ETA Receptors

More Information »The endothelinA receptor (ETA receptor) is a member of the endothelin receptor group of G-protein-coupled receptors that also includes ETB. They are located primarily in the vascular smooth muscle where they play a role in vasoconstriction and cell proliferation.

ETA Receptor Products

Antagonists
Cat.No.
Product Name / Activity
1441 BMS 182874 hydrochloride
Highly selective, orally active non-peptide ETA antagonist
1188 BQ-123
Selective ETA antagonist
2942 CI 1020
Highly selective, orally active ETA antagonist
1210 FR 139317
Highly potent, selective ETA antagonist
0731 Sulfisoxazole
Endothelin ETA antagonist
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