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YM 202074 sesquifumarate
Discontinued ProductYM 202074 sesquifumarate (Cat. No. 3413) has been withdrawn from sale for commercial reasons.
Biological Activity for YM 202074 sesquifumarate
YM 202074 sesquifumarate is a high affinity, selective metabotropic glutamate receptor type 1 (mGlu1) antagonist. Binds an allosteric site of the rat mGlu1 receptor with a Ki of 4.8 nM. Inhibits mGlu1-mediated inositol phosphates production (IC50 = 8.6 nM in rat cerebellar granule cells). Neuroprotective in vivo.
Technical Data for YM 202074 sesquifumarate
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References for YM 202074 sesquifumarate
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Kohara et al (2008) Neuroprotective effects of the selective type 1 metabotropic glutamate receptor antagonist YM-202074 in rat stroke models. Brain Res. 1191 168 PMID: 18164695
Ferraguti et al (2008) Metabotropic glutamate 1 receptor: current concepts and perspectives. Pharmacol.Rev. 60 536 PMID: 19112153
Yanamoto et al (2010) Radiosynthesis and evaluation of [11C]YM-202074 as a PET ligand for imaging the metabotropic glutamate receptor type 1. Nucl.Med.Biol. 37 615 PMID: 20610166
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