(S)-4-Methylhomoibotenic acid

Discontinued Product

(S)-4-Methylhomoibotenic acid (Cat. No. 0318) has been withdrawn from sale for commercial reasons.
Description: Positional isomer of (S)-AMPA
Chemical Name: (S)-a-Amino-3-hydroxy-4-methyl-5-isoxazolepropionic acid
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Biological Activity for (S)-4-Methylhomoibotenic acid

Isomer of (S)-AMPA. Produces similar but lesser effect.

Technical Data for (S)-4-Methylhomoibotenic acid

M. Wt 186.17
Storage Store at RT
CAS Number 77006-29-2

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References for (S)-4-Methylhomoibotenic acid

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Brauner- Osborne et al (1998) Molecular pharmacology of homologues of ibotenic acid at cloned metabotropic glutamic acid receptors. Eur.J.Pharmacol. 350 311 PMID: 9696422

Christensen et al (1992) Excitatory amino acid receptor ligands. Synthesis and biological activity of 3-isoxazolol amino acids structurally related to homoibotenic acids. J.Med.Chem. 35 3512 PMID: 1383544

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