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BIX 325009 was a small molecule that was identified by the UNSC Office of Naval Intelligence to have biological activity specific to the central nervous system, and based on a global proteomic interactions profile, believed to have a weak interaction with protein kinase C and Cav1.2. It was created as one compound in a randomized non-targeted organic synthesis reaction in an effort to generate bioactive small molecules for large-scale compound screens.
Behind the Scenes
BIX 325009 was named after BIX 01294, a current-day small molecule shown to be a cell-permeable inhibitor of G9a histone methyltransferase shown to have applications in pluripotent reprogramming.