Catalog No.S2828 Synonyms: Takeda-25
Molecular Weight(MW): 365.45
JNJ-1661010 is a potent and selective FAAH inhibitor with IC50 of 10 nM (rat) and 12 nM (human), exhibits >100-fold selectivity for FAAH-1 when compared to FAAH-2.
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|Description||JNJ-1661010 is a potent and selective FAAH inhibitor with IC50 of 10 nM (rat) and 12 nM (human), exhibits >100-fold selectivity for FAAH-1 when compared to FAAH-2.|
FAAH preincubated with JNJ-1661010 suggests a slow reversibility of the interaction between the JNJ-1661010 and the active site, which is accelerated at higher temperatures.  JNJ-1661010 is a covalent, mechanism-based substrate inhibitor as examined by LC-ESI-MS. JNJ-1661010 docks with the phenylthiadiazole in the hydrophobic tunnel and the phenylurea in the hydrophilic pocket of FAAH. 
|In vivo||JNJ-1661010 (20 mg/kg i.p.) inhibits FAAH by at least 85% for up to 4 h after dosing, resulting accumulation of lipid ethanolamides in rat brain. JNJ-1661010 dose-dependently reverses the tactile allodynia with a maximum efficacy of approximately 90% at 30 min postdose in both Mild Thermal Injury (MTI) mice and rat model. JNJ-1661010 (20 mg/kg) reverses tactile allodynia by 60.8% at 30 min in rat spinal nerve ligation injury model. JNJ-1661010 (50 mg/kg i.p.) shows a significant attenuation of the hyperalgesia at 30 min postdose in rat carrageenan model of inflammatory pain.  Rats dosed with JNJ-1661010 (20 mg/kg i.p.) has a plasma Cmax of 26.9 μM at the Tmax of 0.75 h and a Cmax in the brain of 6.04 μM at the Tmax of 2 h. JNJ-1661010 (20 mg/kg i.p.) inhibits brain FAAH and elevates AEA level in brain tissue in rat. |
|In vitro||DMSO||36 mg/mL (98.5 mM)|
|In vivo||Add solvents to the product individually and in order(Data is from Selleck tests instead of citations):
5% DMSO+95% Corn oil
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