Tricyclic antidepressants (TCAs) have been reported to interact with the Opioid Receptor system, but their pharmacological activity at opioid receptors has not yet been elucidated.
We would like to share a recent publications that sheds more light on the mystery. Our purified rabbit ployclonal phosphoERK1/2 Antibody is also referenced.
Pierluigi Onali, Simona Dedoni and Maria C. Olianas. Direct Agonist Activity of Tricyclic Antidepressants at Distinct Opioid Receptor Subtypes. JPET January 2010 vol. 332 no. 1 255-265 .
At the cloned μ-opioid receptor, TCAs showed low affinity and no significant agonist activity. These results show that TCAs differentially regulate opioid receptors with a preferential agonist activity on either δ or κ subtypes and suggest that this property may contribute to their therapeutic and/or side effects.
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