nAChRs (Nicotinic acetylcholine receptors) are neuron receptor proteins that respond to the neurotransmitter acetylcholine. They are particularly responsive to nicotine.  Nicotinic receptors also respond to drugs, including the nicotinic receptor agonist nicotine. As ionotropic receptors, nAChRs are directly linked to ion channels and do not use second messengers (as metabotropic receptors do). Nicotinic acetylcholine receptors are the best-studied of the ionotropic receptors.
  • Benzethonium Chloride EY2537

    Benzethonium chloride is a potent inhibitor of nAChRs, it inhibits α4β2 nAChRs and α7 nAChRs with IC50 of 49 nM and 122 nM, respectively.

  • Decamethonium Bromide EY2501

    Decamethonium Bromide is a nicotinic AChR partial agonist and neuromuscular blocking agent.

  • Pancuronium dibromide EY2386

    Pancuronium dibromide is a competitive acetylcholine antagonist with an IC50 of 5.5 ± 0.5 nM.

  • Adiphenine HCl EY2354

    Adiphenine is a nicotinic receptor inhibitor with IC50 of 15 µM, used as an antispasmodic drug.

  • Atracurium Besylate EY2307

    Atracurium Besylate is a neuromuscular blocking agent with ED95 of 0.2 mg/kg.

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