GABAA Receptor Agonists

 
Cat.No.
Product Name / Activity
3618 Acamprosate calcium
GABA agonist and glutamatergic modulator
2991 DPNI-caged-GABA
Nitroindoline-caged GABA
0344 GABA
Endogenous agonist
0235 Isoguvacine hydrochloride
Selective GABAA agonist
3250 L-838,417
Subtype-selective GABAA partial agonist
4415 MK 0343
Subtype-selective GABAA receptor partial agonist
3817 MRK 016
α5-selective GABAA inverse agonist
0289 Muscimol
Potent GABAA agonist
4709 RuBi GABA trimethylphosphine
Caged GABA; inhibits neural activity
0181 TACA
GABAA agonist. Also GABA-T substrate and GABA uptake inhibitor
3941 TCS 1205
Subtype-selective GABAA receptor agonist
0807 THIP hydrochloride
GABAA agonist
4414 TP 003
Functionally selective GABAA receptor (α3 subtype) partial agonist
0180 ZAPA sulfate
Agonist at 'low affinity' GABAA receptor. More potent than GABA/muscimol

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