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Cat. No. Product Name Target Research Areas
  • HY-103341

    Cannabinoid Receptor Neurological Disease
    UCM707, a potent and selective inhibitor of endocannabinoid uptake, potentiates hypokinetic and antinociceptive effects of Anandamide.
  • HY-121517

    Others Neurological Disease
    URB754 is a potent inhibitor of the endocannabinoid-deactivating enzyme monoacylglycerol lipase (MGL) with an IC50 of 200 nM.
  • HY-133130

    MAGL Neurological Disease
    JNJ-42226314 is a competitive, highly selective and reversible non-covalent monoacylglycerol lipase (MAGL) inhibitor. JNJ-42226314 demonstrates dose-dependent enhancement of the major endocannabinoid 2-arachidonoylglycerol (2-AG) as well as efficacy in models of neuropathic and inflammatory pain.
  • HY-101388

    Others Neurological Disease
    AM404, an inhibitor of endocannabinoid reuptake, blocks anandamide transport with IC50 values in the low micromolar range. AM404 is able to relax rat isolated hepatic arteries contracted with Phenylephrine, with a pEC50 value of 7.4 (corresponding to an EC50 of 0.04 µM). Neuroprotective Effect.
  • HY-132310

    MAGL Neurological Disease
    MAGL-IN-4 is an orally active, selective and reversible monoacylglycerol lipase (MAGL) inhibitor with an IC50 of 6.2 nM. MAGL-IN-4 can penetrate the blood-brain barrier (BBB). MAGL-IN-4 enhances endocannabinoid signaling mostly by the increase in the level of 2-AG via selective MAGL inhibition in the brain.
  • HY-N0313

    Endogenous Metabolite MAGL Inflammation/Immunology
    Euphol is a tetracyclic triterpene alcohol isolated from the sap of Euphorbia tirucalli with anti-mutagenic, anti-inflammatory and immunomodulatory effects, orally active. Euphol inhibits the monoacylglycerol lipase (MGL) activity via a reversible mechanism (IC50=315 nM). MGL inhibition in the periphery modulates the endocannabinoid system to block the development of inflammatory pain.
  • HY-103332


    GlyT Endogenous Metabolite Inflammation/Immunology
    N-Arachidonylglycine (NA-Gly), a carboxylic analog of the endocannabinoid anandamide (AEA), is a GPR18 agonist (EC50 = 44.5 nM). Unlike AEA, N-Arachidonylglycine has no activity at either CB1 or CB2 receptors. N-Arachidonylglycine inhibits GLYT2 (IC50 = 5.1 μM). N-Arachidonylglycine also is an effective activator of endometrial cell migration.
  • HY-10865

    FAAH Autophagy Neurological Disease
    LY2183240 is a highly potent blocker of anandamide uptake (IC50= 270 pM; Ki=540 nM). LY2183240 is a potent, covalent inhibitor of the endocannabinoid-degrading enzyme fatty acid amide hydrolase (FAAH) with an IC50 of 12.4 nM. LY2183240 inactivates FAAH by carbamylation of the enzyme's serine nucleophile. LY2183240 also inhibits several other brain serine hydrolases with IC50s of 5.3, 0.09, 8.2 nM for MAG lipase, bh6 and KIAA1363, respectively .
  • HY-152148

    MAGL Neurological Disease
    JZP-MA-11 is a positron emission tomography (PET) ligand targeting the endocannabinoid α/β-hydrolase domain 6 (ABHD6) enzyme. JZP-MA-11 selectively inhibits ABHD6 with an IC50 value of 126 nM. JZP-MA-11 can cross the blood-brain barrier (BBB). [18F]JZP-MA-11 has the potential for preclinical evaluation targeting the brain ABHD6 in mice and nonhuman primate (NHP).
  • HY-W127407
    Glycerophospho-N-Arachidonoyl Ethanolamine

    Glycerophospho-N-Arachidonoyl Ethanolamine is a N-acylated ethanolamines (NAEs). Most NAEs are naturally occurring lipids with diverse biological activities. Different types of NAE can be derived from glycerophosphate-linked precursors through the activity of glycerophosphodiesterase 1 (GDE1). Glycerophosphate-N-Arachidonoyl Ethanolamine is the precursor of Anandamide (AEA), also known as Anandamide. AEA is an endocannabinoid neurotransmitter that binds to central cannabinoid (CB1) and peripheral cannabinoid (CB2) receptors. It inhibits the specific binding of [3H]-HU-243 to synaptosomal membranes with a Ki value of 52 nM compared to 46 nM for δ9-THC.