What Are Adenosine Receptors?

Adenosine is a cell biology term that refers to a compound in which N-9 of adenine and C-1 of D-ribose are connected by a -glycosidic bond, and its phosphate is adenylate. Adenosine is an endogenous nucleoside that is distributed throughout the body's cells. It can directly enter the myocardium to be phosphorylated to generate adenylate, which is involved in myocardial energy metabolism. It also participates in expanding coronary blood vessels and increasing blood flow.

Chemical name: 9--D-furan
CAS number: 58-61-7
MDL number: MFCD00005752
EINECS number: 200-389-9
RTECS number: AU7175000
BRN number: 93029 [2]
Avoid inhaling the dust of this product, and avoid contact with eyes and skin. [2]
Appearance and properties: white crystalline powder
Density: 2.08 g / cm 3
Melting point: 234-236ºC
Boiling point: 676.3ºC at 760 mmHg
Refractive index: 1.907 [2]
Customs code: 2934999090
Safety instructions: S24 / 25 [2]
1. Antiarrhythmic drugs can make paroxysmal supraventricular tachycardia turn into sinus rhythm. For supraventricular arrhythmia related to the atrioventricular.
2. Treatment of angina pectoris, myocardial infarction, coronary insufficiency, arteriosclerosis, primary hypertension, cerebrovascular disorder, stroke sequelae, progressive muscle atrophy, etc.
3. Biochemical research. [2]
Store at 2-8 ° C [2]
Method name: Ganoderma lucidum pearl oral solution-determination of adenosine-high performance liquid chromatography
Application: This method uses high performance liquid chromatography to determine the content of adenosine in Ganoderma lucidum pearl oral solution.
This method is applicable to Ganoderma lucidum pearl oral solution.
Principles of the method: take the test sample and add methanol, sonicate, place it until the precipitation is complete, filter, and allow the filtrate to evaporate to dryness, add residue to dissolve in water, extract with water-saturated n-butanol, evaporate the n-butanol extract, dry, 50% methanol was dissolved and made up to volume, shaken, and used as the test solution. Injected into a high-performance liquid chromatograph and detected by a UV detector with a detection wavelength of 260 nm.
Adenosine is endogenous
Adenosine is an endogenous nucleoside that is distributed throughout the body's cells. It can directly enter the myocardium to be phosphorylated to generate adenylate, which is involved in myocardial energy metabolism. It also participates in expanding coronary blood vessels and increasing blood flow. Can be used to treat supraventricular tachycardia. Adenosine has physiological effects on the cardiovascular system and many other systems and tissues of the body. Adenosine is used for synthesis
Properties: white or off-white crystalline powder
Melting point: 233-238 ° C
Specific rotation: -68.0 ° ~ 72.0 °
Loss on drying: 0.5%
Ignition residue: 0.1%
Heavy metals: 10ppm
Content (HPLC): 99%
Ammonia limit: 0.0004%
Chlorine limit: 0.007%
Sulfur limit: 0.02% [2]

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