Pyrrolylquinoxalinediones carrying aminoalkyl residues were evaluated for affinity to the recombinant, homomeric kainate receptors GluR5, GluR6 and GluR7. Most derivatives preferred binding to GluR5. In particular, the piperazine 6e represents a highly potent and selective antagonist to GluR5.
PURPOSE To show that the molecular composition of the extracellular matrix of the trochlea and its associated tendon may explain the link between some cases of acquired Brown syndrome and rheumatoid arthritis. METHODS One trochlea and its tendon from 11 dissecting-room cadavers were fixed in methanol, cryosectioned, and immunolabeled with a panel of… (More)