8-OH-PBZI

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8-OH-PBZI
(IUPAC) ime
(3aS,9bR)-3-propil-1,2,3a,4,5,9b-heksahidrobenzo[e]indol-8-ol
Klinički podaci
Identifikatori
ATC kod nije dodeljen
PubChem[1][2] 10353845
ChemSpider[3] 8529297
Hemijski podaci
Formula C15H21NO 
Mol. masa 231,333 g/mol
SMILES eMolekuli & PubHem
Farmakoinformacioni podaci
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Pravni status

8-OH-PBZI je lek koji se koristi u naučnim istraživanjima. On deluje kao potentan i selektivan agonist dopaminskog D3 receptora.[4][5][6]

Reference[uredi - уреди | uredi izvor]

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  4. Scheideler, MA; Martin, J; Hohlweg, R; Rasmussen, JS; Naerum, L; Ludvigsen, TS; Larsen, PJ; Korsgaard, N; Crider, AM (1997). "The preferential dopamine D3 receptor agonist cis-8-OH-PBZI induces limbic Fos expression in rat brain". European journal of pharmacology 339 (2–3): 261–70. PMID 9473144. doi:10.1016/S0014-2999(97)01372-1. 
  5. Fink-Jensen, A; Nielsen, EB; Hansen, L; Scheideler, MA (1998). "Behavioral and neurochemical effects of the preferential dopamine D3 receptor agonist cis-8-OH-PBZI". European journal of pharmacology 342 (2–3): 153–61. PMID 9548380. doi:10.1016/S0014-2999(97)01494-5. 
  6. Malik, P; Andersen, MB; Peacock, L (2004). "The effects of dopamine D3 agonists and antagonists in a nonhuman primate model of tardive dyskinesia". Pharmacology, biochemistry, and behavior 78 (4): 805–10. PMID 15301939. doi:10.1016/j.pbb.2004.05.019.