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Chemical Compound Review

mCPBG     2-(3-chlorophenyl)-1- (diaminomethylidene)g...

Synonyms: Lopac-C-144, Tocris-0440, CHEMBL13790, Bio-0861, AG-K-81604, ...
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  • Similar effects on excitability changes were found when latency instead of threshold was recorded, but only at higher action potential frequencies: at 1.8 Hz, mCPBG increased conduction velocity and reduced postspike supernormality [11].

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