Daptomycin

Product Name: Daptomycin
Synonyms: daptomycin;CUBICIN DAPTOMYCIN;Cidecin;Cubicin;Ly-146032;N-(N-Decanoyl-L-Trp-D-Asn-L-Asp-)cyclo[L-Thr*-Gly-L-Orn-L-Asp-D-Ala-L-Asp-Gly-D-Ser-[(3R)-3-methyl-L-Glu-]-3-(2-aminobenzoyl)-L-Ala-];N-[N-(1-Oxodecyl)-L-Trp-D-Asn-L-Asp-]-cyclo[L-Thr*-Gly-L-Orn-L-Asp-D-Ala-L-Asp-Gly-D-Ser-[(3R)-3-methyl-L-Glu-]-4-(2-aminophenyl)-4-oxo-L-Abu-];N-[N-Decanoyl-L-Trp-D-Asn-L-Asp-]-cyclo[Thr*-Gly-L-Orn-L-Asp-D-Ala-L-Asp-Gly-D-Ser-[(3R)-3-methyl-L-Glu-]-3-(2-aminobenzoyl)-L-Ala-]
CAS: 103060-53-3
MF: C72H101N17O26
MW: 1620.68
Product Categories: Antibacterial;Intermediates & Fine Chemicals;Pharmaceuticals;Chiral Reagents;Heterocycles;API;VIREAD;Inhibitors
mp  202-204?C
storage temp.  Store at -20°C
Chemical Properties Off-White to Light Yellow Solid
Usage antiviral, RT inhibitor
Usage Daptomycin is a member of the A 21978 complex of high molecular weight cyclic lipopeptides with potent antibiotic activity, notably against MRSA, VISA and VRSA bacterial strains. Originally isolated from Streptomyces roseosprous by Eli Lily in the 1980s, daptomycin was selected and developed by Cubist Pharmaceticals for human use. Daptomycin exhibits Ca-dependent depolarisation of the bacterial membrane resulting in loss of membrane potential leading to inhibition of DNA, RNA and protein synthesis which results in cell death.
Usage immunosuppressant
Usage Daptomycin is a member of the A 21978 complex of high molecular weight cyclic lipopeptides with potent antibiotic activity, notably against MRSA, VISA and VRSA bacterial strains. Originally isolated from Streptomyces roseosprous by Eli Lily in the 1980s, daptomycin was selected and developed by Cubist Pharmaceuticals for human use. Daptomycin exhibits Ca-dependent depolarisation of the bacterial membrane resulting in loss of membrane potential leading to inhibition of DNA, RNA and protein synthesis which results in cell death.
Usage Cyclic lipopeptide antibiotic derived from a fermentation product of Streptomyces roseosporus; disrupts plasma membrane function in gram-positive bacteria. Antibacterial.Product Name: Daptomycin
Synonyms: daptomycin;CUBICIN DAPTOMYCIN;Cidecin;Cubicin;Ly-146032;N-(N-Decanoyl-L-Trp-D-Asn-L-Asp-)cyclo[L-Thr*-Gly-L-Orn-L-Asp-D-Ala-L-Asp-Gly-D-Ser-[(3R)-3-methyl-L-Glu-]-3-(2-aminobenzoyl)-L-Ala-];N-[N-(1-Oxodecyl)-L-Trp-D-Asn-L-Asp-]-cyclo[L-Thr*-Gly-L-Orn-L-Asp-D-Ala-L-Asp-Gly-D-Ser-[(3R)-3-methyl-L-Glu-]-4-(2-aminophenyl)-4-oxo-L-Abu-];N-[N-Decanoyl-L-Trp-D-Asn-L-Asp-]-cyclo[Thr*-Gly-L-Orn-L-Asp-D-Ala-L-Asp-Gly-D-Ser-[(3R)-3-methyl-L-Glu-]-3-(2-aminobenzoyl)-L-Ala-]
CAS: 103060-53-3
MF: C72H101N17O26
MW: 1620.68
Product Categories: Antibacterial;Intermediates & Fine Chemicals;Pharmaceuticals;Chiral Reagents;Heterocycles;API;VIREAD;Inhibitors
mp  202-204?C
storage temp.  Store at -20°C
Chemical Properties Off-White to Light Yellow Solid
Usage antiviral, RT inhibitor
Usage Daptomycin is a member of the A 21978 complex of high molecular weight cyclic lipopeptides with potent antibiotic activity, notably against MRSA, VISA and VRSA bacterial strains. Originally isolated from Streptomyces roseosprous by Eli Lily in the 1980s, daptomycin was selected and developed by Cubist Pharmaceticals for human use. Daptomycin exhibits Ca-dependent depolarisation of the bacterial membrane resulting in loss of membrane potential leading to inhibition of DNA, RNA and protein synthesis which results in cell death.
Usage immunosuppressant
Usage Daptomycin is a member of the A 21978 complex of high molecular weight cyclic lipopeptides with potent antibiotic activity, notably against MRSA, VISA and VRSA bacterial strains. Originally isolated from Streptomyces roseosprous by Eli Lily in the 1980s, daptomycin was selected and developed by Cubist Pharmaceuticals for human use. Daptomycin exhibits Ca-dependent depolarisation of the bacterial membrane resulting in loss of membrane potential leading to inhibition of DNA, RNA and protein synthesis which results in cell death.
Usage Cyclic lipopeptide antibiotic derived from a fermentation product of Streptomyces roseosporus; disrupts plasma membrane function in gram-positive bacteria. Antibacterial.