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M3 Receptors

More Information »M3 receptors are members of the G-protein-coupled receptor (GPCR) family which are found mostly bound to Gq proteins. They are one of five muscarinic receptors that act to control the metabotropic functions of acetylcholine (ACh) in the central nervous system (CNS).

M3 Receptor Products

Antagonists
Cat.No.
Product Name / Activity
0482 4-DAMP
Muscarinic M3 antagonist
2096 DAU 5884 hydrochloride
M3 receptor antagonist
2507 J 104129 fumarate
Potent, selective M3 antagonist
2579 Zamifenacin fumarate
Selective M3 antagonist
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