Compound Libraries Glutamine Metabolism Compound Library

Glutamine Metabolism Compound Library

Catalog No. L2550
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L-glutamine is a non-essential amino acid that is often simply called glutamine. It is produced by the body. Glutamine is synthesized from NH4+ and glutamate. The conversion of glutamate to glutamine is regulated by glutamine synthetase (GS) and is a key step in nitrogen metabolism. Although normally synthesized in adequate amounts, endogenous glutamine production may be inadequate during periods of metabolic stress or under the condition of disease.

Glutamine is crucial for many metabolic functions, including protein and glutathione synthesis, energy production, maintenance of optimal antioxidant status, and immune function. Glutamine is the main metabolic substrate of macrophages and important for the function of macrophages; Glutamine is an important biosynthetic precursor for amino acid, protein and nucleic acid synthesis; Glutamine serves as a source of fuel for the cells lining the intestines, and without it, these cells may waste away; Glutamine is significantly involved in the synthesis of glutathione, a very important intracellular antioxidant and detoxication factor.

Cancer cells undergo a reprogramming of metabolism in order to maintain bioenergetics, redox status, cell signaling and biosynthesis, in what is often a poorly vascularized, nutrient-deprived microenvironment. A metabolic characteristic of many cancer cells is a dependence on an exogenous supply of glutamine, exhibiting “glutamine addiction”. Glutamine enters the cell through the amino acid transporter, ASCT2/SLC1A5, and is converted to glutamate in the mitochondria through a deamination reaction catalyzed by glutaminase (GLS). Glutamate is converted to the TCA cycle intermediate α-ketoglutarate (α-KG) by either glutamate dehydrogenase (GDH) or by the alanine or aspartate transaminases (TAs), which produce their corresponding amino acid in addition to α-KG, a process termed glutaminolysis. Humans express 4 isoforms of glutaminase which is the restriction and initiation enzyme in the glutaminolytic pathway. GLS encodes 2 types of kidney-type glutaminase with a high activity and low Km. GLS2 encodes 2 forms of liver-type glutaminase with a low activity and allosteric regulation.

Glutamine coordinates intracellular signaling to promote cancer growth in addition to acting as an important substrate for carbon and nitrogen production. For example, MYC transcriptionally represses miR-23a/b, leading to higher expression of mitochondrial glutaminase. Glutamine stimulates mTORC1 activity and in turn, impairs autophagy initiation through the negative regulation of ULK1 by several mechanisms. Thus, intervention in glutamine metabolic processes could provide novel approaches to improve cancer treatment.

TargetMol owns a unique collection of 580 compounds targeting the mainly proteins and enzymes involved in glutamine metabolism pathway. Glutamine Metabolism compound library is a useful tool for research in glutamine metabolic processes and drug discovery.

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100 μL * 10 mM (in DMSO) 9400.00
250 μL * 10 mM (in DMSO) 18500.00
1 mg 18500.00
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Product Description

  • A unique collection of 580 glutamine metabolism related compounds can be used for high throughput screening (HTS) and high content screening (HCS), and also is an effective tool for research in glutamine metabolism and cancer;
  • Targets include glutaminase(GLS)、ASCT2、glutamate dehydrogenase、c-Myc, etc.
  • Some compounds have been approved by the FDA;
  • Structurally diverse, medicinally active, and cell permeable;
  • Detailed compound information with structure, target, IC50 value, and bioactivity information;
  • NMR and HPLC/LCMS validated to ensure high purity

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  • Powder or pre-dissolved DMSO solutions in 96/384 well plate with optional 2D barcode
  • Shipped with blue ice
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Library Composition

mTOR (57)
PI3K (40)
Glucocorticoid Receptor (32)
Raf (31)
GR (27)
Akt (24)
p53 (21)
Sirtuin (19)
GluR (19)
Dehydrogenase (18)
DNA-PK (18)
AMPK (17)
ERK (15)
HIF (15)
S6 Kinase (12)
SGLT (11)
Mdm2 (11)
MEK (11)
HMG-CoA Reductase (9)
HIF/HIF Prolyl-Hydroxylase (8)
c-Myc (8)
CDK (7)
NF-κB (7)
PKM (7)
Rho (7)
Src (6)
COX (6)
Amino Acids and Derivatives (5)
c-RET (5)
c-Kit (5)
Autophagy (5)
transporter (5)
Ras (5)
NADPH-oxidase (4)
PKC (4)
ROS (4)
Bcr-Abl (4)
LRRK2 (4)
Epigenetic Reader Domain (4)
FLT (4)
GABA Receptor (3)
FGFR (3)
Estrogen/progestogen Receptor (3)
GlyT (3)
Apoptosis (3)
AChR (3)
Aurora Kinase (3)
Sodium Channel (3)
P450 (3)
PKA (3)
PDK (2)
MAPK (2)
p38 MAPK (2)
NOS (2)
STAT (2)
Serine Protease (2)
ROCK (2)
Potassium Channel (2)
Tyrosinase (2)
Tyrosine Kinases (2)
Caspase (2)
BCL (2)
c-Fms (2)
Antibacterial (2)
Antiviral (2)
HDAC (2)
JAK (2)
JNK (2)
Lipoxygenase (2)
Histamine Receptor (2)
DNA/RNA Synthesis (2)
Glutaminase (2)
GTPase (2)
Hck (2)
HCV Protease (1)
GSK-3 (1)
Glucagon Receptor (1)
Fatty Acid Synthase (1)
Ferroptosis (1)
Histone Methyltransferase (1)
HIV Protease (1)
HSV (1)
Hydroxylase (1)
iGluR (1)
Immunology & Inflammation related (1)
Isocitrate Dehydrogenase (IDH) (1)
IκB/IKK (1)
Liver X Receptor (1)
lysosomal autophagy (1)
MAO (1)
Lipid (1)
Annexin A (1)
ACK (1)
ALK (1)
ATP Citrate Lyase (1)
BMI-1 (1)
BTK (1)
Calcium Channel (1)
CaMK (1)
Carbonic Anhydrase (1)
Casein Kinase (1)
CFTR (1)
Chloride channel (1)
c-Met/HGFR (1)
Dopamine Receptor (1)
EGFR (1)
Endogenous Metabolite (1)
PPAR (1)
Prostaglandin Receptor (1)
SGK (1)
TNF (1)
Topoisomerase (1)
Transferase (1)
Trk receptor (1)
Nrf2 (1)
Microtubule Associated (1)
MMP (1)
MRP (1)
PAI-1 (1)
Parasite (1)
PARP (1)
Pim (1)
PERK (1)
Phosphatase (1)
Phospholipase (1)
Phosphorylase (1)
PLK (1)
Retinoid Receptor (1)
Reverse Transcriptase (1)