Most Axon Ligands™ in this category of compounds are labeled antipsychotic (typical, or atypical), since many of the common drugs to treat this class of mental disorders show affinity for both dopaminergic and serotonergic receptors (among several others). The first generation of antipsychotics (typical), developed in the 1950’s consisted of mainly phenothiazines (chlorpromazine)[1], and butyrophenones (haloperidol)[2]. Though still considered benchmark antipsychotics[3], they are known for there unwanted side effects such as dry mouth, extra pyramidal side effects, and tardive dyskinesia[4]. The atypical antipshychotics, or second generation antipsychotics, are less likely to cause the afore mentioned side effects, and improve the quality of live compared to the typical antipsychotics. However, this class of drugs is also far from free of side effects[5]. Among them, many Clozapine (Axon 1146) analogues, Aripiprazole (Axon 1143), and Ziprazidone (Axon 1446).
Based on a phylogenetic analysis, the family of serotonin (5-HT) receptors should be separated into two different classes among the subgroup of biogenic amine receptors of the rhodopsin-like family of GPCRs. The GPCR-A17 class includes all 5-HT2 and 5-HT6 receptors, while 5-HT1, 5-HT4 5HT-5 and 5HT7 receptors form an individual class: GPCR-A19[6].

5-HT receptor subtypes listed: 5-HT1A5-HT1B5-HT1D5-HT1F5-HT2 ,5-HT2A5-HT2C5-HT45-HT5A5-HT65-HT7

[1] Recherches sur les diméthylaminopropyl-N phénothiazines substituées. Charpentier P, Gailliot P, Jacob R, et al. Comptes rendus de l’Académie des sciences (Paris), 1952, 235, 59–60.
[2] Haloperidol: fifteen years of clinical experience. Ayd FJ. Diseases of the Nervous System 1972, 33, 459–69.
[3] Haloperidol versus chlorpromazine for treatment of schizophrenia. C. Leucht, M. Kitzmantel, L. Chua, J. Kane, and S. Leucht. Schizophr Bull 2008, 34, 813-815.
[4] Antipsychotics - the future of schizophrenia treatment. G. Beaumont. Curr Med Res Opin. 2000,16, 37-42.
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[6] P. Joost, A. Methner. Phylogenetic analysis of 277 human G-protein-coupled receptors as a tool for the prediction of orphan receptor ligands. Gen. Biol. 2002, 3, 0063.

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Axon ID Name Description From price
1492 Agomelatine Melatonin agonist; 5-HT2C antagonist €75.00
1503 Asenapine maleate Atypical antipsychotic €70.00
1146 Clozapine Atypical antipsychotic €50.00
1142 Eltoprazine hydrochloride 5-HT1A and 5-HT1B agonist €82.00
2851 GMC 1-161 Clozapine analog with 5-HT2A, M1 and D2 affinity, devoid of D1 affinities €135.00
1152 GMC 1-165 Clozapine analog with 5-HT2A and M1 affinity, devoid of D1/D2 affinities €135.00
1493 Iloperidone Atypical antipsychotic €85.00
1147 Isoclozapine Typical antipsychotic €135.00
1138 Mirtazapine 5-HT antidepressant €65.00
1214 MK 212 hydrochloride 5-HT2C agonist €75.00
1298 Olanzapine Atypical antipsychotic €75.00
1247 PNU 22394 hydrochloride Potent 5-HT ligand with full agonistic properties for 5-HT2C €90.00
1118 RO 60-0175 5-HT2C agonist €140.00
4092 SB 242084 Selective 5-HT2C receptor antagonist €110.00
1745 SB 242084 hydrochloride Selective 5-HT2C receptor antagonist €110.00
2889 VA012 Positive allosteric modulator (PAM) of 5-HT2C receptor €105.00
1446 Ziprasidone hydrochloride Atypical antipsychotic €50.00

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