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Biological Activity for ACPA
Potent and selective CB1 agonist (Ki = 2.2 nM). Displays 325-fold selectivity over CB2 receptors. Active in vivo.
Water Soluble Emulsion also available.
Technical Data for ACPA
|Storage||Store at -20°C|
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Tocris products are intended for laboratory research use only, unless stated otherwise.
References for ACPA
References are publications that support the biological activity of the product.
Hillard et al (1999) Synthesis and characterization of potent and selective agonists of the neuronal cannabinoid receptor (CB1). J.Pharmacol.Exp.Ther. 289 1427 PMID: 10336536
Pertwee (1999) Pharmacology of cannabinoid receptor ligands. Curr.Med.Chem. 6 635 PMID: 10469884
Patel et al (2001) Cannabinoid CB1 receptor agonists produce cerebellar dysfunction in mice. 2001 Symposium on the Cannabinoids, International
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11 Citations for ACPA
Citations are publications that use Tocris products. Selected citations for ACPA include:
Niu et al (2012) Effects of gonadal hormones on the peripheral cannabinoid receptor 1 (CB1R) system under a myositis condition in rats. EXCLI J 153 2283 PMID: 22940464
Han (2017) Cannabinoid receptor 1 contributes to sprouted innervation in endometrial ectopic growth through mitogen-activated protein kinase activation. Brain Res 1663 132 PMID: 28322749
Sharifi (2017) The major neurotransmitter systems in the basolateral amygdala and the ventral tegmental areamediate morphine-induced memory consolidation impairment. Neuroscience 353 7 PMID: 28412500
Buznikov et al (2010) A putative 'pre-nervous' endocannabinoid system in early echinoderm development. Dev Neurosci 32 1 PMID: 19907129
Newman et al (2007) Endocannabinoids mediate muscarine-induced synaptic depression at the vertebrate neuromuscular junction. Eur J Neurosci 25 1619 PMID: 17408433
Moghaddam et al (2010) Evaluation of the role of striatal cannabinoid CB1 receptors on movement activity of parkinsonian rats induced by rese. Saudi Pharm J 18 207 PMID: 23960729
Huerta et al (2009) Effects of cannabinoids on caffeine contractures in slow and fast skeletal muscle fibers of the frog. J Membr Biol 229 91 PMID: 19506935
Kangarlu-Haghighi et al (2015) The effect of BLA GABA(A) receptors in anxiolytic-like effect and aversive memory deficit induced by ACPA. Br J Pharmacol 14 613 PMID: 26648818
Akerman et al (2013) Endocannabinoids in the brainstem modulate dural trigeminovascular nociceptive traffic via CB1 and "triptan" receptors: implications in migraine. J Neurosci 33 14869 PMID: 24027286
Morgan et al (2008) Modulation of network oscillatory activity and GABAergic synaptic transmission by CB1 cannabinoid receptors in the rat medial entorhinal cortex. Neural Plast 2008 808564 PMID: 19079598
Srisai et al (2017) MRAP2 regulates ghrelin receptor signaling and hunger sensing. Nat Commun 8 713 PMID: 28959025
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