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Mirtazapine displayed marked affinity for cloned, human alpha2A-adrenergic (AR) receptors at which it blocked noradrenaline (NA)-induced stimulation of guanosine-5'-O-(3-[35S]thio)-triphosphate(More)
This study examined the activity of chemically diverse alpha2 adrenoceptor ligands at recombinant human (h) and native rat (r) alpha2A adrenoceptors compared with 5-HT1A receptors. First, in(More)
Compared with cloned, human (h)D(2) receptors (pK(i) = 6.9), the antiparkinsonian agent piribedil showed comparable affinity for halpha(2A)- (7.1) and halpha(2C)- (7.2) adrenoceptors (ARs), whereas(More)
S18616 ((S)-spiro[(1-oxa-2-amino-3-azacyclopent-2-ene)-4, 2'-(8'-chloro-1',2',3',4'-tetrahydronaphthalene)]) displayed high affinity at native rat alpha(2)-adrenoceptors (AR)s (pK(i), 9.8), native(More)
S 16924 showed a pattern of interaction at multiple (>20) native, rodent and cloned, human (h) monoaminergic receptors similar to that of clozapine and different to that of haloperidol. Notably, like(More)
The novel benzoindane S 18126 possessed > 100-fold higher affinity at cloned, human (h) D4 (Ki = 2.4 nM) vs. hD2 (738 nM), hD3 (2840 nM), hD1 (> 3000 nM) and hD5 (> 3000 nM) receptors and about 50(More)