Prostaglandin Receptor

Prostaglandin Receptor

The G-protein-coupled receptors are a subfamily of seven-transmembrane cell surface receptors called prostaglandin receptors. Currently, ten prostaglandin receptors on various cell types are known. G-protein-coupled receptors are a subfamily of seven-transmembrane cell surface receptors that prostaglandins bind to. They are designated as DP1-2-DP1, DP2 receptors, EP1-4-EP1, EP2, EP3, EP4 receptors, FP-FP, IP1-2-IP1, IP2 receptors, and TP-TP receptors. The prostaglandins are a class of lipid compounds with hormone-like properties that are produced enzymatically from fatty acids and serve significant roles in animal bodies. Currently, ten prostaglandin receptors on various cell types are known.

Prostaglandin Receptor related products

Structure Cat No. Product Name CAS No. Product Description
V14653 Seratrodast (AA 2414) 112665-43-7 Seratrodast(AA-2414) is a novel, potent and selective thromboxane A2 (TXA2) receptor (TP receptor) antagonist used mainlyin the treatment of asthma.
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