Astemizole (Hismanal) tritiated at the O-methyl group. Atemizole is an antagonist of the histamine H1-receptor and has been shown to block hERG potassium channels.
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Astemizole is an anithistamine drug that binds to the histmaine H1 receptor and suppresses edema and pruritus. Histamine H1 receptors are a group of GPCRs expressed in smooth muscle, vascular endothelial cells, and the central nervous system.
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|Concentration||1.0 - 10 mCi/mL|
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|Therapeutic Area||Cardiovascular, Cancer|
|Unit Size||250 µCi|
Astemizole is known to be a potent blocker of the hERG (human ether-a-go-go-related gene) potassium ion channel. Astemizole, [O-Methyl-3H]- was developed as a radioligand for the hERG K+ channel binding assay. The radioligand binding assay of the hERG channel is used to identify compounds which may have potential cardiotoxicity.