Catalog Number: 3133
Chemical Name: 4-Methoxy-3-(2-phenylethoxy)-N,N-dipropylbenzeneethanamine hydrochloride
Biological Activity
Potent and selective σ1 receptor antagonist (Ki = 0.86 nM) that displays > 55-fold selectivity over σ2 receptors and > 6000-fold selectivity over D1, D2, 5-HT1A, 5-HT2 and PCP receptors. Exhibits reversible binding (Kd = 1.2 nM) and displays antipsychotic activity in vivo. Orally active.
Technical Data
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    Soluble to 25 mM in water and to 100 mM in DMSO
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    Store at -20°C
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Background References
  1. NE-100, a novel potent σ ligand, preferentially binds to σ1 binding sites in guinea pig brain.
    Chaki et al.
    Eur.J.Pharmacol., 1994;251:R1
  2. NE-100, a novel sigma receptor ligand: in vivo tests.
    Okuyama et al.
    Pharmacol.Letts., 1993;53:PL285

The citations listed below are publications that use Tocris products. Selected citations for NE 100 hydrochloride include:

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  1. The ON:OFF switch, σ1R-HINT1 protein, controls GPCR-NMDA receptor cross-regulation: implications in neurological disorders.
    Authors: Rodríguez-Muñoz Et al.
    Br J Pharmacol
  2. The effects of σ (σ1) receptor-selective ligands on muscarinic receptor antagonist-induced cognitive deficits in mice.
    Authors: Malik Et al.
    Int J Neuropsychopharmacol
  3. The calcium-sensitive σ-1 receptor prevents cannabinoids from provoking glutamate NMDA receptor hypofunction: implications in antinociception and psychotic diseases.
    Authors: Sánchez-Blázquez Et al.
    Eur J Immunol
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