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Catalog No.S3854 Synonyms: Gindarine hydrochloride, 1-Tetrahydropalmitine HCl
CAS No. 6024-85-7
Tetrahydropalmatine (THP, Gindarine, 1-Tetrahydropalmitine) is an isoquinoline alkaloid found in several different plant species, mainly in the Corydalis genus (Yan Hu Suo), but also in other plants such as Stephania rotunda. It is a potent muscle relaxant. Tetrahydropalmatine hydrochloride acts through inhibition of amygdaloid release of dopamine to inhibit an epileptic attack in rats.
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|Description||Tetrahydropalmatine (THP, Gindarine, 1-Tetrahydropalmitine) is an isoquinoline alkaloid found in several different plant species, mainly in the Corydalis genus (Yan Hu Suo), but also in other plants such as Stephania rotunda. It is a potent muscle relaxant. Tetrahydropalmatine hydrochloride acts through inhibition of amygdaloid release of dopamine to inhibit an epileptic attack in rats.|
Tetrahydropalmatine inhibits the LPSinduced production of COX-2 protein and mRNA in a dose-dependent manner. It suppresses activation of the NF-kB signaling pathway, which results in regulation of IL-8 expression and specifically blocks the ERK1=2 and p38 MAPK signaling pathways. L-THP results in p53 independent apoptosis via down-regulating XIAP protein by inhibiting MDM2 associated with proteasome-dependent pathway and increased sensitivity of EU-4 cells against doxorubicin. L-THP causes activation of caspase and resulted in apoptosis. l-THP possesses a blocking effect on dopamine D1 and D2 receptors and voltage-sensitive Ca2+ channels.
|In vivo||l-THP could attenuate the locomotor-stimulating effects of oxycodone and inhibit the development and expression of oxycodone behavioral sensitization.|
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|Synonyms||Gindarine hydrochloride, 1-Tetrahydropalmitine HCl|
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