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AG-D-42903     trimethyl-[(5-methyl-2...

Synonyms: NSC-34095, AC1Q1TMK, NSC34095, LS-18664, CTK8C6902, ...
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Disease relevance of NCGC00024668-01


High impact information on NCGC00024668-01

  • Comparison of pharmacologic data for inhibition of K+- and MF-induced responses by a common series of Ca2+ channel antagonists in bladder and ileum revealed excellent correlations [2].
  • Regardless of stimulant, K+ or methylfurmethide (MF), or component of response, the same rank order of antagonist activities is expressed, suggestive of a single structure-activity relationship and the existence of a single category of binding site which may, however, exist in several affinity states [2].
  • This effect of methylfurmetide on heart atria was significantly decreased in the presence of EDMM [3].

Associations of NCGC00024668-01 with other chemical compounds


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