CP-x Synthetic Cannabinoids Research Dashboard
Double-blind human trials
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CannaKeys has 57 studies associated with CP-x Synthetic Cannabinoids.
Here is a small sampling of CP-x Synthetic Cannabinoids studies by title:
- THC Regulates Tearing via Cannabinoid CB1 Receptors
- Antinociceptive effects of mixtures of mu opioid receptor agonists and cannabinoid receptor agonists in rats: impact of drug and fixed-dose ratio
- Chronic Adolescent Δ9-Tetrahydrocannabinol Treatment of Male Mice Leads to Long-Term Cognitive and Behavioral Dysfunction, Which Are Prevented by Concurrent Cannabidiol Treatment
- Cannabinoid receptor-specific mechanisms to alleviate pain in sickle cell anemia via inhibition of mast cell activation and neurogenic inflammation.
- Selective Cannabinoid Receptor-1 Agonists Regulate Mast Cell Activation in an Oxazolone-Induced Atopic Dermatitis Model.
Components of the CP-x Synthetic Cannabinoids Research Dashboard
- Top medical conditions associated with CP-x Synthetic Cannabinoids
- Proven effects in clinical trials for CP-x Synthetic Cannabinoids
- Receptors associated with CP-x Synthetic Cannabinoids
- Individual study details for CP-x Synthetic Cannabinoids
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Overview - CP-x Synthetic Cannabinoids
Description of CP-x Synthetic Cannabinoids
The CP class of synthetic cannabinoids are named after the company Carl Pfizer where they were first synthesized. For instance, CP-55,940 was discovered in 1974.
CP Family Synthetic Cannabinoids
CP-x Synthetic Cannabinoids Properties and Effects
Binds with PPAR-Gamma and initiates anti-inflammatory response, Binds with GPR55
CP-x Synthetic Cannabinoids Receptor Binding
Strong affinity for CB1 with a mean Kd at 2.5nM (10 times more potent than THC). Very strong affinity for CB2 with a mean Kd at 0.92nM (38 times more potent than THC)
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