Cannabinoid Transporters

More Information »Cannabinoid transporters, often referred to as anandamide membrane transporters (AMTs), uptake endocannabinoids and limit their activity at CB1, CB2 and GPR55 receptors. They facilitate endocannabinoid breakdown by internalizing the molecule.

Cannabinoid Transporter Products

Inhibitors
Cat.No.
Product Name / Activity
3381 AM 1172
Anandamide uptake inhibitor; also FAAH inhibitor and CB receptor partial agonist
1116 AM 404
Anandamide transport inhibitor
1354 Arvanil
Potent CB1 and TRPV1 (VR1) agonist/anandamide transport inhibitor
1570 (-)-Cannabidiol
Natural cannabinoid; AMT inhibitor, GPR55 antagonist, weak CB1 antagonist, CB2 inverse agonist
1481 (-)-5'-DMH-CBD
Metabolically stable anandamide transport inhibitor
2452 LY 2183240
Novel, potent anandamide uptake inhibitor; inhibits FAAH
1446 O-2093
Inhibitor of anandamide uptake
1797 OMDM-2
Potent inhibitor of anandamide uptake
1966 UCM 707
Potent anandamide transport inhibitor
1392 VDM 11
Potent, selective anandamide transport inhibitor
1686 VDM 11 (in Tocrisolve™ 100)
Potent, selective anandamide transport inhibitor (in water-soluble emulsion)
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