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  • wo 2008/157740 a2 - faah inhibitors - the lens - free & open patent and scholarly search

    WO 2008/157740 A2 - Faah Inhibitors - The Lens - Free & Open Patent and Scholarly Search

    The Lens serves almost all the patents and scholarly work in the world as a free, open and secure digital public good, with user privacy a paramount focus. FAAH INHIBITORS RELATED APPLICATION INFORMATION This application claims priority to U.S

  • wo 2008/129129 a1 - heterocyclic phenyl carbamates as novel faah-inhibitors - the lens - free & open patent and scholarly search

    WO 2008/129129 A1 - Heterocyclic Phenyl Carbamates As Novel Faah-inhibitors - The Lens - Free & Open Patent and Scholarly Search

    The Lens serves almost all the patents and scholarly work in the world as a free, open and secure digital public good, with user privacy a paramount focus. Heterocyclic phenyl carbamates as novel FAAH-inhibitors Field of the invention The

  • us 2011/0224171 a1 - inhibitors of fatty acid amide hydrolase - the lens - free & open patent and scholarly search

    US 2011/0224171 A1 - Inhibitors Of Fatty Acid Amide Hydrolase - The Lens - Free & Open Patent and Scholarly Search

    [0004] However, current inhibitors of FAAH lack the target selectivity, biological activity and/or bioavailability needed for in vivo studies and therapeutic use. Thus, to date, the therapeutic potential of FAAH inhibitors remains essentially

  • wo 2008/100977 a2 - therapeutic release agents - the lens - free & open patent and scholarly search

    WO 2008/100977 A2 - Therapeutic Release Agents - The Lens - Free & Open Patent and Scholarly Search

    The Lens serves almost all the patents and scholarly work in the world as a free, open and secure digital public good, with user privacy a paramount focus. Pharmacological inhibition of fatty acid amide hydrolase (FAAH) activity leads to

  • us 2011/0172186 a1 - inhibitors of fatty acid amide hydrolase the lens - free & open patent and scholarly search

    US 2011/0172186 A1 - Inhibitors Of Fatty Acid Amide Hydrolase The Lens - Free & Open Patent and Scholarly Search

    The Lens serves almost all the patents and scholarly work in the world as a free, open and secure digital public good, with user privacy a paramount focus.

  • analgesic effects of faah inhibitor in the insular cortex of nerve-injured rats

    Analgesic effects of FAAH inhibitor in the insular cortex of nerve-injured rats

    31/10/2018 · Although anti-nociception through FAAH inhibitors has been observed in various pain models (including NP and inflammatory pain), the role of the FAAH signaling pathway in the IC is unknown. The current study was conducted to determine the

  • cyclohexylcarbamic acid 3'- or 4'-substituted biphenyl-3-yl esters as fatty acid amide hydrolase inhibitors: synthesis, quantitative structure

    Cyclohexylcarbamic Acid 3'- Or 4'-substituted biphenyl-3-yl Esters as Fatty Acid Amide Hydrolase Inhibitors: Synthesis, Quantitative Structure

    Fatty acid amide hydrolase (FAAH) is a promising target for modulating endocannabinoid and fatty acid ethanolamide signaling, which may have important therapeutic potential. We recently described a new class of O-arylcarbamate inhibitors of FAAH

  • targeting fatty acid amide hydrolase as a therapeutic strategy for antitussive therapy - european respiratory society

    Targeting fatty acid amide hydrolase as a therapeutic strategy for antitussive therapy - European Respiratory Society

    To date, interest in this area has focused on developing FAAH inhibitors to reduce pain, and early clinical studies have indicated that a closely related analogue (i.e. PF-04457845) to the compound investigated here was well tolerated with no

  • endocannabinoids are conserved inhibitors of the hedgehog pathway

    Endocannabinoids are conserved inhibitors of the Hedgehog pathway

    17/3/2015 · Therefore, we assayed endocannabinoids in the presence of selective inhibitor of FAAH licensed by Pfizer (PF-3845), a selective inhibitor of mammalian FAAH. PF-3845 potentiated pathway inhibition by N -acylethanolamide 18:2 and N -acyldopamine

  • analgesic effects of faah inhibitor in the insular cortex of nerve-injured rats - min jee kim, motomasa tanioka, sun woo um, seong-karp hong, bae

    Analgesic effects of FAAH inhibitor in the insular cortex of nerve-injured rats - Min Jee Kim, Motomasa Tanioka, Sun Woo Um, Seong-Karp Hong, Bae

    Although anti-nociception through FAAH inhibitors has been observed in various pain models (including NP and inflammatory pain), the role of the FAAH signaling pathway in the IC is unknown. The current study was conducted to determine the

  • chronic inhibition of fatty acid amide hydrolase by urb597 produces differential effects on cardiac performance in normotensive and hypertensive

    Chronic inhibition of fatty acid amide hydrolase by URB597 produces differential effects on cardiac performance in normotensive and hypertensive

    Thus, the use of FAAH inhibitors as potential pharmacotherapy in normotensive patients, for example, for control of pain and inflammation (Fowler, 2015) or psychological‐cardiac comorbidity (Carnevali et al., 2016), should be approached

  • inhibition of faah confers increased stem cell migration via pparα | request pdf

    Inhibition of FAAH confers increased stem cell migration via PPARα | Request PDF

    Both FAAH inhibitors: 1) blocked FAAH activity in brain and liver, increasing levels of endogenous ligands for cannabinoid and alpha-type peroxisome proliferator-activated (PPAR-α) receptors; 2

  • a faah-regulated class of n-acyl taurines that activates trp ion channels | biochemistry

    A FAAH-Regulated Class of N-Acyl Taurines That Activates TRP Ion Channels | Biochemistry

    Fatty acid amide hydrolase (FAAH) is an integral membrane enzyme that catabolizes several bioactive lipids in vivo. Most of the physiological substrates of FAAH characterized to date belong to the N-acyl ethanolamine (NAE) class of fatty acid

  • fatty acid amide hydrolase inhibition heightens anandamide signaling without producing reinforcing effects in primates | request pdf - researchgate

    Fatty Acid Amide Hydrolase Inhibition Heightens Anandamide Signaling Without Producing Reinforcing Effects in Primates | Request PDF - ResearchGate

    The present results with FAAH inhibitors agree well with data from previous studies of URB597 in monkeys that were trained to discriminate ∆ 9 -THC from vehicle (e.g., Stewart and McMahon, 2011

  • activity-based proteomics of enzyme superfamilies: serine hydrolases as a case study - pubmed central (pmc)

    Activity-based Proteomics of Enzyme Superfamilies: Serine Hydrolases as a Case Study - PubMed Central (PMC)

    9/4/2010 · These inhibitors have been used, in combination with phenotypic and metabolic profiling, to confirm the role of FAAH and MAGL in endocannabinoid metabolism (44, 46,– 48) and to demonstrate that KIAA1363 and MAGL regulate ether lipid and fatty