Prostaglandin Receptor

Prostaglandin Receptor

Prostaglandin receptor, a sub-family of cell surface seven-transmembrane receptors, are the G-protein-coupled receptors.Ten distinct prostaglandin receptors on different cell types are currently known. G-protein-coupled receptors are a subclass of cell surface seven-transmembrane receptors that prostaglandins bind to. The following are the names of these receptors: FP-FP, IP1-2-IP1, IP2 receptors, TP-TP receptor, EP1-4-EP1, EP2, EP3, and EP4 receptors. A class of lipid molecules known as prostaglandins, which are produced enzymatically from fatty acids and resemble hormones, play vital roles in the bodies of animals. Ten distinct prostaglandin receptors on different cell types are currently known.

Prostaglandin Receptor related products

Structure Cat No. Product Name CAS No. Product Description
V74464 (+)-Fluprostenol 54276-17-4
V74493 (+)-Oxypeucedanin methanolate 52939-12-5
V74496 (8-epi)-BW 245C 65705-83-1
V74478 (S)-Butaprost free acid 433219-55-7
V74485 11-Deoxy Prostaglandin E2 35536-53-9
V74482 15-Keto latanoprost 135646-98-9
V74488 19(S)-HETE 115461-40-0
V74458 1a,1b-Dihomo prostaglandin E1 (1a,1b-Dihomo PGE1) 23452-98-4
V10518 AH6809 33458-93-4 AH6809 (AH-6809) is a novel and potent DP/EP prostanoid receptor antagonist with a Ki of 1217, 1150, 1597, and 1415 nM for the cloned human EP1, EP2, EP3-III, and DP receptor respectively, and with a Ki of 350 nM for mouse EP2 receptor.
V2425 Alprostadil (PGE1; Prostaglandin-E1) 745-65-3 Alprostadil (also known as Prostaglandin-E1) is a naturally occurring prostaglandin and a potent vasodilator used in the treatment of infants with congenital heart defects to maintain the patency of the ductus arteriosus until palliative or corrective surgery can be performed.
V3450 AMG-009 1027847-67-1 AMG-009 is a novel, potent, orally bioactive, small molecule antagonist of prostaglandin D2, with IC50 of 3 nM and 12 nM for CRTH2 (chemoattractant receptor-homologous molecule expressed on Th2 cells) and DP (D prostanoid) receptors, respectively.
V74494 AMX12006 2639775-01-0
V74463 AZ12672857 945396-55-4
V74474 BAY-6672 2247517-53-7
V74476 BAY-6672 hydrochloride 2247520-31-4
V74469 BGC-20-1531 free base (PGN 1531 free base) 736183-35-0
V2071 Bimatoprost (AGN 192024) 155206-00-1 Bimatoprost (AGN-192024; Latisse; Lumigan; Bimatoprostum; AGN192024) is a potent FP (Prostaglandin F) receptor agonist and a prostaglandin analog used topically as eye drops to control the progression of glaucoma and in the management of ocular hypertension.
V74466 Bimatoprost grenod (NCX 470) 1194396-71-8
V78815 Bimatoprost-d4 (AGN 192024-d4)
V67556 Butaprost 69685-22-9
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