PA1-16947 was used in western blotting to determine if methylhonokiol analogs inhibit the expression of inflammatory genes in macrophages and adipocytes. Kim S, Ka SO, Lee Y et al. (2015) The new 4-O-methylhonokiol analog GS12021 inhibits inflammation and macrophage chemotaxis: role of AMP-activated protein kinase a activation. PLoS One 10(2): e0117120.
MA5-16308 was used in western blotting to study the differential effects of a high-fat diet and caloric restriction on murine hypothalamic CNTF signaling. Severi I, Perugini J, Mondini E et al. (2013) Opposite effects of a high-fat diet and calorie restriction on ciliary neurotrophic factor signaling in the mouse hypothalamus. Front Neurosci 7: 263.
PA1-16947 was used in western blotting to study the mechanisms underlying the inhibitory effects of butein on adipocyte inflammation and macrophage chemotaxis. Wang Z, Lee Y, Eun JS, Bae EJ (2014) Inhibition of adipocyte inflammation and macrophage chemotaxis by butein. Eur J Pharmacol 738: 40–48.
PA1-41331 was used in western blotting to determine if Reg3a improves islet engraftment. Ding Y, Xu Y, Shuai X et al. (2014) Reg3a overexpression protects pancreatic beta-cells from cytokine-induced damage and improves islet transplant outcome. Mol Med 20: 548–558.
MA5-16308 was used in western blotting to study the mechanism by which PTPN14 modulates YAP activity and the significance for oncogenesis. Michaloglou C, Lehmann W, Martin T et al. (2013) The tyrosine phosphatase PTPN14 is a negative regulator of YAP activity. PLoS One 8(4): e61916.