CB2 Receptors

More Information »The CB2 receptor, also known as the peripheral cannabinoid receptor, is a member of the cannabinoid receptor group of G-protein-coupled receptors that also includes CB1 and GPR55. CB2 receptors are located primarily in immune cells both within and outside the CNS.

CB2 Receptor Products

Agonists
Cat.No.
Product Name / Activity
2663 CB 65
High affinity, selective CB2 agonist
2764 GP 1a
Highly selective CB2 agonist
2678 GP 2a
Selective CB2 agonist
2374 GW 405833
Selective, high affinity CB2 receptor partial agonist
3088 HU 308
Potent and selective CB2 agonist
1341 JWH 015
Selective CB2 agonist
1343 JWH 133
Potent, selective CB2 agonist
1783 JWH 133 (in Tocrisolve™ 100)
Potent, selective CB2 agonist (in water-soluble emulsion)
2434 L-759,656
Highly selective CB2 agonist
2433 L-759,633
High affinity, selective CB2 agonist
4205 MDA 19
CB2 agonist
3556 SER 601
Potent, selective CB2 agonist
Antagonists
Cat.No.
Product Name / Activity
1120 AM 630
CB2 selective antagonist/inverse agonist
4756 COR 170
Selective CB2 receptor inverse agonist
2479 JTE 907
Selective CB2 receptor antagonist/inverse agonist
5039 SR 144528
High affinity and selective CB2 inverse agonist
Other
Cat.No.
Product Name / Activity
1383 BML-190
Potent, selective CB2 ligand
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