* If the product has intellectual property rights, a license granted is must or contact us.
NSC 127473; U 15965; α-DHB; α-Dehydrobiotin
Introduction of 10118-85-1 :
Lydimycin is a naturally occurring biotin analogue isolated from Streptomyces lydicus, with antibiotic property. IC50 & Target: BacterialIn Vitro: Lydimycin (alpha-dehydrobiotin) is a naturally occurring biotin analogue, with antibiotic property. Lydimycin competes with biotin for the fixation on the apocarboxylases, producing irreversibly inactive enzymes. Lydimycin (alpha-dehydrobiotin) acts as a biotin antimetabolite, and inhibits the synthesis of 7,8-diaminopelargonic acid aminotransferase and the dethiobiotin synthetase enzymes at 1 μg/mL.