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Molecular Weight(MW): 392.37
Latrepirdine is an orally active,and neuroactive antagonist of multiple drug targets, including histamine receptors, GluR, and 5-HT receptors, used as an antihistamine drug.
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|Description||Latrepirdine is an orally active,and neuroactive antagonist of multiple drug targets, including histamine receptors, GluR, and 5-HT receptors, used as an antihistamine drug.|
Latrepirdine increases succinate dehydrogenase activity (MTT-assay), mitochondrial membrane potential (DeltaPsim), and cellular ATP levels in primary mouse cortical neurons and human neuroblastoma cells (SH-SY5Y). Latrepirdine enhances mitochondrial function both in the absence and presence of stress and Dimebon-treated cells are partially protected to maintain cell viability.  Latrepirdine leads to enhanced mTOR- and Atg5-dependent autophagy in cultured mammalian cells.  latrepirdine stimulates MTOR- and ATG5-dependent autophagy, leading to the reduction of intracellular levels of APP metabolites, including Aβ in cultured cells.  Latrepirdine stimulates the degradation of α-syn in differentiated SH-SY5Y neurons, and in mouse brain following chronic administration, in parallel with elevation of the levels of markers of autophagic activity.  Latrepirdine increases intracellular ATP levels and glucose transporter 3 translocation to the plasma membrane in primary neuron. 
|In vivo||Latrepirdine treatment of TgCRND8 transgenic mice is associated with improved learning behavior and with a reduction in accumulation of Aβ42 and α-synuclein.  Latrepirdine administration results in increased levels of the biomarkers thought to correlate with autophagy activation in the brains of TgCRND8 (APP K670M, N671L, V717F) or wild-type mice, and that treatment is associated with abrogation of behavioral deficit, reduction in Aβ neuropathology, and prevention of autophagic failure among TgCRND8 mice. |
-  Zhang S, et al. J Alzheimers Dis, 2010, 21(2), 389-402.
-  Steele JW, et al. Mol Psychiatry, 2013, 18(8), 889-897.
-  Lenasi H, et al. Cardiovasc Res, 2003, 59(4), 844-853.
|In vitro||DMSO||24 mg/mL (61.16 mM)|
|Ethanol||13 mg/mL (33.13 mM)|
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