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Potent CCK1 agonist (IC50 = 3.7 nM) with 1200-fold selectivity over the CCK2 receptor. Suppresses food intake following central or peripheral administration.
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References are publications that support the biological activity of the product.
Asin et al (1992) A-71623, a selective CCK-A receptor agonist, suppresses food intake in the mouse, dog, and monkey. Pharmacol.Biochem.Behav. 42 699 PMID: 1513850
DeNinno et al (1990) Development of CCK-tetrapeptide analogues as potent and selective CCK-A receptor agonists. J.Med.Chem. 33 2951
Lin et al (1990) Characterization of two novel cholecystokinin tetrapeptide (30-33) analogues, A-71623 and A-70874, that exhibit high potency and selectivity for cholecystokinin-A receptors. Mol.Pharmacol. 39 346
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