mGlu receptor antagonist, slightly more selective for group II vs group III mGlu receptors. On primary afferent terminals in neonatal rat spinal cord, shows 3-fold greater selectivity for the (1S,3S)-ACPD-sensitive presynaptic receptor over the L-AP4-sensitive mGlu receptor (apparent KD values are 73 μM and 221 μM respectively). Has no activity on postsynaptic mGlu receptors or ionotropic glutamate receptors on neonatal rat motoneurones.
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