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Discontinued ProductConantokin-R (Cat. No. 3125) has been withdrawn from sale for commercial reasons.
Potent, non-competitive NMDA receptor antagonist (IC50 = 93 nM) that has been suggested to have GluN2 (formally NR2) subunit selectivity. Inhibits inward currents evoked by NMDA in central nervous system neurons (IC50 = 350 nM) and exhibits broad anticonvulsant and antiparkinsonian activity in vivo at doses devoid of behavioral toxicity.
Please refer to IUPHAR Guide to Pharmacology for the most recent naming conventions.
Sold under license from University of Utah
(Modifications: X = Gla, Disulfide bridge between 21 - 25)
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References are publications that support the biological activity of the product.
Blandl et al (2000) Structure-function relationships of the NMDA-receptor antagonist peptide, conantokin-R. FEBS Lett. 470 139 PMID: 10734223
Klein et al (2001) The amino acid residue at sequence position 5 in the conantokin peptides partially governs subunit-selective antagonism of recombinant N-MthD.-aspartate receptors. J.Biol.Chem. 276 26860 PMID: 11335724
White et al (2000) In vitro and in vivo characterization of conantokin-R, a selective NMDA receptor antagonist isolated from the venom of the fish-hunting snail Conus radiatus. J.Pharmacol.Expr.Ther. 292 425
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