Agonists

Glycine Receptors

Agonists

The amino acid Glycine exerts its action by binding on post-synaptic Glycine Receptors. When the Glycine Receptor is activated, the resulting Cl flux generally results in a hyperpolarization of the postsynaptic membrane thereby stabilizing the resting potential and inhibiting neuronal firing. The glycinergic response mediates inhibitory neurotransmissions in the spinal cord, brainstem and retina, and is essential for reflex responses, the processing of sensory signals as well as voluntary motor control in the mammalian CNS.

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  • Chlormethiazole hydrochloride

    A Positive Modulator of GABA(A) and Glycine Receptors

    Cat # C-360
    Source Synthetic
    MW 198.11
    Target GABA(A), Glycine receptors
  • Ivermectin

    A Positive Allosteric Modulator of α7 nAChR and of human P2X4 Receptor

    Cat # I-110
    Source Synthetic
    MW 875.09
    Target α7 nAChR, P2X, GABA(A)R
  • L-Serine

    An Agonist of Glycine Receptors

    Cat # S-135
    Source Synthetic
    MW 105.1
    Target Glycine receptors
  • Taurine

    An Endogenous Partial Agonist of Glycine Receptors and Taurine Transporters

    Cat # T-130
    Source Synthetic
    MW 125.15
    Target Glycine receptor, Taurine transporter

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