Products

Do you want more information?

We are ready to support your challenges

Showing 16–23 of 23 results

  • CELT-327 hA2B/A3 Adenosine receptor fluorescent antagonist (589/616)

    Our potent hA2B/A3 Adenosine receptor fluorescent antagonist shows high affinity for hA2B and A3 receptor (Ki =35.6 nM and 45.7 nM respectively in radioligand binding assay). It allows to perform cell visualization in fluorescence microscopy, confocal microscopy and high content system experiments. It is potentially suitable for other fluorescence-based assays.

    View more
  • CELT-228 hA3 Adenosine receptor fluorescent antagonist (560/671)

    Our potent and selective hA3 Adenosine receptor fluorescent antagonist shows high affinity for hA3 receptor and partial selectivity over the other receptor subtypes (Ki =52.7 nM for hA3 receptor in radioligand binding assay). It has been validated in Fluorescence Polarization binding assays as a valid alternative to radioligand binding assays.It allows to perform cell visualization in fluorescence microscopy, confocal microscopy and high content system experiments. It is potentially suitable for other fluorescence-based assays.

    View more
  • CELT- 171 hA3 Adenosine receptor fluorescent antagonist (589/616)

    Our potent and selective hA3 Adenosine receptor fluorescent antagonist shows a high affinity and selectivity for hA3 receptor over the other receptor subtypes (Ki =6.13 nM for A3 receptor in radioligand binding assay). It allows to perform cell visualization in fluorescence microscopy, confocal microscopy and high content system experiments. It is potentially suitable for other fluorescence-based assays.

    View more
  • CELT- 402 h5HT2A/5HT2C Serotonin receptor fluorescent antagonist (589/616)

    Our potent h5HT2A/5HT2C Serotonin receptor fluorescent antagonist shows a high affinity for h5HT2A/h5HT2C serotonin receptors (Ki =29.7 nM and 14.6 nM respectively in radioligand binding assay).It allows to perform cell visualization in fluorescence microscopy, confocal microscopy and high content system experiments. It is potentially suitable for other fluorescence-based assays.

    View more
  • CELT- 211 h5HT2B Serotonin receptor fluorescent ligand (589/616)

    Our potent and selective h5HT2B Serotonin receptor fluorescent ligand shows a high affinity for 5HT2B serotonin receptor and high selectivity over the other receptor subtypes (Ki =56.32 nM for 5HT2B receptor in radioligand binding assay).It allows to perform cell visualization in fluorescence microscopy, confocal microscopy and high content system experiments. It is potentially suitable for other fluorescence-based assays.

    View more
  • CELT-335 hCB1/CB2 Cannabinoids receptors fluorescent ligand (646/662)

    Our potent hCB cannabinoids receptors fluorescent ligand shows high affinity for hCB1/CB2 cannabinoids receptor (Ki =44.8 nM and 7.4 nM , respectively in radioligand binding assay). It has been validated in High Content Screening assays and it is suitable also for HTRF binding assays as a valid alternative to radioligand binding assays. It allows to perform cell visualization in fluorescence microscopy and it is potentially suitable for other fluorescence-based assays.

    View more
  • CELT-331 hCB2 Cannabinoids receptor fluorescent ligand (646/662)

    Our potent and selective hCB2 cannabinoids receptor fluorescent ligand shows high affinity for hCB2 cannabinoids receptor and selectivity over hCB1 (Ki =75.9 nM for hCB2 receptor in radioligand binding assay). It is suitable for HTRF binding assays as a valid alternative to radioligand binding assays. It allows to perform cell visualization in fluorescence microscopy, confocal and high content system experiments. It is potentially suitable for other fluorescence-based assays.

    View more
  • CELT-195 hM1 Muscarinic receptor fluorescent antagonist (748/776)

    Our potent hM1 Muscarinic receptor fluorescent antagonist shows high affinity for M1 Muscarinic receptor (Ki =57.77 nM in radioligand binding assay). It allows to perform cell visualization in confocal microscopy and high content system experiments as a valid alternative to radioligand binding assays. It is potentially suitable for other fluorescence-based assays.

    View more
1 2