Discontinued ProductUnfortunately (2S,4S)-Methylglutamic acid (Cat. No. 0814) has been withdrawn from sale for commercial reasons.
Glutamate receptor agonist displaying some selectivity for kainate and mGlu receptors (mGlu1α and mGlu2).
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References are publications that support the products' biological activity.
Brauner-Osborne et al (1997) Molecular pharmacology of 4-substituted glutamic acid analogues at ionotropic and metabotropic excitatory amino acid receptors. Eur.J.Pharmacol. 335 R1-R3 PMID: 9369383
Jones et al (1997) Desensitization of kainate receptors by kainate, glutamate and diastereomers of 4-methylglutamate. Neuropharmacology 36 853 PMID: 9225313
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