Urotensin-II Receptor

More Information »The urotensin-II (UT) receptor is a Gq/11-protein-coupled receptor that mediates complex hemodynamic effects and influences neuromuscular physiology. The UT receptor displays greatest expression levels in the peripheral vasculature, heart and kidney.

Urotensin-II Receptor Products

Product Name / Activity
2484 (±)-AC 7954 hydrochloride
Non-peptide UT receptor agonist
1642 Urotensin II (human)
Endogenous vasoactive agonist for the UT receptor
Product Name / Activity
1839 BIM 23127
UT receptor antagonist. Also NMB receptor antagonist
5110 GSK 1562590 hydrochloride
High affinity, selective urotensin II (UT) receptor antagonist
4670 SB 611812
Urotensin-II (UT) antagonist; attenuates cardiac dysfunction
3571 SB 657510
Selective urotensin-II (UT) receptor antagonist
4667 SB 706375
High affinity, non-peptide UT receptor antagonist
2529 UFP 803
Urotensin-II (UT) antagonist
5296 Urantide
Selective and competitive urotensin II receptor antagonist
3162 [Orn5]-URP
Urotensin-II (UT) receptor antagonist

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