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GPR84 antagonist 8

Catalog No. T11462   CAS 1445846-30-9

<a href="/target/GPR" style="display: inline; color: #c13a36">GPR</a>84 antagonist 8 is a selective <a href="/target/GPR" style="display: inline; color: #c13a36">GPR</a>84 antagonist.

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GPR84 antagonist 8, CAS 1445846-30-9
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Description GPR84 antagonist 8 is a selective GPR84 antagonist.
In vitro GPR84 antagonist 8 effectively inhibits the action of 6-OAU in decreasing cAMP production in GPR84-CHO cells. To test GPR84 antagonist 8's inhibition of the pro-inflammatory effects of GPR84 activation in macrophages, LPS pre-treated BMDMs are incubated with 10?μM GPR84 antagonist 8 for 30?min before adding 1?μM 6-OAU. Protein analysis by Western Blot shows that the GPR84 antagonist 8 partially blocks the phosphorylation of AKT and ERK induced by 6-OAU.GPR84 is a member of the metabolic G protein-coupled receptor family, and its expression has been described predominantly in immune cells.?To test the hypothesis that blocking the activation of GPR84 can be a potential anti-inflammatory strategy in different inflammatory diseases, GPR84 antagonist 8 is used.?The potency and specificity of GPR84 antagonist 8 is assessed tusing GPR84-CHO cells in the cAMP assay.
Molecular Weight 421.45
Formula C23H23N3O5
CAS No. 1445846-30-9


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References and Literature

1. Recio C, et al. Activation of the Immune-Metabolic Receptor GPR84 Enhances Inflammation and Phagocytosis in Macrophages. Front Immunol. 2018 Jun 20;9:1419.

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