GPCR/G Protein Overview

G protein-coupled receptors (GPCR) are the largest class of membrane proteins in the human genome and are involved in a variety of signal transduction processes. The main function of G protein-coupled receptors is to transmit information from outside the cell to inside the cell by interacting with G proteins. These receptors act as intracellular mediators and can regulate complex network pathways. The researchers expect that one-third to one-half of all drugs on the market will target the GPCR receptor. GPCR receptors play a particularly important role in the body, and further understanding of these receptors will also have a certain impact on modern medicine.

List of GPCR/G Protein

Cat No. Product Name CAS No. Purity Order
I002170 Zoledronic acid hydrate 165800-06-6 ≥ 95% Inquiry
A000207 Donepezil HCl 120011-70-3 ≥ 95% Inquiry
A000710 Escitalopram Oxalate 219861-08-2 ≥ 95% Inquiry
A000769 Propranolol HCl 318-98-9 ≥ 95% Inquiry
A001222 Chlorpromazine Hydrochloride 69-09-0 ≥ 95% Inquiry
I009337 SB-408124 288150-92-5 (free base) ≥ 95% Inquiry
I003973 Tranilast 53902-12-8 ≥ 95% Inquiry
I003556 GW627368 439288-66-1 ≥ 95% Inquiry
I002988 SB-408124 288150-92-5 ≥ 95% Inquiry
A000217 Irbesartan 138402-11-6 ≥ 95% Inquiry
A000670 Candesartan Cilexetil 145040-37-5 ≥ 95% Inquiry
A001124 Ambrisentan 177036-94-1 ≥ 95% Inquiry