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AC1LCVHE     1-amino-4-[[4-[[4-chloro-6- [(3...

Synonyms: Affi-gel blue, Basilen Blue, AG-E-84618, CHEMBL1160031, CTK4F8482, ...
 
 
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Disease relevance of Reactive Blue 2

  • Reactive Blue 2 improved sensorimotor deficit and restricted the volume of infarction, without preventing the expression of P2X7, but inducing it in the microglia of contralateral frontal and parietal cortex and striatum, which had lost reciprocal connections with the remote infarct area [1].
  • Toxicity studies on Reactive Blue-2 leached from affinity material exposed to extreme chemical conditions [2].
  • Pertussis toxin, suramin, reactive blue 2, PPADS, DPCPX and inhibitors of Protein Kinase C, Protein Kinase A and PI3 kinase significantly reduced the upregulation of egr-1 by exposure to extracellular ATP [3].
  • ATP-induced carotid nerve responses presented no temporal desensitization and persisted after applying P(2Y) receptor blocker Reactive Blue 2 to the ganglion [4].
  • Reactive blue 2, a selective P2Y-purinoceptor antagonist, attenuated dilatations due to ATP and hypoxia [5].
 

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