Compound 7p

But Compound 7p Powder  99% PurityCompound 7p.jpg

Compound 7p was developed as one in series of compounds with the aim of identifying dual-acting thromboxane receptor antagonist/synthase inhibitors [1]. In fact compound 7p shows selectivity for prostaglandin I2 synthase (PTGIS, CYP8A1) over thromboxane synthase (CYP5A1).

Axon regeneration after injury in the central nervous system is hampered in part because if an age-dependent decline in the intrinsic axon growth potential, and one of the strategies to stimulate axon growth in injured neurons involves pharmacological manipulation of implicated signaling pathways.

Here we report phenotypic cell-based screen of chemical libraries and structure-activity-guided optimization that resulted in the identification of compound 7p which promotes neurite outgrowth of cultured primary neurons derived from the hippocampus, cerebral cortex, and retina.

In an animal model of optic nerve injury, compound 7p was shown to induce growth of GAP-43 positive axons, indicating that the in vitro neurite outgrowth activity of compound 7p translates into stimulation of axon regeneration in vivo. Further optimization of compound 7p and elucidation of the mechanisms by which it elicits axon regeneration in vivo will provide a rational basis for future efforts to enhance treatment strategies.

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Compound 7p Basic Info

Name:Compound 7p

Chemical name: 2-[2-Methoxyphenyl)[4-methylpheny)sulfonyl]-N-(4-methoxy-3-pyridiny)acetamide Reaxys Registry Number:29568294

CAS:1890208-58-8

Purity:99%

Appearance:white powder

MF:C22H23N3O5S

Linear Structure Formula:C22H23N3O5S

MW:441.508

InChl Key: NAXWKPFXCOBXLE-UHFFFAOYSA-N

 

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