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NBQX blocks AMPA receptors in micromolar concentrations (~10–20 µM) and also blocks kainate receptors. In experiments, it is used to counter glutamate excitotoxicity. NBQX was found to have anticonvulsant activity in rodent seizure models.
As the disodium salt, NBQX is soluble in water at high concentrations (at least up to 100 mM).
- Pitt, D.; Werner, P.; Raine, C. S. (2000). "Glutamate excitotoxicity in a model of multiple sclerosis". Nat Med. 6 (1): 67–70.
- Yamaguchi, S.; Donevan, S.D.; Rogawski, M.A. (1993). Anticonvulsant activity of AMPA/kainate antagonists: comparison of GYKI 52466 and NBOX in maximal electroshock and chemoconvulsant seizure models. Epilepsy Res. 15:179–184.
- Product information at Tocris
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