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Here is a small sampling of HU-x Synthetic Cannabinoids studies by title:
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The HU-x series are synthetic cannabinoids that carry the initials based on their place of discovery Hebrew University, Israel.
Here we focus on the (+) and (-) cannabinoid enantiomers of 7-hydroxy-delta-6-tetra-hydrocannabinol-dimethylheptyl i.e., HU-210 and HU-211.
Initially developed and/or characterized by Mechoulam et al., (1988), HU-210 and HU-211 are two of several diverse members of the HU-family that have attracted significant attention in the international research community. For instance, HU-210 has full agonist activity at CB1 and CB2, while the (+) enantiomer, i.e., HU-211 does not, but instead acts as via different pathways such as an N-Methyl-D-aspartate (NMDA) antagonist.
Other members that may offer clinical insights may include HU-308 (CB2 agonism), HU-331, HU-444, HU-580, HU-671, HU-910, HU-914.
7-hydroxy-delta-6-tetra-hydrocannabinol-dimethylheptyl or 7-OH-delta-6-THC-DMH
HU-210 [(-)-enantiomer] (-)-7-OH-delta-6-THC-DMH (N. Titishov et al., 1989)
HU-211 [(+)-enantiomer]; (aka Dexanabinol) (+)-7-OH-delta-6-THC-DMH (N. Titishov et al., 1989)
(The reader is reminded that a smaller Ki is associated with the strongest effects.)
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