3D model (Jmol)
|Molar mass||461.462 g/mol|
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Morphine-3-glucuronide is a metabolite of morphine produced by UGT2B7. It is not active as an opioid agonist, but does have some action as a convulsant, which does not appear to be mediated through opioid receptors, but rather through interaction with glycine and/or GABA receptors. As a polar compound, it has a limited ability to cross the blood–brain barrier, but renal failure may lead to its accumulation and result in seizures. Probenecid and inhibitors of P-glycoprotein can enhance uptake of morphine-3-glucuronide and, to a lesser extent, morphine-6-glucuronide. Reported side effects related to the accumulation of this metabolite include convulsions, agitation, hallucinations, hyperalgesia, and coma.
- 3-Monoacetylmorphine, the inactive 3,- position blocked by esterization (and thus inactive) of a semi-synthetic prodrug to morphine marking the same activity profile as the drug of this article
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- Bertram G. Katzung; Susan B. Masters; Anthony J. Trevor. Basic & Clinical Pharmacology (11th ed.).
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