Abnormal Cannabidiol (Abn-CBD) Research Dashboard
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CannaKeys has 15 studies associated with Abnormal Cannabidiol (Abn-CBD).
Here is a small sampling of Abnormal Cannabidiol (Abn-CBD) studies by title:
- Neuroprotection of Cannabidiol, Its Synthetic Derivatives and Combination Preparations against Microglia-Mediated Neuroinflammation in Neurological Disorders
- A molecular explanation of cardiovascular protection through abnormal cannabidiol: Involving the dysfunctional β-adrenergic and ATP-sensitive K+ channel activity in cardiovascular compromised preterm infants
- A study of abnormal cannabidiols system-mediated cardiovascular protection in disrupted gut/brain axis associated depression
- The Atypical Cannabinoid Abn-CBD Reduces Inflammation and Protects Liver, Pancreas, and Adipose Tissue in a Mouse Model of Prediabetes and Non-alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease
- CRISPR/Cas9 gene editing demonstrates metabolic importance of GPR55 in the modulation of GIP release and pancreatic beta cell function
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Overview - Abnormal Cannabidiol (Abn-CBD)
Description of Abnormal Cannabidiol (Abn-CBD)
Abnormal CBD is a synthetic isomer of CBD and was discovered in 1974. A deeper scientific understanding of abnormal-CBD especially in the context of treating human illness remains largely wanting.
Abnormal Cannabidiol (and numerous other supplier-based synonyms)
IUPAC Name: 4-[(1R,6R)-3-methyl-6-prop-1-en-2-ylcyclohex-2-en-1-yl]-5-pentylbenzene-1,3-diol
Molecular Formula: C21H30O2
Abnormal Cannabidiol (Abn-CBD) Properties and Effects
• Reduces intra-ocular pressure in test animals (A. Szczesniak et al., 2011)
• Non-psychoactive (M. Adams et al., 1977)
• Significant hypotension with minor bradycardia (M. Adams et al., 1977)
Abnormal Cannabidiol (Abn-CBD) Receptor Binding
Endocannabinoid system (ECS):
• Abn-CBD may be the ligand for GPR18 (D. McHugh et al., 2010)
• Abn-CBD is inactive at CB1 or CB2 (D. McHugh et al., 2010)
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