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Discontinued Product(R)-(+)-m-Nitrobiphenyline oxalate (Cat. No. 2948) has been withdrawn from sale for commercial reasons.
Biological Activity for (R)-(+)-m-Nitrobiphenyline oxalate
α2C-adrenoceptor agonist that potently inhibits cAMP accumulation in CHO cells (EC50 = 38 nM). Behaves as an antagonist at α2A and α2B adrenoceptors (pKb values are 7.11 and 6.07 respectively).
Technical Data for (R)-(+)-m-Nitrobiphenyline oxalate
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References for (R)-(+)-m-Nitrobiphenyline oxalate
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Crassous et al (2007) α2-adrenoreceptor profile modulation. 3. 1 -(+)-m-Nitrobiphenyline, a new efficient α2C-subtype selective agonist. J.Med.Chem. 50 3964 PMID: 17630725
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