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TargetNeuronal acetylcholine receptor
LigandBDBM50256181
Substrate/Competitorn/a
Meas. Tech.ChEMBL_518972
Ki 2700±n/a nM
Citation Pallavicini MBolchi CBinda MCilia AClementi FFerrara RFumagalli LGotti CMoretti MPedretti AVistoli GValoti E 5-(2-Pyrrolidinyl)oxazolidinones and 2-(2-pyrrolidinyl)benzodioxanes: synthesis of all the stereoisomers and alpha4beta2 nicotinic affinity. Bioorg Med Chem Lett 19:854-9 (2009) [PubMed]  Article
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Neuronal acetylcholine receptor
Name:Neuronal acetylcholine receptor
Synonyms:CHRNA4 | Cholinergic, Nicotinic Alpha4Beta2 | Cholinergic, Nicotinic Alpha4Beta4 | Neuronal acetylcholine receptor (alpha4beta2 nAChR) | Neuronal acetylcholine receptor protein alpha-4 subunit | Neuronal acetylcholine receptor subunit alpha 4 beta 2 | Neuronal acetylcholine receptor subunit alpha-4
Type:Enzyme
Mol. Mass.:70196.44
Organism:Rattus norvegicus (Rat)
Description:P09483
Residue:630
Sequence:
MANSGTGAPPPLLLLPLLLLLGTGLLPASSHIETRAHAEERLLKRLFSGYNKWSRPVANI
SDVVLVRFGLSIAQLIDVDEKNQMMTTNVWVKQEWHDYKLRWDPGDYENVTSIRIPSELI
WRPDIVLYNNADGDFAVTHLTKAHLFYDGRVQWTPPAIYKSSCSIDVTFFPFDQQNCTMK
FGSWTYDKAKIDLVSMHSRVDQLDFWESGEWVIVDAVGTYNTRKYECCAEIYPDITYAFI
IRRLPLFYTINLIIPCLLISCLTVLVFYLPSECGEKVTLCISVLLSLTVFLLLITEIIPS
PTSLVIPLIGEYLLFTMIFVTLSIVITVFVLNVHHRSPRTHTMPAWVRRVFLDIVPRLLF
MKRPSVVKDNCRRLIESMHKMANAPRFWPEPVGEPGILSDICNQGLSPAPTFCNPTDTAV
ETQPTCRSPPLEVPDLKTSEVEKASPCPSPGSCPPPKSSSGAPMLIKARSLSVQHVPSSQ
EAAEDGIRCRSRSIQYCVSQDGAASLADSKPTSSPTSLKARPSQLPVSDQASPCKCTCKE
PSPVSPVTVLKAGGTKAPPQHLPLSPALTRAVEGVQYIADHLKAEDTDFSVKEDWKYVAM
VIDRIFLWMFIIVCLLGTVGLFLPPWLAAC
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BDBM50256181
n/a
NameBDBM50256181
Synonyms:(5S,2'S)-5-(1-methyl-2-pyrrolidinyl)oxazolidinone | CHEMBL500313
TypeSmall organic molecule
Emp. Form.C8H14N2O2
Mol. Mass.170.209
SMILESCN1CCC[C@H]1[C@@H]1CNC(=O)O1 |r|
Structure
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