SR 95531 hydrobromide

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SR 95531 hydrobromide | CAS No. 104104-50-9 | GABA-A Receptor Antagonists
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Description: Competitive and selective GABAA antagonist
Alternative Names: Gabazine

Chemical Name: 6-Imino-3-(4-methoxyphenyl)-1(6H)-pyridazinebutanoic acid hydrobromide

Purity: ≥98%

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Citations (171)
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Biological Activity

SR 95531 hydrobromide is a selective, competitive GABAA receptor antagonist and allosteric inhibitor (IC50 = 200 nM). SR 95531 displaces [3H]-GABA from rat brain membranes with a Ki of 150 nM. Unlike Bicuculline (Cat. No. 0130), SR 95531 selectively antagonizes GABA-induced Cl- currents with little action on Pentobarbitone-induced currents (Cat. No. 4579). SR 95531 can act as an agonist at high concentrations (>100 μM) and is a weak agonist at GABAA receptors with α1β2(Y157S)γ2L subunits. SR 95531 also acts as a competitive antagonist of recombinant glycine receptors and exhibits greater potency at glycine receptors containing β subunits.

Technical Data

Soluble to 25 mM in water and to 100 mM in DMSO
Store at RT

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Citations for SR 95531 hydrobromide

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