Cat. No. 0952
Chemical Name: N-[4-[1-Hydroxy-2-[(1-methylethyl)a
Biological ActivityA relatively potent pure β adrenergic antagonist, unique in possessing additional class III antiarrhythmic activity. Also available as part of the Mixed Adrenergic Tocriset™.
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Certificate of Analysis / Product Datasheet / Safety Data Sheet
Fiset et al (1997) Block of Iks by the diuretic agent indapamide modulates cardiac electrophysiological effects of the class III antiarrhythmic drug dl-sotalol. J.Pharmacol.Exp.Ther. 283 148. PMID: 9336319.
Claudel and Touboul (1995) Sotalol: from 'just another beta blocker' to 'the prototype class III antidysrhythmic compound'. Pacing Clin.Electrophysiol. 18 451. PMID: 7770366.
Uloth et al (1966) Sulfonanilides. I. Monoalkyl- and arylsulfonamidophenethanolamines. J.Med.Chem. 9 88. PMID: 6006227.
Merck Index 12 8876.
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Citations are publications that use Tocris products. Selected citations for Sotalol hydrochloride include:
Kaya et al (2009) Coupling of β2-adrenoceptors to XLαs and Gαs: a new insight into ligand-induced G protein activation. J Neurosci 329 350. PMID: 19144685.
Woo et al (2007) Neuregulin-1 enhances depolarization-induced GABA release. Neuron 54 599. PMID: 17521572.
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