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Life Sci. 1995 Mar 3;56(15):1251-6.

Endothelin analogs which distinguish vasoconstrictor and vasodilator ETB receptors.

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Department of Chemistry, Bristol-Myers Squibb Pharmaceutical Research Institute, Princeton, NJ 08543-4000, USA.

Abstract

[Pen 1,11, Nle7, Glu9, Ala18]-Sarafotoxin S6b (BMS-184696) and [Pen1,11, Nle7, Glu9, Leu18]-sarafotoxin S6b (BMS-184697) were synthesized with the aim of preparing ETB receptor antagonists. BMS-184696 was a potent ETA antagonist, an extremely potent vasoconstrictor ETB agonist, and a non-competitive vasodilator ETB antagonist with no agonist activity. BMS-184697 was a potent ETA antagonist, a potent vasoconstrictor ETB agonist, and a vasodilator ETB agonist with moderate potency. The ability of BMS-184696 to activate the vasoconstrictor ETB receptor but not the vasodilator ETB receptor, despite having high affinity binding to the vasodilator ETB receptor as evidenced by its antagonist activity, strongly suggests the existence of ETB receptor subtypes.

PMID:
8614242
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