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Peptide neurotoxin; selectively and reversibly blocks N-type calcium channels (IC50 = 0.15 nM). Reduces (RS)-3,5-DHPG (Cat. No. 0342)-induced long term depression in vivo.
(Modifications: X = Hyp, Disulfide bridge between 1 - 16, 8 - 19, 15 - 26, Tyr-27 = C-terminal amide)
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|Solubility||Soluble to 1 mg/ml in water|
References are publications that support the biological activity of the product.
Tsien et al (1988) Multiple types of neuronal calcium channels and their selective modulation. TiNS 11 431 PMID: 2469160
Wright and Angu (1997) Prolonged cardiovascular effects of the N-type Ca2+ channel antagonist ω-conotoxin GVIA in conscious rabbits. J.Cardiovasc.Pharmacol. 30 392 PMID: 9300325
Connelly et al (2011) Distinct mechanisms contribute to agonist and synaptically induced metabotropic glutamate receptor long-term depression. Eur.J.Pharmacol. 667 160 PMID: 21575629
Sato et al (1993) Role of basic residues for the binding of omega-conotoxin GVIA to N-type calcium channels. Biochem.Biophys.Res.Comm. 194 1292 PMID: 8394704
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15 Citations for ω-Conotoxin GVIA
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Chang (2010) Dynamic modulation of phasic and asynchronous glutamate release in hippocampal synapses. J Neurophysiol 103 392 PMID: 19889850
Haeberle et al (2004) Molecular profiling reveals synaptic release machinery in Merkel cells. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 101 14503 PMID: 15448211
Bellono (2017) Molecular basis of ancestral vertebrate electroreception. Nature 543 391 PMID: 28264196
Izzo et al (2012) Inhibitory effect of cannabichromene, a major non-psychotropic cannabinoid extracted from Cannabis sativa, on inflammation-induced hypermotility in mice. Br J Pharmacol 166 1444 PMID: 22300105
Pan et al (2014) σ-1 receptor antagonism restores injury-induced decrease of voltage-gated Ca2+ current in sensory neurons. Addict Biol 350 290 PMID: 24891452
Mahler et al (2014) Modafinil attenuates reinstatement of cocaine seeking: role for cystine-glutamate exchange and metabotropic glutamate receptors. J Neurosci 19 49 PMID: 23017017
Szabó et al (2014) Presynaptic calcium channel inhibition underlies CB1 cannabinoid receptor-mediated suppression of GABA release. PLoS One 34 7958 PMID: 24899717
Chu et al (2009) Secr. as a neurohypophysial factor regulating body water homeostasis. PLoS One 106 15961 PMID: 19805236
Schuwald et al (2013) Lavender oil-potent anxiolytic properties via modulating voltage dependent calcium channels. J Neurosci 8 e59998 PMID: 23637742
Medrihan et al (2013) Synapsin II desynchronizes neurotransmitter release at inhibitory synapses by interacting with presynaptic calcium channels. Nature 4 1512 PMID: 23443540
Cassilly et al (2016) SB-224289 Antagonizes the Antifungal Mechanism of the Marine Depsipeptide Papuamide A. Front Cell Neurosci 11 e0154932 PMID: 27183222
Kim and Alger (2010) Reduction in endocannabinoid tone is a homeostatic mechanism for specific inhibitory synapses. Nat Neurosci 13 592 PMID: 20348918
Perissinotti et al (2015) Calcium current homeostasis and synaptic deficits in hippocampal neurons from Kelch-like 1 knockout mice. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 8 444 PMID: 25610372
Smith et al (2013) Comparative functional expression of nAChR subtypes in rodent DRG neurons. Front Cell Neurosci 7 225 PMID: 24348328
Grubb and Burrone (2010) Activity-dependent relocation of the axon initial segment fine-tunes neuronal excitability. J Pharmacol Exp Ther 465 1070 PMID: 20543823
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The following concentrations we were used:1 μM Bay K, 10 μM nifedipine, 10 μM nimodipine, 300 nM omega -agatoxin, 1 μM omega -conotoxin, 5 μM mibefradil, 1 μM tetrodotoxin, 1 μM charybdotoxin, 100 nM iberiotoxin, 10 μM NS11021.
Biologically active compounds that have been documented to interact with awide range of targets including SB-224289 (Cat. # 1221), MG-624 (Cat.# 1356), GVIA (Cat. No. 1085), DPAT hydrobromide (Cat. No. 1080) and valinomycin (VA; Cat. # 3373) were ordered from Tocris Bioscience
Experiment to test dependence of field EPSPs in neural tissue from N-type Ca2+ channels. 10 min incubation with 25 microM omega -Conotoxin GVIA decreased significantly fEPSP amplitude. Blue: control. Red: after incubation with omega -Conotoxin GVIA.
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