M2 Receptors

More Information »M2 receptors are members of the G-protein-coupled receptor (GPCR) family which are found mostly bound to Gi proteins, generally leading to inhibitory effects. They are one of five muscarinic receptors that act to control the metabotropic functions of acetylcholine in the CNS.

M2 Receptor Products

Product Name / Activity
0383 Arecaidine propargyl ester tosylate
Muscarinic agonist
Product Name / Activity
1105 AF-DX 116
Selective M2 antagonist
1345 AF-DX 384
Potent M2/M4 antagonist
2292 AQ-RA 741
Selective, high affinity M2 antagonist
1425 (S)-(+)-Dimethindene maleate
M2-selective antagonist
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