Cat. No. 2918
Chemical Name: 4α,9-Epoxy-3β-veratroyloxy-5β-cevan-4β,
Biological ActivityVoltage-gated Na+ channel opener; increases intracellular Ca2+ with no effect on the Na+/Ca2+ exchanger. Steroid-derived alkaloid neurotoxin. Increases membrane Na+ permeability and depolarizes excitable tissues.
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References are publications that support the products' biological activity.
Fekete et al (2009) Mechanism of the persistant sodium current activator veratridine-evoked Ca2+ elevation: implication for epilepsy. J.Neurochem. 111 745. PMID: 19719824.
Maroto et al (1994) Effects of Ca2+ channel antagonists on chromaffin cell death and cytosolic Ca2+ oscillations induced by veratridine. Eur.J.Pharmacol. 270 331. PMID: 7805782.
McKinney et al (1986) Purification, solubility and pKa of veratridine. Anal.Biochem. 153 33. PMID: 3963380.
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Citations are publications that use Tocris products. Selected citations for Veratridine include:
Battefeld et al (2016) Myelinating satellite oligodendrocytes are integrated in a glial syncytium constraining neuronal high-frequency activity. Biol Psychiatry 7 11298. PMID: 27161034.
Malmersjö et al (2013) Neural progenitors organize in small-world networks to promote cell proliferation. Nat Commun 110 E1524. PMID: 23576737.
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