1. Search Result
Search Result
Results for "

Ionotropic glutamate receptors

" in MCE Product Catalog:
Targets Recommended:
Cat. No. Product Name Target Research Areas
  • HY-101311
    UPF-523

    AIDA

    mGluR Inflammation/Immunology
    UPF-523 (AIDA), a rigid (carboxyphenyl) glycine derivative, is a relatively potent and selective antagonist of group I metabotropic glutamate receptors (mGlu1a) with an IC50 of 214 μM. But UPF-523 has no effect on group II (mGlu2), group III (mGlu4) receptors or ionotropic glutamate receptors. UPF-523 has the potential for the research of the acute arthritis.
  • HY-103551A
    LY 541850

    mGluR Neurological Disease
    LY 541850 is claimed from human ionotropic and metabotropic glutamate (mGlu) receptors expressed in non-neuronal cells. LY541850 is a selective orthosteric mGlu2 agonist and mGlu3 antagonist with IC50 values of 0.161 μM and 0.038 μM, respectively.
  • HY-100547
    IEM-1754

    iGluR Neurological Disease
    IEM-1754, a dicationic adamantane derivative, is a potent blocker of open channels of native ionotropic glutamate receptors including quisqualate-sensitive receptors in insect muscles, NMDAR in cultured rat cortical neurons, and AMPAR in freshly isolated hippocampal cells. IEM-1754 shows anticonvulsant potency in vivo.
  • HY-103565
    AMN082

    mGluR Neurological Disease
    AMN082, a selective, orally active, and brain penetrant mGluR7 agonist, directly activates receptor signaling via an allosteric site in the transmembrane domain. AMN082 potently inhibits cAMP accumulation and stimulates GTPγS binding (EC50 values, 64-290 nM) at transfected mammalian cells expressing mGluR7. AMN082 shows selectivity over other mGluR subtypes and selected ionotropic glutamate receptors. Antidepressant effects.
  • HY-103565A
    AMN082 free base

    mGluR Neurological Disease
    AMN082 free base, a selective, orally active, and brain penetrant mGluR7 agonist, directly activates receptor signaling via an allosteric site in the transmembrane domain. AMN082 free base potently inhibits cAMP accumulation and stimulates GTPγS binding (EC50 values, 64-290 nM) at transfected mammalian cells expressing mGluR7. AMN082 free base shows selectivity over other mGluR subtypes and selected ionotropic glutamate receptors. Antidepressant effects.