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Biological Activity for IPSU
OX2 receptor antagonist. Exhibits approximately six-fold selectivity for OX2 versus OX1 receptors. Decreases activity and increases sleep time in mice during the active phase, without affecting REM/NREM balance. Orally bioavailable. Brain penetrant.
Technical Data for IPSU
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References for IPSU
References are publications that support the biological activity of the product.
Hoyer et al (2013) Distinct effects of IPSU and suvorexant on mouse sleep architecture. Front.Neurosci. 7 230 PMID: 24376396
Betschart et al (2013) Identification of a novel series of orexin receptor antagonists with a distinct effect on sleep architecture for the treatment of insomnia. J.Med.Chem. 56 7590 PMID: 23964859
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