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Positive allosteric modulator at mGlu1 (EC50 values are 356 and 390 nM for rat and human receptors, respectively). Exhibits >25-fold selectivity for mGlu1 over mGlu4. Potentiates the decreased glutamate-induced calcium response in mGlu1 mutant cell models of schizophrenia.
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References are publications that support the biological activity of the product.
Cho et al (2014) Chemical modulation of mutant mGlu1 receptors derived from deleterious GRM1 mutations found in schizophrenics. ACS Chem.Biol. 9 2334 PMID: 25137254
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Citations are publications that use Tocris products. Selected citations for VU 0483605 include:
Hellyer et al (2018) "Selective" Class C G Protein-Coupled Receptor Modulators Are Neutral or Biased mGlu5 Allosteric Ligands. Mol.Pharmacol. 93 504 PMID: 29514854
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