CAS No. : 409345-29-5

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Cat. No. : HY-100407
M.Wt: 325.40
Formula: C20H23NO3
Purity: >98 %
Storage: at -20℃ 3 years
Solubility: 10 mM in DMSO
Introduction of 409345-29-5 :

JNJ16259685 is a selective antagonist of mGlu1 receptor, and inhibits the synaptic activation of mGlu1 in a concentration-dependent manner with IC50 of 19 nM. IC50 & Target: IC50: 19 nM (mGlu1) In Vitro: JNJ16259685 potently and completely inhibits the glutamate (30 μM)-induced increase in intracellular Ca2+?concentrations at the rat mGlu1a receptor with an IC50?value of 3.24±1.00 nM. IC50?values for CPCCOEt and BAY 36-7620 are 17.8±10.3 μM and 161±38 nM, respectively. The potency of JNJ16259685 in blocking glutamate (30 μM)-induced Ca2+ mobilization at the human mGlu1a receptor is 1.21±0.53 nM (IC50?n=3). JNJ16259685 inhibits the glutamate (3 μM)-induced rise in intracellular Ca2+?concentrations at the rat mGlu5a receptor with an IC50?value of 1.31±0.39 μM (n=4). JNJ16259685 blocks glutamate (3 μM)-induced Ca2+?mobilization at the human mGlu5 receptor with an IC50?of 28.3±11.7 μM (n=4). JNJ16259685 does not exhibit agonist activity at any of the group I mGlu receptors[3]. In Vivo: JNJ16259685 (0.125, 0.25, 0.5, 1, 2, 4 and 8?mg/kg, i.p) significantly reduces the time spent in digging behaviours (0.25-8 mg/kg), threat (all doses) and attack, in comparison with vehicle group[1]. JNJ16259685 (30 mg/kg) produces very minimal effects on locomotor activity. JNJ16259685 dramatically reduces rearing behavior, exploration of a novel environment and lever pressing for a food reward (rat: 0.3 mg/kg; mouse: 1 mg/kg). Subcutaneously administered JNJ16259685 (30 mg/kg) has no effect on reflexive startle responses to loud auditory stimuli or foot shock in mice[2]. JNJ16259685 exhibits high potencies in occupying central mGlu1 receptors in the rat cerebellum and thalamus (ED50=0.040 and 0.014 mg/kg, respectively)[3].

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