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gastroparesis

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5

Inhibitors & Agonists

2

Peptides

Cat. No. Product Name Target Research Areas
  • HY-144401
    DS-3801b

    Motilin Receptor Metabolic Disease
    DS-3801b is a potent and non-macrolide agonist of GPR38. DS-3801b is expected to be novel gastrointestinal prokinetic agents for the research of functional gastrointestinal disorders such as gastroparesis and chronic constipation.
  • HY-19884
    Relamorelin

    RM-131; BIM-28131

    GHSR Metabolic Disease
    Relamorelin (RM-131), a pentapeptide ghrelin analog, is a selective ghrelin/growth hormone secretagogue receptor (GHSR) agonist with a Ki of 0.42 nM for GHS-1a receptor. Relamorelin is centrally penetrant. Relamorelin increases growth hormone levels and accelerates gastric emptying. Relamorelin has the potential for cachexia, gastroparesis, and gastric/intestinal dysmobility disorders research.
  • HY-19884A
    Relamorelin acetate

    RM-131 acetate; BIM-28131 acetate

    GHSR Metabolic Disease
    Relamorelin (RM-131) acetate, a pentapeptide ghrelin analog, is a selective ghrelin/growth hormone secretagogue receptor (GHSR) agonist with a Ki of 0.42 nM for GHS-1a receptor. Relamorelin acetate is centrally penetrant. Relamorelin acetate increases growth hormone levels and accelerates gastric emptying. Relamorelin acetate has the potential for cachexia, gastroparesis, and gastric/intestinal dysmobility disorders research.
  • HY-19884B
    Relamorelin TFA

    RM-131 TFA; BIM-28131 TFA

    GHSR Metabolic Disease
    Relamorelin (RM-131) TFA, a pentapeptide ghrelin analog, is a selective ghrelin/growth hormone secretagogue receptor (GHSR) agonist with a Ki of 0.42 nM for GHS-1a receptor. Relamorelin TFA is centrally penetrant. Relamorelin TFA increases growth hormone levels and accelerates gastric emptying. Relamorelin TFA has the potential for cachexia, gastroparesis, and gastric/intestinal dysmobility disorders research.
  • HY-109162
    Trazpiroben

    TAK-906

    Dopamine Receptor Neurological Disease
    Trazpiroben (TAK-906) is a dopamine D2/D3 receptor antagonist used for chronic research of moderate-to-severe gastroparesis.