Cat. No. 1767
Chemical Name: (2Z)-3-(4-Bromophenyl)-N,N-dimethyl
Biological Activity5-HT re-uptake inhibitor; selective over noradrenalin and dopamine uptake (IC50 values are 0.33, 8.2 and 12 μM respectively). Modulates nociception and induces hyperglycemia in vivo, and is an orally active antidepressant.
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Sugimoto et al (1999) Involvement of serotonin in zimelidine-induced hyperglycemia in mice. Biol.Pharm.Bull. 22 1240. PMID: 10598036.
Fasmer et al (1987) Changes in nociception after acute and chronic administration of zimelidine: different effects in the formalin test and substance P behavioural assay. Neuropharmacology 26 309. PMID: 2438584.
Ogren et al (1981) The pharmacology of zimelidine: a 5-HT selective reuptake inhibitor. Acta Psychiatr.Scand.Suppl. 290 127. PMID: 6452789.
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Kim et al (2009) A novel flow cytometric high throughput assay for a systematic study on molecular mechanisms underlying T cell receptor-mediated integrin activation. PLoS One 4 e6044. PMID: 19557182.
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