Zacopride hydrochloride is a highly potent SR-3 antagonist (Ki = 0.38 nM) and SR-4 agonist (Ki = 373 nM). Zacopride hydrochloride is anti-emetic and anxiolytic following systemic administration in vivo.
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Hello. Zacopride Hydrochloride (anhydrous) appears to have two CAS numbers, both 90182-92-6 (your website) and 101303-98-4 (Sigma-Aldrich). Also, can you provide the melt point or refractory index dissolved in water? I must ensure no mix up. Thanks
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Thank you for your question. We have confirmed that the CAS number currently shown on our website for this product, Zacopride hydrochloride (CAS 90182-92-6), is incorrect. The correct CAS number is 101303-98-4. We will update our product information to reflect the correct CAS number shortly. Unfortunately we are unable to provide the melting point and refractory index for this product in water.
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