Molecular Weight(MW): 363.84
Naloxone HCl is an opioid inverse agonist drug used to counter the effects of opiate overdose.
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|Description||Naloxone HCl is an opioid inverse agonist drug used to counter the effects of opiate overdose.|
Naloxone significantly reduces the LPS-induced degeneration of the midbrain neurons. Naloxone inactives stereoisomer (+)-naloxone protected the dopaminergic neurons with equal potency. Naloxone inhibits LPS-induced activation of microglia and release of proinflammatory factors, and inhibition of microglia generation of superoxide free radical best correlated with the neuroprotective effect of naloxone isomers. Naloxone is found to partially inhibit the binding of [(3)H]LPS to cell membranes, whereas it failes to prevent damage to dopaminergic neurons by peroxynitrite, a product of nitric oxide and superoxide.  Naloxone (18.0 mg/kg) suppresses water intake when water is presented as the sole source of fluid. Naloxone produces a dose-dependent decrease in ethanol consumption, without altering water intake, when rats are given a free-choice between the ethanol solution and water. 
|In vivo||Naloxone (10 mg/kg) causes a dose-dependent reduction of break-points and locomotor activity in both the beer and near-beer rats.  Naloxone inhibits the LPS-induced activation of microglia and significantly reduces the LPS-induced loss of dopaminergic neurons in the rat substantia nigral.  Naloxone abolishes this antinociceptive activity both in the hot-plate test and in the first phase of the formalin test without affecting the serum concentration of paracetamol. Naloxone prevents the increase in 5-HT concentration in the central nervous system and the reduction in 5-HT2 receptors in cortical membranes. |
|In vitro||DMSO||72 mg/mL (197.88 mM)|
|Water||72 mg/mL (197.88 mM)|
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Clinical Trial Information
|NCT Number||Recruitment||Conditions||Sponsor/Collaborators||Start Date||Phases|
|NCT03033732||Not yet recruiting||Opioid Use Disorder||Didier Jutras Aswad|Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR)|Canadian Research Initiative in Substance Misuse||March 30, 2017||Phase 4|
|NCT03026790||Not yet recruiting||Chronic Pain||University of Minnesota - Clinical and Translational Science Institute|Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute||August 2017||--|
|NCT02922959||Not yet recruiting||Drug Overdose|Opioid-Related Disorders|Drug Addiction|Drug Abuse|Substance Abuse||University of Cincinnati|National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA)||April 2017||--|
|NCT03048643||Not yet recruiting||Endocardits, Bacterial|Opioid-use Disorder|Buprenorphine|Outpatient Parenteral Antibiotic Therapy||Laura Fanucchi|University of Kentucky||March 2017||--|
|NCT02976337||Not yet recruiting||Healthy Subjects|Hyperalgesia|Inflammations, Endodontic|Pain, Acute|Sensitization, Central||mads u werner|University of Kentucky|University of Copenhagen||January 2017||Phase 2|
|NCT02811783||Recruiting||Mycosis Fungoides|Lymphoma, T-Cell, Cutaneous||Elorac, Inc.||January 2017||Phase 3|
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