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Title: Cy-208,243  
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Subject: List of dopaminergic drugs, Dopamine receptor D1, Dinoxyline, Nafadotride, SKF-89,145
Collection: Dopamine Agonists, Ergolines
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Systematic (IUPAC) name
Clinical data
Legal status
CAS number  YesY
ATC code ?
ChemSpider  N
Chemical data
Formula C19H18N2 
Mol. mass 274.359 g/mol

CY-208,243 is a drug which acts as a dopamine agonist selective for the D1 subtype. Unlike most D1-selective agonists, it shows efficacy in animal models of Parkinson's disease.[1][2][3][4][5]


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  2. ^ Beninger RJ, Rolfe NG (December 1995). "Dopamine D1-like receptor agonists impair responding for conditioned reward in rats". Behavioural Pharmacology 6 (8): 785–793.  
  3. ^ Luquin MR, Guillén J, Legarda I, Cruz Rodriguez M, Del Rio L, Dominguez J, Martínez-Lage JM (1996). "Pulsatile administration of D1 but not D2 dopamine agonists induces behavioral tolerance in MPTP-treated monkeys". Advances in Neurology 69: 239–44.  
  4. ^ D'Aquila PS, Panin F, Cossu M, Peana AT, Serra G (January 2003). "Dopamine D1 receptor agonists induce penile erections in rats". European Journal of Pharmacology 460 (1): 71–4.  
  5. ^ Salamone JD, Carlson BB, Rios C, Lentini E, Correa M, Wisniecki A, Betz A (January 2005). "Dopamine agonists suppress cholinomimetic-induced tremulous jaw movements in an animal model of Parkinsonism: tremorolytic effects of pergolide, ropinirole and CY 208-243". Behavioural Brain Research 156 (2): 173–9.  

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