Kevin J Hudziak

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Amino acids 5 and 7, two potent and selective competitive GluR5 KA receptor antagonists, exhibited high GluR5 receptor affinity over other glutamate receptors. Their ester prodrugs 6 and 8 were orally active in three models of pain: reversal of formalin-induced paw licking, carrageenan-induced thermal hyperalgesia, and capsaicin-induced mechanical(More)
Amino diacid 3, a highly selective competitive GluR5 kainate receptor antagonist, exhibited high GluR5 receptor affinity and selectivity over other glutamate receptors. Its diethyl ester prodrug 4 was orally active in two models of migraine: the neurogenic dural plasma protein extravasation model and the nucleus caudalis c-fos expression model. These data(More)
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