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Potent, selective and competitive non-peptide NK3 receptor antagonist (Ki = 13 nM at hNK3). Displays 90-fold and 7000-fold selectivity over hNK2 and hNK1 receptors respectively. Active in vivo, inhibiting agonist-induced pupillary constriction.
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|Storage||Store at RT|
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|Solubility||Soluble to 100 mM in DMSO and to 5 mM in ethanol|
References are publications that support the biological activity of the product.
Giardina et al (1997) Discovery of a novel class of selective non-peptide antagonists for the human neurokinin-3 receptor. 1. Identification of the 4-quinolinecarboxamide framework. J.Med.Chem. 40 1794 PMID: 9191956
Medhurst et al (1997) In vitro and in vivo characterization of NK3 receptors in the rabbit eye by use of selective non-peptide NK3 receptor antagonists. Br.J.Pharmacol. 122 469 PMID: 9351503
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4 Citations for SB 218795
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Wang et al (2014) Innervation of enteric mast cells by primary spinal afferents in guinea pig and human small intestine. Am J Physiol Gastrointest Liver Physiol 307 G719 PMID: 25147231
Liñán-Rico et al (2015) Neuropharmacology of purinergic receptors in human submucous plexus: Involvement of P2X?, P2X?, P2X? channels, P2Y and A? metabotropic receptors in neurotransmission. Neuropharmacology 95 83 PMID: 25724083
Valero et al (2011) Contractile effect of tachykinins on rabbit small intestine. Acta Pharmacol Sin 32 487 PMID: 21441943
Cunin et al (2011) The tachykinins substance P and hemokinin-1 favor the generation of human memory Th17 cells by inducing IL-1β, IL-23, and TNF-like 1A expression by monocytes. J Immunol 186 4175 PMID: 21368235
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