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Catalog No. T7699   CAS 942437-37-8
Synonyms: AZD-7325

AZD-7325 is a GABA-Aα2,3 -selective receptor modulator.

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AZD7325, CAS 942437-37-8
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Description AZD-7325 is a GABA-Aα2,3 -selective receptor modulator.
In vivo AZD7325 on synaptic responses was more prominent in mice on the 129S6/SvEvTac background strain that has been demonstrated to be seizure resistant in the model of Dravet syndrome (Scn1a+/?) and in which the α2 GABAA receptor subunits are higher relative to in the C57BL/6J strain.?Consistent with this, treatment of mice with AZD7325 is associated with a higher temperature threshold for hyperthermia-induced seizures in Scn1a+/? mice without apparent sedative effects.?Our results in a model system indicate that selective targeting α2 is a potential therapeutic option for Dravet syndrome[1].
Animal Research Animal Model:Male and female P18 - P20 F1.Scn1a+/- mice. Dosage:10, 17.8 or 31.6 mg/kg. Administration:Oral administration[1]
Synonyms AZD-7325
Molecular Weight 354.4
Formula C19H19FN4O2
CAS No. 942437-37-8


Powder: -20°C for 3 years | In solvent: -80°C for 2 years

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References and Literature

1. ProfileToshihiro Nomura, et al. Potentiating α2 subunit containing perisomatic GABAA receptors protects against seizures in a mouse model of Dravet Syndrome 2. Chen X, et al. The central nervous system effects of the partial GABA-Aα2,3 -selective receptor modulator AZD7325 in comparison with lorazepam in healthy males.Br J Clin Pharmacol. 2014 Dec;78(6):1298-314.

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