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OC000459 sold online at rechemco.net has a full IUPAC name of 5-fluoro-2-methyl-3-(2-quinolinylmethyl)-1H-indole-1-acetic acid which belongs to a class of pharma research chemicals.
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OC000459 is a potent, selective DP2 antagonist that displaces [3H]prostaglandin D2 ([3H]PGD2) from human recombinant DP2 receptors (Ki = 13 nM), rat recombinant DP2 receptors (Ki = 3 nM), and human native DP2 (Ki = 4 nM; Th2 cell membranes) while not meddlesome with the matter binding properties of different prostanoid receptors, as well as PGE1–4, DP1, TP, PGI2, and PGF.1 OC000459 inhibits chemotaxis and cytokine production of human Th2 lymphocytes with IC50 values of 28 and 19 nM, severally, and competitively antagonizes eosinophil form change responses induced by PGD2 in each isolated human leukocytes (pKB = 7.9) and human blood (pKB = 7.5).1 OC000459 was shown to inhibit blood symptom in rats evoked by 13,14-dihydro-15-keto PGD2 (Item No. 12610) (ED50 = 0.04 mg/kg) associated airway symptom in guinea pigs in response to an aerosol of 13,14-dihydro-15-keto PGD2 (ED50 = 0.01 mg/kg).
OC000459 and all other products sold on this website are intended for research and forensic applications. The research chemical called OC000459 is a designer drug without pronounced physiological and psychoactive effects. The formula weight has the value 348.4 g/mol.
The toxicological and physiological properties of 5-fluoro-2-methyl-3-(2-quinolinylmethyl)-1H-indole-1-acetic acid are not known.
OC000459 and all other designer pharmas sold on this website are intended for research and forensic applications.
Please store this pharma in a cool and dry place. Stability of the pharma compound OC000459 up to 2 years under correct storage conditions.
|Molecular weight||348.4 g/mol|