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BMY 45778 is a non-prostanoid prostacyclin mimetic that acts as a partial agonist at IP1 prostacyclin receptors. Potently inhibits platelet aggregation in vitro (IC50 = 27-35 nM).
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Meanwell et al (1993) Nonprostanoid prostacyclin mimetics. 5. Structure-activity relationships associated with [3-[4-(4,5-diphenyl-2-oxazolyl)-5-oxazolyl]phenoxy]acetic acid. 36 3884 PMID: 7504734
Rudd et al (2000) Non-prostanoid prostacyclin mimetics as neuronal stimulants in the rat: comparison of vagus nerve and NANC innervation of the colon. Br.J.Pharmacol. 129 782 PMID: 10683203
Seiler et al (1997) [3-[4-(4,5-Diphenyl-2-oxazolyl)-5-oxazolyl]phenoxy]acetic acid (BMY 45778) is a potent non-prostanoid prostacyclin partial agonist: effects on platelet aggregation, adenylyl cyclase, cAMP levels, protein kinase, and ilo. binding. Prostaglandins 53 21 PMID: 9068064
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