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Chemical Compound Review

DIHYDROALPRENOLOL     1-(propan-2-ylamino)-3-(2...

Synonyms: CHEMBL1159723, LS-176066, PDSP1_000153, PDSP2_000152, AC1L29EI, ...
 
 
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Biological context of DIHYDROALPRENOLOL

  • Spielberger State anxiety scores correlated with baseline mean heart rate, and Spielberger Trait anxiety scores with lymphocyte DHA binding [7].
  • Using DHA, we demonstrated that the concentration of pulmonary beta-receptors increased significantly between 28 and 31 days of gestation; however, there was no change in the dissociation constant during gestation [8].
  • The Kd value for dihydroalprenolol was approximately the same when determined from equilibrium binding studies or from association and dissociation kinetics, suggesting that the ligand binding is a single step bi-molecular reaction [9].
  • Down regulation of dihydroalprenolol and imipramine binding sites in brain of rats repeatedly treated with imipramine [10].
  • Cold acclimation produced, in isolated cells only, a decrease of 41% in the [3H] dihydroalprenolol binding sites and a beta-adrenergic agonist affinity increase [11].
 

Anatomical context of DIHYDROALPRENOLOL

  • Binding properties of the receptor for both antagonist and agonist, as assessed by KD for dihydroalprenolol and Ki for (-)-isoproterenol, are also normal in the CF lymphocytes [5].
  • The equilibrium dissociation constant (KD) for the interaction of receptors with dihydroalprenolol was the same (2 to 15 nM) in membranes from control and hyperthyroid rats [12].
  • Crude plasma membranes were prepared from chick lens epithelial and fiber cells and assayed for specific binding of the beta-adrenergic antagonist dihydroalprenolol [13].
  • Myocardial beta-adrenoceptor binding was investigated, with (-)3H dihydroalprenolol as radioligand, in microsomes derived from anterior (ALV) and inferior (ILV) myocardial wall sections of the canine left ventricle [14].
  • We used [3H] dihydroalprenolol (DHA) to investigate the development of pulmonary beta-adrenergic receptors in rabbit fetuses and to study the effect of glucocorticoid treatment on the beta-receptor number [8].
 

Associations of DIHYDROALPRENOLOL with other chemical compounds

  • No binding of the alpha 1 adrenoceptor antagonist prazosin was observed and the binding properties of beta adrenergic receptors (assayed with 3H-labelled dihydroalprenolol), were similar to those described for normal lymphocytes [15].
  • When the concentration of beta-adrenergic receptors was measured by various concentrations of [3H] dihydroalprenolol (DHA), the maximal binding sites of C6 and C6V-1 cells were 760 and 230 fmol/mg protein, respectively, without any changes in the association constant for DHA [16].
  • These purified membranes were enriched 25-fold in Na+/K(+)-adenosine triphosphate (ATPase), 37-fold in [3H] dihydroalprenolol binding sites, and fivefold in alkaline phosphatase activity compared with the placenta homogenates [17].
  • Moclobemide administered subchronically down-regulates beta adrenoceptors as shown by binding experiments with brain cortical membranes using dihydroalprenolol as ligand [18].
  • Transport of DHA in GH3 was saturable, with an apparent Km of 1.4 microM, was temperature and pH dependent, and was inhibited by the ionophore monensin and the amine transport inhibitor reserpine [1].
 

Gene context of DIHYDROALPRENOLOL

 

Analytical, diagnostic and therapeutic context of DIHYDROALPRENOLOL

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