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Discontinued ProductDPNI-caged-GABA (Cat. No. 2991) has been withdrawn from sale for commercial reasons.
Nitroindoline-caged GABA (Cat.No. 0344) with similar photochemical properties to MNI-glutamate (Cat. No. 1490); for example, the same quantum yield (0.085). Highly water soluble; exhibits fast photorelease that is efficient at near-UV and 405 nm wavelengths.
Sold under licence from the Medical Research Council.
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References are publications that support the biological activity of the product.
Wieboldt et al (1994) Synthesis and photochemistry of photolabile derivatives of gamma-aminobutyric acid for chemical kinetic investigations of the gamma-aminobutyric acid receptor in the millisecond time region. Biochemistry 33 1526 PMID: 8312272
Trigo et al (2009) Laser photolysis of DPNI-GABA, a tool for investigating the properties and distribution of GABA receptors and for silencing neurons in situ. J.Neurosci.Meths. 181 159 PMID: 19422852
Trigo (2010) Presynaptic miniature GABAergic currents in developing interneurons. Neuron 66 235 PMID: 20435000
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Nunez-Parra et al (2013) Disruption of centrifugal inhibition to olfactory bulb granule cells impairs olfactory discrimination. PLoS One 110 14777 PMID: 23959889
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GABA Receptors Scientific Review
Written by Ian Martin, Norman Bowery and Susan Dunn, this review provides a history of the GABA receptor, as well as discussing the structure and function of the various subtypes and the clinical potential of receptor modulators; compounds available from Tocris are listed.
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