NO molecules...

NOR 3 NOR 3, (+)-(E)-4-Ethyl-2-[(E)-hydroxyimino]-5-nitro-3-hexenamide [CAS: 163180-49-2]
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Reaction of NO release Product Description of NOR Compounds NORs are ideal NO donors with completely different chemical structures from the other NO donors. Although NORs do not have any ONO2 or ONO moiety, they spontaneously release NO at a steady rate. Even though the NO release mechanism of NOR has not been completely determined, it is confirmed that the byproducts do not possess any significant bioactivities. NOR 3, isolated from Streptomyces genseosporeus, is reported to have strong...

NOR 5 NOR 5, (+)-N-{(E)-4-Ethyl-3-[(Z)-hydroxyimino]-6-methyl-5-nitro-3-heptenyl}-3-pyridinecarboxamide
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Reaction of NO release Product Description of NOR CompoundsNORs are ideal NO donors with completely different chemical structures from the other NO donors. Although NORs do not have any ONO2 or ONO moiety, they spontaneously release NO at a steady rate. Even though the NO release mechanism of NOR has not been completely determined, it is confirmed that the byproducts do not possess any significant bioactivities. NOR 3, isolated from Streptomyces genseosporeus, is reported to have strong...

S-Nitrosoglutathione S-Nitrosoglutathione, N-(N-L-?-Glutamyl-S-nitroso-L-cysteinyl)glycine [CAS: 57564-91-7]
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Reaction of NO release Product Description of S-Nitrosothiols Nitrosothiol compounds release NO and become disulfides under specific physiological conditions. While most of the S-nitrosothiol compounds are unstable, S-Nitrosoglutathione is exceptionally stable. Furthermore, S-Nitrosoglutathione is water-soluble. Although S-nitrosothiol is a good NO donor with no nitrate tolerance, there is evidence that S-nitrosothiol itself has NO-like activity during guanylate cyclase activation. Another...