DL-TBOA

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Catalog Number:1223
Chemical Name:DL-threo-β-Benzyloxyaspartic acid
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Citations (41)
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Biological Activity
A competitive, non-transportable blocker of excitatory amino acid transporters (IC50 values are 70, 6, and 6 μM for EAAT1, EAAT2 and EAAT3 respectively). Also inhibits EAAT4 and EAAT5 (Ki values are 4.4 and 3.2 μM respectively). Displays high selectivity for EAATs over ionotropic and metabotropic glutamate receptors. Also available as part of the Excitatory Amino Acid Transporter Inhibitor Tocriset™.
Technical Data
  • M.Wt:
    239.23
  • Formula:
    C11H13NO5
  • Solubility:
    Soluble to 100 mM in DMSO and to 5 mM in water with gentle warming
  • Purity:
    >98
  • Storage:
    Desiccate at -20°C
  • CAS No:
    205309-81-5
The technical data provided above is for guidance only. For batch specific data refer to the Certificate of Analysis. All Tocris products are intended for laboratory research use only.
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Sold for research purposes under license from Suntory Ltd.
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  1. Colocalization of neurotransmitter transporters on the plasma membrane of the same nerve terminal may reflect cotransmission.
    Authors: Romei Et al.
    Brain Research Bulletin  2016;127:100
  2. Functional changes in glutamate transporters and astrocyte biophysical properties in a rodent model of focal cortical dysplasia.
    Authors: Campbell Et al.
    BMC Cancer  2015;8:425
  3. Repeated cycles of chronic intermittent ethanol exposure increases basal glutamate in the nucleus accumbens of mice without affecting glutamate transport.
    Authors: Griffin Et al.
    Front Pharmacol  2015;6:27
  4. Burst predicting neurons survive an in vitro glutamate injury model of cerebral ischemia.
    Authors: Kuebler Et al.
    J Neurosci  2015;5:17718
  5. Neuron-glia signaling in developing retina mediated by neurotransmitter spillover.
    Authors: Rosa Et al.
    J Neurosci  2015;4
  6. PAR1-activated astrocytes in the nucleus of the solitary tract stimulate adjacent neurons via NMDA receptors.
    Authors: Vance Et al.
    J Neurosci  2015;35:776
  7. Conditional deletion of the glutamate transporter GLT-1 reveals that astrocytic GLT-1 protects against fatal epilepsy while neuronal GLT-1 contributes significantly to glutamate uptake into synaptosomes.
    Authors: Petr Et al.
    Sci Rep  2015;35:5187
  8. Defective Age-Dependent Metaplasticity in a Mouse Model of Alzheimer's Disease.
    Authors: Megill Et al.
    Nat Protoc  2015;35:11346
  9. Palmitoylethanolamide inhibits glutamate release in rat cerebrocortical nerve terminals.
    Authors: Lin Et al.
    Elife  2015;16:5555
  10. The glutamate transport inhibitor DL-Threo-β-Benzyloxyaspartic acid (DL-TBOA) differentially affects SN38- and oxaliplatin-induced death of drug-resistant colorectal cancer cells.
    Authors: Pedraz-Cuesta Et al.
    J Neurosci  2015;15:411
  11. Acidosis-Induced Dysfunction of Cortical GABAergic Neurons through Astrocyte-Related Excitotoxicity.
    Authors: Huang Et al.
    Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci  2015;10:e0140324
  12. Pharmacological Investigation of Fluoro-Gold Entry into Spinal Neurons.
    Authors: Falgairolle and O'Donovan
    J Neurosci  2015;10:e0131430
  13. Sustained Na+/H+ exchanger activation promotes gliotransmitter release from reactive hippocampal astrocytes following oxygen-glucose deprivation.
    Authors: Cengiz Et al.
    PLoS One  2014;9:e84294
  14. Laser-scanning astrocyte mapping reveals increased glutamate-responsive domain size and disrupted maturation of glutamate uptake following neonatal cortical freeze-lesion.
    Authors: Armbruster Et al.
    Front Cell Neurosci  2014;8:277
  15. Cerebellar modules operate at different frequencies.
    Authors: Zhou Et al.
    Elife  2014;3:e02536
  16. δ-Opioid receptors up-regulate excitatory amino acid transporters in mouse astrocytes.
    Authors: Liang Et al.
    Vision Res  2014;171:5417
  17. Possible roles of glutamate transporter EAAT5 in mouse cone depolarizing bipolar cell light responses.
    Authors: Tse Et al.
    Vision Res  2014;103:63
  18. Pharmacological inhibitions of glutamate transporters EAAT1 and EAAT2 compromise glutamate transport in photoreceptor to ON-bipolar cell synapses.
    Authors: Tse Et al.
    J Neurophysiol  2014;103:49
  19. Presynaptic Localization and Possible Function of Calcium-Activated Chloride Channel Anoctamin 1 in the Mammalian Retina.
    Authors: Jeon Et al.
    PLoS One  2013;8:e67989
  20. Adenosine triphosphate released from HIV-infected macrophages regulates glutamatergic tone and dendritic spine density on neurons.
    Authors: Tovar-y-Romo Et al.
    J Neuroimmune Pharmacol  2013;8:998
  21. Fabrication and application of flexible, multimodal light-emitting devices for wireless optogenetics.
    Authors: McCall Et al.
    Sci Signal  2013;8:2413
  22. Conformational ensemble of the sodium-coupled aspartate transporter.
    Authors: Georgieva Et al.
    Nat Struct Mol Biol  2013;20:215
  23. Synaptic and extrasynaptic plasticity in glutamatergic circuits involving dentate granule cells following chronic N-methyl-D-aspartate receptor inhibition.
    Authors: He Et al.
    Int J Mol Sci  2013;109:1535
  24. Astrocytes modulate neural network activity by Ca2+-dependent uptake of extracellular K+.
    Authors: Wang Et al.
    PLoS One  2012;5:ra26
  25. The mode of retinal presynaptic inhibition switches with light intensity.
    Authors: Ichinose and Lukasiewicz
    J Neurosci  2012;32:4360
  26. Parasynaptic NMDA receptor signaling couples neuronal glutamate transporter function to AMPA receptor synaptic distribution and stability.
    Authors: Jarzylo and Man
    J Neurosci  2012;32:2552
  27. Water and urea permeation pathways of the human excitatory amino acid transporter EAAT1.
    Authors: Vandenberg Et al.
    Biochem J  2011;439:333
  28. Morphine potentiates neurodegenerative effects of HIV-1 Tat through actions at μ-opioid receptor-expressing glia.
    Authors: Zou Et al.
    Brain  2011;134:3616
  29. Young age and low temperature, but not female gender delay ATP loss and glutamate release, and protect Purkinje cells during simulated ischemia in cerebellar slices.
    Authors: Mohr Et al.
    Neuropharmacology  2010;58:392
  30. Excitability and synaptic communication within the oligodendrocyte lineage.
    Authors: Biase Et al.
    Front Cell Neurosci  2010;30:3600
  31. Distinct retinal deficits in a zebrafish pyruvate dehydrogenase-deficient mutant.
    Authors: Maurer Et al.
    J Neurosci  2010;30:11962
  32. Inhibition of glutamate transporters couples to Kv4.2 dephosphorylation through activation of extrasynaptic NMDA receptors.
    Authors: Mulholland and Chandler
    PLoS One  2010;165:130
  33. Retrograde intraflagellar transport by cytoplasmic dynein-2 is required for outer segment extension in vertebrate photoreceptors but not arrestin translocation.
    Authors: Krock Et al.
    Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci  2009;50:5463
  34. Electrophysiology and pharmacology of striatal neuronal dysfunction induced by mitochondrial complex I inhibition.
    Authors: Costa Et al.
    J Neurosci  2008;28:8040
  35. White matter vulnerability to ischemic injury increases with age because of enhanced excitotoxicity.
    Authors: Baltan Et al.
    Br J Pharmacol  2008;28:1479
  36. Stimulated efflux of amino acids and glutathione from cultured hippocampal slices by omission of extracellular calcium: likely involvement of connexin hemichannels.
    Authors: Stridh Et al.
    J Biol Chem  2008;283:10347
  37. Neuronal viability is controlled by a functional relation between synaptic and extrasynaptic NMDA receptors.
    Authors: Léveillé Et al.
    FASEB J  2008;22:4258
  38. Somatodendritic release of glutamate regulates synaptic inhibition in cerebellar Purkinje cells via autocrine mGluR1 activation.
    Authors: Duguid Et al.
    J Neurosci  2007;27:12464
  39. Effects of ethanol on photoreceptors and visual function in developing zebrafish.
    Authors: Matsui Et al.
    J Neurosci  2006;47:4589
  40. Two coincidence detectors for spike timing-dependent plasticity in somatosensory cortex.
    Authors: Bender Et al.
    J Neurosci  2006;26:4166
  41. Behavioral stress enhances hippocampal CA1 long-term depression through the blockade of the glutamate uptake.
    Authors: Yang Et al.
    Neuroscience  2005;25:4288
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