Target General Infomation
Target ID
T67162
Former ID
TTDS00012
Target Name
D(2) dopamine receptor
Gene Name
DRD2
Synonyms
Dopamine D2 receptor; Dopamine receptor 2; DRD2
Target Type
Successful
Disease Anxiety disorder [ICD9: 300, 311; ICD10: F32, F40-F42]
Alcohol use disorders [ICD9: 303; ICD10: F10.2]
Allergy [ICD9: 995.3; ICD10: T78.4]
Asthma; Bronchitis [ICD9: 466, 490, 491, 493; ICD10: J20-J21, J42, J45]
Alzheimer disease [ICD9: 331; ICD10: G30]
Advanced stage Parkinson's disease [ICD9: 332; ICD10: F02.3, G20]
Breast cancer [ICD9: 174, 175; ICD10: C50]
Bacterial infections [ICD9: 001-009, 010-018, 020-027, 030-041, 080-088, 090-099, 100-104; ICD10: A00-B99]
Bipolar disorder [ICD9: 296.0, 296.1, 296.4, 296.5, 296.6, 296.7, 296.8, 300; ICD10: F31, F40-F42]
Bipolar disorder; Schizophrenia [ICD9:296.0, 296.1, 296.4, 296.5, 296.6, 296.7, 296.8, 300, 295; ICD10: F31, F40-F42, F20]
Corneal vascularity; Hyperaemia; Itching [ICD10: L29]
Cardiac failure [ICD10: I50]
Cardiotonic [ICD10: I50]
Cerebrovascular ischaemia [ICD9: 434.91; ICD10: I61-I63]
Carcinoid syndrome; Acromegaly [ICD9:253; ICD10: E34.0, E22.0]
Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease [ICD9: 490-492, 494-496; ICD10: J40-J44, J47]
Depressive fatigue [ICD9: 780.71; ICD10: R53.82]
Dermal necrosis [ICD10: K05]
Emesis [ICD9: 787; ICD10: R11]
Fibrosis [ICD9: 709.2; ICD10: L90.5]
False perceptions; Bipolar disorder [ICD9:297, 780.1, 296.0, 296.1, 296.4, 296.5, 296.6, 296.7, 296.8, 300; ICD10: F22, R44, F31, F40-F42]
Glaucoma [ICD9: 365; ICD10: H40-H42]
Gastrointestinal problems [ICD9: 536, 750; ICD10: K30-K31, Q40-Q41]
Huntington's disease [ICD9: 294.1, 333.4; ICD10: F02.2, G10]
Hypotension [ICD9: 458, 796.3; ICD10: I95]
Hypertension [ICD9: 401; ICD10: I10-I16]
Hyperprolactinemia [ICD9: 253.1; ICD10: E22.1]
Heart failure [ICD9: 428; ICD10: I50]
Hypertension; Angina pectoris [ICD9:401, 413; ICD10: I10-I16, I20]
Inflammatory disease [ICD9: 140-229, 147, 173, 573.3, 710-719; ICD10: C11, C44, K75.9, M00-M25]
Inflammatory bowel disease [ICD9: 555, 556; ICD10: K50, K51]
Idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura [ICD9: 287.31; ICD10: D69.3]
Insomnia [ICD9: 307.41, 307.42, 327.0, 780.51, 780.52; ICD10: F51.0, G47.0]
Maintain blood pressure in hypotensive states [ICD10: I10]
Major depressive disorder [ICD9: 296.2, 296.3, 710.0; ICD10: F32, F33, M32]
Malignant phaeochromocytoma; Benign prostatic hypertrophy; Malignant essential hypertension [ICD10: N40, C61]
Migraine headaches [ICD9: 346; ICD10: G43]
Nausea; Vomiting [ICD9: 787, 787.0; ICD10: R11]
Nasal congestion [ICD9: 478.19; ICD10: J34.89]
Non-small cell lung cancer [ICD10: C33-C34]
Ophthalmic disease [ICD10: H00-H59]
Parkinson's disease; Restless legs syndrome [ICD9: 332, 333.94; ICD10: F02.3, G20, G25.8]
Psychiatric disorder [ICD9: 290-319; ICD10: F01-F99]
Parkinson's disease [ICD9: 332; ICD10: G20]
Peripheral vasoconstriction; Pulmonary hypertension [ICD9:443, 416; ICD10: I73, I27.0, I27.2]
Postpartum haemorrhage [ICD9: 666; ICD10: O72]
Psychosis [ICD10: F20-F29]
Psychotic disorders [ICD9: 290-299; ICD10: F20-F29]
Pain; Inflammatory diseases [ICD9: 338,780; ICD10: R52, G89]
Sexual dysfunction [ICD9: 302.7; ICD10: F52]
Schizophrenia [ICD9: 295; ICD10: F20]
Schizophrenia; Bipolar disorder [ICD9: 295, 296; ICD10: F20, F31]
Schizophrenia; Schizoaffective disorders [ICD9: 295, 295.70; ICD10: F20, F25]
Substance dependence [ICD10: F10-F19]
Schizoaffective disorder; Schizophrenia [ICD9: 295, 295.70; ICD10: F20, F25]
Function
Dopamine receptor whose activity is mediated by G proteins which inhibit adenylyl cyclase.
BioChemical Class
GPCR rhodopsin
Target Validation
T67162
UniProt ID
Sequence
MDPLNLSWYDDDLERQNWSRPFNGSDGKADRPHYNYYATLLTLLIAVIVFGNVLVCMAVS
REKALQTTTNYLIVSLAVADLLVATLVMPWVVYLEVVGEWKFSRIHCDIFVTLDVMMCTA
SILNLCAISIDRYTAVAMPMLYNTRYSSKRRVTVMISIVWVLSFTISCPLLFGLNNADQN
ECIIANPAFVVYSSIVSFYVPFIVTLLVYIKIYIVLRRRRKRVNTKRSSRAFRAHLRAPL
KGNCTHPEDMKLCTVIMKSNGSFPVNRRRVEAARRAQELEMEMLSSTSPPERTRYSPIPP
SHHQLTLPDPSHHGLHSTPDSPAKPEKNGHAKDHPKIAKIFEIQTMPNGKTRTSLKTMSR
RKLSQQKEKKATQMLAIVLGVFIICWLPFFITHILNIHCDCNIPPVLYSAFTWLGYVNSA
VNPIIYTTFNIEFRKAFLKILHC
Structure
1I15; 2YOU
Drugs and Mode of Action
Drug(s) Acetophenazine Drug Info Approved False perceptions; Bipolar disorder [538457], [551871]
Amisulpride Drug Info Approved Schizophrenia [536361], [543330]
Aniracetam Drug Info Approved Cerebrovascular ischaemia [467478], [526084]
Apomorphine Drug Info Approved Parkinson's disease [525056], [540260]
Aripiprazole Drug Info Approved Schizophrenia [537632], [540346]
Bevantolol Drug Info Approved Hypertension; Angina pectoris [536361], [551871]
Bromocriptine Drug Info Approved Parkinson's disease [536285], [540438]
Cabergoline Drug Info Approved Hyperprolactinemia [536285], [540505]
Cariprazine Drug Info Approved Bipolar disorder [532651], [542650]
Carphenazine Drug Info Approved Insomnia [551871]
Chlorpromazine Drug Info Approved Schizophrenia [538339], [543051]
Chlorprothixene Drug Info Approved Psychotic disorders [538474]
Dapiprazole Drug Info Approved Glaucoma [551871]
Denopamine Drug Info Approved Cardiotonic [540779], [551871]
Dihydroergotamine Drug Info Approved Migraine headaches [537885], [538723]
Dihydroergotoxine Drug Info Approved Alzheimer disease [534844]
Docarpamine Drug Info Approved Hypertension [551871]
Domperidone Drug Info Approved Gastrointestinal problems [536732], [543331]
Dopamine Drug Info Approved Parkinson's disease [536463], [543313]
Dopexamine Drug Info Approved Cardiac failure [551871]
Droperidol Drug Info Approved Nausea; Vomiting [538243], [542182]
Ephedrine Drug Info Approved Asthma; Bronchitis [536322], [540937]
Ergonovine Drug Info Approved Postpartum haemorrhage [538389], [538934]
Fluspirilene Drug Info Approved Schizophrenia [543173], [550728]
Haloperidol Drug Info Approved Schizophrenia [536361], [543216]
Ibopamine hci Drug Info Approved Cardiotonic [551871]
Iloperidone Drug Info Approved Schizophrenia [530677], [543255]
Levodopa Drug Info Approved Parkinson's disease [540492]
Levomepromazine Drug Info Approved Psychosis [551871]
Lisuride Drug Info Approved Parkinson's disease [467639], [536217]
Loxapine Drug Info Approved Schizophrenia [551871]
Lurasidone hydrochloride Drug Info Approved Schizophrenia [530859], [531351], [542486], [551871]
Mephentermine Drug Info Approved Maintain blood pressure in hypotensive states [551871]
Mesoridazine Drug Info Approved Schizophrenia [538478], [542242]
Metaraminol Drug Info Approved Hypotension [538343], [542244]
Methamfetamine Drug Info Approved Pain; Inflammatory diseases [536103]
Methyldopa Drug Info Approved Hypertension [468270], [538218]
Metoclopramide Drug Info Approved Nausea; Vomiting [538220], [539539]
Molindone Drug Info Approved Schizophrenia [538485], [539311]
N-0923 Drug Info Approved Parkinson's disease [528061], [529282]
Naphazoline Drug Info Approved Corneal vascularity; Hyperaemia; Itching [551871]
Nemonapride Drug Info Approved Schizophrenia [536463], [543347]
Olanzapine Drug Info Approved Schizophrenia [467939], [535119]
OPC-34712 Drug Info Approved Major depressive disorder [523551], [542651]
PD-172760 Drug Info Approved Schizophrenia [536463]
Perazine Drug Info Approved Psychotic disorders [551871]
Pergolide Drug Info Approved Parkinson's disease [468029], [536285]
Perphenazine Drug Info Approved Schizophrenia; Bipolar disorder [539323], [549998]
Phenoxybenzamine Drug Info Approved Malignant phaeochromocytoma; Benign prostatic hypertrophy; Malignant essential hypertension [551871]
Phentolamine Drug Info Approved Dermal necrosis [468130], [538172]
Phenylephrine Drug Info Approved Ophthalmic disease [468078], [538192]
Phenyltoloxamine Drug Info Approved Allergy [551871]
Pimozide Drug Info Approved Schizophrenia [538488], [543290]
Piperacetazine Drug Info Approved Schizophrenia [551871]
Pramipexole Drug Info Approved Parkinson's disease [536580], [543322]
Prochlorperazine Drug Info Approved Nausea; Vomiting [538160], [542299]
Pseudoephedrine Drug Info Approved Nasal congestion [538291], [542306]
Quetiapine Drug Info Approved Schizophrenia [468121], [536773]
Quinagolide Drug Info Approved Hyperprolactinemia [536361]
Risperidone Drug Info Approved Schizophrenia [536526], [543327]
Ropinirole Drug Info Approved Parkinson's disease [537532], [542315]
Sulpiride Drug Info Approved Schizophrenia [537476], [543328]
Thiethylperazine Drug Info Approved Nausea; Vomiting [538460], [542328]
Thioridazine Drug Info Approved Schizophrenia [538368], [538609]
Thiothixene Drug Info Approved Schizophrenia [538226], [539343]
Tiapride Drug Info Approved Alcohol use disorders [551871]
Tolazoline Drug Info Approved Peripheral vasoconstriction; Pulmonary hypertension [538395], [542333], [551871]
Ziprasidone Drug Info Approved Schizophrenia [536526], [541192]
Zuclopenthixol Drug Info Approved Schizophrenia [542559], [550679]
Raclopride Drug Info Phase 4 Psychotic disorders [524579], [543312]
Talipexole Drug Info Phase 4 Discovery agent [524901], [540844]
Bis(olanzapine) pamoate monohydrate Drug Info Phase 3 Psychotic disorders [551871]
Blonanserin Drug Info Phase 3 Schizophrenia [536463], [542649]
CQA 206-291 Drug Info Phase 3 Parkinson's disease [531697]
Entacapone+levodopa+carbidopa Drug Info Phase 3 Parkinson's disease; Restless legs syndrome [544058]
Lisuride Drug Info Phase 3 Fibrosis [521931]
Pridopidine Drug Info Phase 3 Huntington's disease [522303]
RBP-7000 Drug Info Phase 3 Non-small cell lung cancer [524709]
Sumanirole Drug Info Phase 3 Parkinson's disease [536923], [540570]
Zicronapine Drug Info Phase 3 Schizophrenia [523357]
P2B-001 Drug Info Phase 2/3 Parkinson's disease [524487]
APD-403 Drug Info Phase 2 Emesis [524298]
Aplindore fumarate Drug Info Phase 2 Schizophrenia [536463]
BIM23A760 Drug Info Phase 2 Carcinoid syndrome; Acromegaly [528145], [536738]
BL-1020 Drug Info Phase 2 Schizophrenia [536463]
CGS-15873A Drug Info Phase 2 Psychotic disorders [544883]
CLR-3001 Drug Info Phase 2 Major depressive disorder [549113]
Intranasal apomorphine Drug Info Phase 2 Sexual dysfunction [527086]
JNJ-37822681 Drug Info Phase 2 Schizophrenia [522393]
Mazapertine succinate Drug Info Phase 2 Psychotic disorders [534644]
Ocaperidone Drug Info Phase 2 Schizophrenia; Schizoaffective disorders [467839], [526792], [536463]
Pardoprunox Drug Info Phase 2 Advanced stage Parkinson's disease [536580]
PD-143188 Drug Info Phase 2 Psychotic disorders [546028]
ROXINDOLE Drug Info Phase 2 Psychotic disorders [468254], [534084]
RP5063 Drug Info Phase 2 Schizoaffective disorder; Schizophrenia [523723]
SDZ-MAR-327 Drug Info Phase 2 Psychotic disorders [534772], [536463]
XP-21279 Drug Info Phase 2 Parkinson's disease [523123]
(-)-3PPP, Maryland Drug Info Phase 1 Schizophrenia [526776]
1192U90 Drug Info Phase 1 Psychotic disorders [534252]
Abaperidone Drug Info Phase 1 Schizophrenia [551815]
Carmoxirole Drug Info Phase 1 Hypertension [526775]
Dopamine Drug Info Phase 1 Hypotension [543313], [551871]
Lu-02-750 Drug Info Phase 1 Parkinson's disease [548985]
Lu-AE04621 Drug Info Phase 1 Parkinson's disease [549066]
SKL-10406 Drug Info Phase 1 Major depressive disorder [549136]
SSR-181507 Drug Info Phase 1 Schizophrenia [536463]
Umespirone Drug Info Phase 1 Anxiety disorder [544712]
YKP-1358 Drug Info Phase 1 Schizophrenia; Schizoaffective disorders [536463]
D1 agonist D2 antagonist Drug Info Preclinical Schizophrenia [536463]
F-15063 Drug Info Preclinical Schizophrenia [548528]
Org-23366 Drug Info Preclinical Schizophrenia [536463]
PD-157695 Drug Info Preclinical Schizophrenia [536463]
PD-158771 Drug Info Preclinical Schizophrenia [536463]
PGX-200097 Drug Info Preclinical Schizophrenia [548315]
S32504 Drug Info Preclinical Parkinson's disease [526972]
Carphenazine Drug Info Withdrawn from market Schizophrenia [542148], [550749]
Fencamfamine Drug Info Withdrawn from market Depressive fatigue [550709]
Flupenthixol Drug Info Withdrawn from market Schizophrenia [536814], [543333]
Nomifensine Drug Info Withdrawn from market Breast cancer [468021], [551871]
Remoxipride Drug Info Withdrawn from market Schizophrenia [526174]
Sertindole Drug Info Withdrawn from market Schizophrenia [528387], [543343]
(S)-amisulpride Drug Info Discontinued in Phase 4 Schizophrenia [536463]
Bifeprunox Drug Info Discontinued in Phase 3 Schizophrenia [536463]
Lamectacin Drug Info Discontinued in Phase 3 Bacterial infections [547323]
NOLOMIROLE HYDROCHLORIDE Drug Info Discontinued in Phase 3 Heart failure [545464]
Sibenadet Drug Info Discontinued in Phase 3 Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease [536661]
TIOSPIRONE Drug Info Discontinued in Phase 3 Discovery agent [538617], [544679]
ATI-9242 Drug Info Discontinued in Phase 2 Schizophrenia [548733]
BAM-1110 Drug Info Discontinued in Phase 2 Parkinson's disease [545888]
Declopramide Drug Info Discontinued in Phase 2 Inflammatory bowel disease [546239]
FOSOPAMINE Drug Info Discontinued in Phase 2 Hypertension [545255]
MAZAPERTINE Drug Info Discontinued in Phase 2 Discovery agent [545274]
Naxagolide Drug Info Discontinued in Phase 2 Parkinson's disease [545272]
PF-217830 Drug Info Discontinued in Phase 2 Bipolar disorder; Schizophrenia [548438]
Romergoline Drug Info Discontinued in Phase 2 Anxiety disorder [544873]
Sarizotan Drug Info Discontinued in Phase 2 Parkinson's disease [536923]
SAVOXEPIN MESYLATE Drug Info Discontinued in Phase 2 Psychotic disorders [544699]
SLV-310 Drug Info Discontinued in Phase 2 Schizophrenia [536463]
AM-831 Drug Info Discontinued in Phase 1 Schizophrenia [547459]
DU-29894 Drug Info Discontinued in Phase 1 Psychotic disorders [544888]
Ordopidine Drug Info Discontinued in Phase 1 Psychotic disorders [548392]
S-18327 Drug Info Discontinued in Phase 1 Psychotic disorders [546690]
SDZ-GLC-756 Drug Info Discontinued in Phase 1 Glaucoma [546521]
SLV-313 Drug Info Discontinued in Phase 1 Schizophrenia [536463]
1192U90 Drug Info Terminated Schizophrenia [536463]
A-80426 Drug Info Terminated Discovery agent [546043]
AMR-103 Drug Info Terminated Parkinson's disease [548466]
BIMG80 Drug Info Terminated Psychotic disorders [546146]
CGP-25454A Drug Info Terminated Major depressive disorder [545667]
CP-903397 Drug Info Terminated Schizophrenia [548436]
E-2040 Drug Info Terminated Schizophrenia [546598]
Etrabamine Drug Info Terminated Parkinson's disease [545467]
GMC-283 Drug Info Terminated Schizophrenia [536463]
HMR-2934 Drug Info Terminated Schizophrenia [536463]
LY-243062 Drug Info Terminated Inflammatory disease [545858]
NGD-93-1 Drug Info Terminated Psychotic disorders [545340]
NNC-22-0031 Drug Info Terminated Psychotic disorders [534327]
Org-10490 Drug Info Terminated Psychotic disorders [551630]
PD-128483 Drug Info Terminated Discovery agent [545125]
PNU-96391A Drug Info Terminated Substance dependence [532971]
RWJ-25730 Drug Info Terminated Psychotic disorders [544892]
S32504 Drug Info Terminated Major depressive disorder [547082]
SDZ-MAR-327 Drug Info Terminated Schizophrenia [536463]
SLV-307 Drug Info Terminated Parkinson's disease [551583]
Y-20024 Drug Info Terminated Psychotic disorders [544868]
Y-931 Drug Info Terminated Schizophrenia [536463]
ZD-3638 Drug Info Terminated Schizophrenia [536463]
Inhibitor (+)-(1R,1'S)-berbamunine hydrochloride Drug Info [551356]
(+)-(1R,1'S)-thaligrisine hydrochloride Drug Info [551356]
(+)-3-(1-Propyl-piperidin-3-yl)-phenol Drug Info [530310]
(+)-BUTACLAMOL Drug Info [527368]
(+/-)-7-hydroxy-2-(N,N-di-n-propylamino)tetralin Drug Info [529836]
(+/-)-nantenine Drug Info [530558]
(-)-(1S,1'R)-O,O-dimethylgrisbine hydrochloride Drug Info [551356]
(-)-3-(1-Propyl-piperidin-3-yl)-benzonitrile Drug Info [533938]
(-)-5-hydroxy-2-(dipropylamino)tetralin Drug Info [530606]
(4-Ethynyl-cyclohex-3-enyl)-dipropyl-amine Drug Info [525701]
(4-Quinolin-2-ylpiperazin-1-yl)acetic Acid Drug Info [530114]
(5-Methoxy-chroman-3-yl)-dipropyl-amine Drug Info [534244]
(R)-(+)-coclaurine Drug Info [534656]
(R)-(-)-10-methyl-11-hydroxyaporphine Drug Info [528876]
(R)-(-)-11-hydroxy-N-n-propylnoraporphine Drug Info [529289]
(R)-(-)-2-methoxy-11-hydroxyaporphine Drug Info [529289]
(R)-(-)-2-methoxy-N-npropylnorapomorphine Drug Info [529289]
(R)-(-)-2-Methyl-apomorphine hydrochloride Drug Info [529328]
(R)-(-)-2-Phenyl-apomorphine hydrochloride Drug Info [529328]
(R)-(-)-N-ethyl-2-methoxy-11-hydroxynoraporphine Drug Info [529289]
(R)-(-)-N-propyl-2-methoxy-11-hydroxynoraporphine Drug Info [529289]
(S)-BULBOCAPNINE Drug Info [528616]
(S)-secoantioquine hydrochloride Drug Info [551356]
(S)APOMORPHINE Drug Info [530342]
(S,R)-antioquine hydrochloride Drug Info [551356]
(S,R)-isotetrandrine hydrochloride Drug Info [551356]
(S,R)-pseudoxandrine hydrochloride Drug Info [551356]
(S,S)-oxandrine hydrochloride Drug Info [551356]
1,2,3,7,12,12a-hexahydro-1-aza-pleiadene-5,6-diol Drug Info [528616]
1,2-Bis-[R-(-)-apomorphine-2'-oxy]ethane Drug Info [529349]
1,6-bis(4-(3-chlorophenyl)piperazin-1-yl)hexane Drug Info [530927]
1,6-bis(4-(3-methoxyphenyl)piperazin-1-yl)hexane Drug Info [530927]
1,6-bis(4-(pyridin-2-yl)piperazin-1-yl)hexane Drug Info [530927]
1,6-bis(4-m-tolylpiperazin-1-yl)hexane Drug Info [530927]
1,6-bis(4-phenylpiperazin-1-yl)hexane Drug Info [530927]
1-(3-Hydroxyphenyl)-4-propylpiperazine Drug Info [530725]
1-(4-(1H-pyrazol-1-yl)benzyl)-4-phenylpiperazine Drug Info [528099]
1-(4-(4-phenyl-1-piperazinyl)butyl)indolin-2-one Drug Info [528904]
1-(benzyloxy)-2-(2-phenylethyl)benzene Drug Info [528493]
1-(benzyloxy)-2-[2-(3-methoxyphenyl)ethyl]benzene Drug Info [528493]
1-Aminomethyl-3-cyclohexyl-isochroman-5,6-diol Drug Info [529371]
1-Aminomethyl-isochroman-5,6-diol Drug Info [530404]
1-Benzyl-4-(2-ethynyl-pyrrol-1-yl)-piperidine Drug Info [525629]
1-Benzyl-4-(2-iodo-pyrrol-1-yl)-piperidine Drug Info [525629]
1-Benzyl-4-(2-oxazol-5-yl-pyrrol-1-yl)-piperidine Drug Info [525629]
1-Benzyl-4-(3-hydroxyphenyl)piperidine Drug Info [530725]
1-Benzyl-4-(3-oxazol-5-yl-pyrrol-1-yl)-piperidine Drug Info [525629]
1-Benzyl-4-pyrrol-1-yl-piperidine Drug Info [525629]
1-Benzyl-4-[3-(methylsulfonyl)phenyl]piperazine Drug Info [530725]
1-Benzyl-4-[3-(methylsulfonyl)phenyl]piperidine Drug Info [530725]
1-Dibenzo[b,f]oxepin-10-yl-4-methyl-piperazine Drug Info [533570]
1-Methyl-1,2,3,4-tetrahydro-isoquinoline-6,7-diol Drug Info [551342]
1-Propyl-3-(3-trifluoromethyl-phenyl)-pyrrolidine Drug Info [551334]
1-Propyl-3-m-tolyl-piperidine hydrochloride Drug Info [526495]
1-Propyl-3-o-tolyl-piperidine hydrochloride Drug Info [526495]
1-Propyl-3-p-tolyl-piperidine hydrochloride Drug Info [526495]
1-[(3-methoxybenzyl)oxy]-2-(2-phenylethyl)benzene Drug Info [528493]
1-[2-(2-Benzyl-phenoxy)-ethyl]-piperidine Drug Info [527160]
1-[3-(2-Benzyl-phenoxy)-propyl]-pyrrolidine Drug Info [527160]
1-[3-(Methylsulfonyl)phenyl]-4-propylpiperazine Drug Info [530725]
2,3-Dihydro-1H-indol-5-ol Drug Info [551342]
2-(4-Dipropylamino-cyclohexylidene)-malononitrile Drug Info [525701]
2-methoxyapomorphine Drug Info [529349]
2-Methyl-8-phenyl-1,2,3,4-tetrahydro-isoquinoline Drug Info [533578]
2-{[2-(2-phenylethyl)phenoxy]methyl}pyridine Drug Info [528493]
2-{[R-(-)-Apomorphine-2'-oxy]ethoxy}-ethanol Drug Info [529349]
3,8-dibromoboldine Drug Info [525759]
3-(1-Propyl-pyrrolidin-3-yl)-phenol Drug Info [551334]
3-(2,3-Dimethyl-phenyl)-1-propyl-piperidine Drug Info [534764]
3-(2,3-Dimethyl-phenyl)-piperidine Drug Info [534764]
3-(2,4-Dimethyl-phenyl)-1-propyl-piperidine Drug Info [534764]
3-(2,5-Dimethyl-phenyl)-1-propyl-piperidine Drug Info [534764]
3-(2,6-Dimethyl-phenyl)-1-propyl-piperidine Drug Info [534764]
3-(2-Benzylamino-ethoxy)-phenol Drug Info [525599]
3-(3,4-Dimethyl-phenyl)-1-propyl-piperidine Drug Info [534764]
3-(3,4-Dimethyl-phenyl)-piperidine Drug Info [534764]
3-(3,5-Dimethyl-phenyl)-1-propyl-piperidine Drug Info [534764]
3-(3,5-Dimethyl-phenyl)-piperidine Drug Info [534764]
3-(4-Benzyl-piperazin-1-yl)-phenol Drug Info [534802]
3-(4-Benzyl-piperidin-1-ylmethyl)-chroman-4-one Drug Info [527368]
3-(4-Methyl-piperidin-1-ylmethyl)-1H-indole Drug Info [534131]
3-(4-Phenyl-piperazin-1-ylmethyl)-1H-indole Drug Info [534131]
3-(4-Phenyl-piperidin-1-ylmethyl)-1H-indole Drug Info [534131]
3-(N-propylpiperidin-4-yl)phenol Drug Info [530725]
3-(Octahydro-indolizin-8-yl)-phenol Drug Info [530318]
3-(Octahydro-quinolizin-1-yl)-phenol Drug Info [530318]
3-(Octahydro-quinolizin-3-yl)-phenol Drug Info [530318]
3-bromoboldine Drug Info [525759]
3-Butyl-2,3,4,5-tetrahydro-1H-benzo[d]azepin-6-ol Drug Info [526822]
3-Chloroboldine Drug Info [525759]
3-Cyclohexyl-1-propyl-piperidine hydrochloride Drug Info [526495]
3-Ethyl-2,3,4,5-tetrahydro-1H-benzo[d]azepin-6-ol Drug Info [526822]
3-Iodoboldine Drug Info [525759]
3-Naphthalen-1-yl-1-propyl-pyrrolidine Drug Info [551334]
3-Naphthalen-1-yl-pyrrolidine Drug Info [551334]
3-Phenyl-1-propyl-piperidine hydrochloride Drug Info [526495]
3-Phenyl-1-propyl-pyrrolidine Drug Info [551334]
3-Phenyl-pyrrolidine Drug Info [551334]
3-{[2-(2-phenylethyl)phenoxy]methyl}pyridine Drug Info [528493]
4-(2-Benzylamino-ethoxy)-1,3-dihydro-indol-2-one Drug Info [525599]
4-(4-Benzyl-piperazin-1-yl)-1H-benzoimidazole Drug Info [534802]
4-(4-Benzyl-piperazin-1-yl)-1H-indole Drug Info [534802]
4-(4-Benzyl-piperazin-1-yl)-5-chloro-1H-indole Drug Info [534802]
4-(4-Benzyl-piperazin-1-yl)-7-bromo-1H-indole Drug Info [534802]
4-(4-butylpiperidin-1-yl)-1-o-tolylbutan-1-one Drug Info [531079]
4-Benzyl-1-chroman-2-ylmethyl-piperidine Drug Info [527368]
4-Benzyl-1-chroman-3-ylmethyl-piperidine Drug Info [527368]
4-Benzyl-1-indan-2-ylmethyl-piperidine Drug Info [527368]
4-[3-(Methylsulfonyl)phenyl]-1-propylpiperidine Drug Info [530725]
7-(2-Amino-ethyl)-4-hydroxy-3H-benzothiazol-2-one Drug Info [533390]
7-(2-Dipropylamino-ethyl)-3H-benzothiazol-2-one Drug Info [533390]
A-690344 Drug Info [527867]
A-70108 Drug Info [530404]
A-706149 Drug Info [527843]
A-80426 Drug Info [527799]
Aniracetam Drug Info [551390]
ANOLOBINE Drug Info [528616]
ANONAINE Drug Info [528616]
Azaperone Drug Info [533796]
Benzyl-[2-(1H-indazol-4-yloxy)-ethyl]-amine Drug Info [525599]
Benzyl-[2-(1H-indol-4-yloxy)-ethyl]-amine Drug Info [525599]
Bis-{[R-(-)-apomorphine-2-oxy]ethyl} ether Drug Info [529349]
BOLDINE Drug Info [525759]
BRL-25594 Drug Info [526544]
BRL-26175 Drug Info [533954]
CLEBOPRIDE Drug Info [526544]
D-189 Drug Info [529420]
D-190 Drug Info [529420]
D-192 Drug Info [529420]
D-193 Drug Info [529420]
D-203 Drug Info [529420]
D-210 Drug Info [529420]
D-218 Drug Info [529420]
D-219 Drug Info [529420]
D-220 Drug Info [529420]
D-237 Drug Info [529836]
D-264 Drug Info [530117]
D-315 Drug Info [531014]
D-366 Drug Info [530606]
EPIDEPRIDE Drug Info [533883]
Ethyl-(4,5,6,7-tetrahydro-2H-indazol-5-yl)-amine Drug Info [533152]
ETICLOPRIDE Drug Info [530325]
Etoloxamine Drug Info [527160]
FLUANISONE Drug Info [533378]
FLUMEZAPINE Drug Info [533165]
FLUTROLINE Drug Info [533512]
GLAUCINE Drug Info [528616]
IBZM Drug Info [533883]
IODOPRIDE Drug Info [533883]
IODOSULPIRIDE Drug Info [533883]
ISOCLOZAPINE Drug Info [534532]
ISOLOXAPINE Drug Info [533577]
L-741626 Drug Info [551224]
MAZAPERTINE Drug Info [533800]
MCL-515 Drug Info [529850]
MCL-516 Drug Info [529850]
N-(4-Dipropylaminobutyl)-4-biphenylcarboxamide Drug Info [529734]
N-Benzyl-4-(2-diphenyl)-1-piperazinehexanamide Drug Info [529703]
N-Ethyl-2-methylnorapomorphine hydrochloride Drug Info [530150]
N-Ethyl-2-phenylnorapomorphine hydrochloride Drug Info [530150]
N-METHYLSPIPERONE Drug Info [527170]
N-Propyl-2-methylnorapomorphine hydrochloride Drug Info [530150]
N-Propyl-2-phenylnorapomorphine hydrochloride Drug Info [530150]
NOR-ROEFRACTINE Drug Info [534656]
OCTOCLOTHEPIN Drug Info [531171]
P2B-001 Drug Info [534641]
PD-128483 Drug Info [551251]
PD-135111 Drug Info [551251]
PD-135146 Drug Info [551251]
PD-135188 Drug Info [551251]
PD-135222 Drug Info [551251]
PD-135385 Drug Info [551251]
PD-135478 Drug Info [551251]
PD-135540 Drug Info [551251]
PD-137789 Drug Info [551251]
PD-137821 Drug Info [551251]
PD-168077 Drug Info [526495]
PD-172938 Drug Info [534794]
PD-172939 Drug Info [534794]
PG-01037 Drug Info [528974]
PGX-200097 Drug Info [531048]
Phenyltoloxamine Drug Info [527160]
Preclamol Drug Info [530318]
Propyl-(4,5,6,7-tetrahydro-2H-indazol-5-yl)-amine Drug Info [533152]
PUKATEINE Drug Info [528616]
QUINPIROLE Drug Info [534764]
R-N-PROPYLNORAPOMORPHINE Drug Info [529289]
Ro-21-7767 Drug Info [533759]
Rolicyclidine Drug Info [551388]
ROXINDOLE Drug Info [527191]
SB-258719 Drug Info [526032]
SB-271046 Drug Info [529191]
SCH-24518 Drug Info [533416]
SK&F-89626 Drug Info [530341]
SKF-89124A Drug Info [533390]
SLV-314 Drug Info [527822]
SNAP-94847 Drug Info [528972]
SPIPERONE Drug Info [527368]
STEPHOLIDINE Drug Info [530374]
TIOSPIRONE Drug Info [534093]
UH-232 Drug Info [551330]
UH-301 Drug Info [534363]
WAY-208466 Drug Info [530209]
[2-(1H-Benzoimidazol-4-yloxy)-ethyl]-benzyl-amine Drug Info [525599]
[R-(-)-Apomorphine-2-yl]-(2'-hydroxy-ethyl)ether Drug Info [529349]
Antagonist (+)-S-14297 Drug Info [533585]
(S)-amisulpride Drug Info [536463]
1192U90 Drug Info [536463]
Acetophenazine Drug Info [535384], [537772]
Amisulpride Drug Info [535384], [536014], [536228]
Anti-D Drug Info [536737]
APD-403 Drug Info [543559]
Bevantolol Drug Info [536450], [536477]
BL-1020 Drug Info [536463]
Blonanserin Drug Info [536463]
Carphenazine Drug Info [535384], [537769]
Chlorpromazine Drug Info [537110], [537239], [538131]
Chlorprothixene Drug Info [536986]
CLR-151 Drug Info [543559]
D1 agonist D2 antagonist Drug Info [536463]
Dapiprazole Drug Info [535858]
Domperidone Drug Info [536906], [537754]
Flupenthixol Drug Info [535384], [537355]
Fluspirilene Drug Info [535367]
GMC-283 Drug Info [536463]
Haloperidol Drug Info [535384], [535507]
HMR-2934 Drug Info [536463]
Iloperidone Drug Info [530677], [536463]
Lamectacin Drug Info [536295], [536773]
Loxapine Drug Info [537966]
Metoclopramide Drug Info [536705], [537754]
ML321 Drug Info [525354]
nafadotride Drug Info [534073]
Nomifensine Drug Info [536298], [537851]
Org-23366 Drug Info [536463]
PD-157695 Drug Info [536463]
PD-158771 Drug Info [536463]
PD-172760 Drug Info [536463]
Perphenazine Drug Info [535922], [536570]
Phenoxybenzamine Drug Info [537093]
Phentolamine Drug Info [537387]
Pimozide Drug Info [535384], [536264]
Prochlorperazine Drug Info [536926], [537996]
Raclopride Drug Info [537994]
Remoxipride Drug Info [535384], [537966]
Risperidone Drug Info [536910], [537559]
RP5063 Drug Info [549962], [551645]
S-(-)-sulpiride Drug Info [535012], [535493], [537994]
Sertindole Drug Info [536632], [537440]
SLV-307 Drug Info [527204]
Sulpiride Drug Info [535012], [535493], [537994]
Thiethylperazine Drug Info [537675], [537780]
Thioridazine Drug Info [535616], [536045]
Thiothixene Drug Info [537727]
Tiapride Drug Info [535493]
Tolazoline Drug Info [536163]
Umespirone Drug Info [528329]
Zuclopenthixol Drug Info [534860], [535384]
[3H]N-methylspiperone Drug Info [525665]
[3H]nemonapride Drug Info [526842]
[3H]raclopride Drug Info [533499]
[3H]spiperone Drug Info [525818]
Agonist (-)-3PPP, Maryland Drug Info [536463]
(-)-N-porphynorapomorphine Drug Info [533725]
7-trans-OH-PIPAT Drug Info [533838]
AM-831 Drug Info [550322]
AMR-103 Drug Info [527798]
Aplindore fumarate Drug Info [536293], [536463]
Apomorphine Drug Info [529937]
Aripiprazole Drug Info [536421]
Bromocriptine Drug Info [537057], [537165], [537694]
Cabergoline Drug Info [536995], [537018]
Carmoxirole Drug Info [534755]
CQA 206-291 Drug Info [537689]
Dihydroergotamine Drug Info [536777]
Dihydroergotoxine Drug Info [534844]
Dopamine Drug Info [536358], [536407]
Entacapone+levodopa+carbidopa Drug Info [536121]
Ephedrine Drug Info [536322]
Ergonovine Drug Info [537710]
Fencamfamine Drug Info [537781]
Intranasal apomorphine Drug Info [534197]
JNJ-37822681 Drug Info [532392]
Lisuride Drug Info [536452], [536478], [537763]
LP-12 Drug Info [528956]
LP-211 Drug Info [529703]
LP-44 Drug Info [528956]
Lu-02-750 Drug Info [548986]
Mephentermine Drug Info [534972]
Mesoridazine Drug Info [536134]
Metaraminol Drug Info [538109]
Methamfetamine Drug Info [536103]
Methyldopa Drug Info [536417]
MLS1547 Drug Info [532749]
N-0923 Drug Info [536923]
Naphazoline Drug Info [534898]
Nemonapride Drug Info [536463]
NOLOMIROLE HYDROCHLORIDE Drug Info [526875], [551871]
Olanzapine Drug Info [535119]
Pardoprunox Drug Info [536580]
PD 128907 Drug Info [534074]
PF-03800130 Drug Info [543559]
Phenylephrine Drug Info [534861], [537397]
piribedil Drug Info [526443]
Quetiapine Drug Info [535384], [537077]
Quinagolide Drug Info [535476]
Rotigitine Drug Info [536285]
SAVOXEPIN MESYLATE Drug Info [533887], [551871]
Sumanirole Drug Info [536923]
Talipexole Drug Info [538017]
Uinagolide Drug Info [535476]
UNC0006 Drug Info [531673]
UNC9975 Drug Info [531673]
UNC9994 Drug Info [531673]
WS-50030 Drug Info [543559]
XP-21279 Drug Info [532587]
Y-20024 Drug Info [533174], [551871]
Ziprasidone Drug Info [536935]
Modulator Abaperidone Drug Info [553290]
ATI-9242 Drug Info [550651]
BAM-1110 Drug Info
Bifeprunox Drug Info
BIM23A760 Drug Info [528145]
BIMG80 Drug Info [534408]
Bis(olanzapine) pamoate monohydrate Drug Info [551871]
Cariprazine Drug Info [532651]
CGP-25454A Drug Info [533754]
CGS-15873A Drug Info [550026], [551871]
CLR-3001 Drug Info [549794]
CP-903397 Drug Info [548437]
Declopramide Drug Info [525463]
Denopamine Drug Info [536361]
Docarpamine Drug Info [536361]
Dopexamine Drug Info [536361]
DU-29894 Drug Info [533724]
E-2040 Drug Info [546599]
Etrabamine Drug Info [550139]
F-15063 Drug Info
FOSOPAMINE Drug Info [530448], [551871]
Ibopamine hci Drug Info [533417], [536361]
Levodopa Drug Info [540492]
Levomepromazine Drug Info [556264]
Lu-AE04621 Drug Info [549067]
Lurasidone hydrochloride Drug Info [530859], [531351]
LY-243062 Drug Info [545859]
Mazapertine succinate Drug Info
Naxagolide Drug Info [533809]
NGD-93-1 Drug Info [551646]
NNC-22-0031 Drug Info [534327]
Ocaperidone Drug Info [526792]
OPC-34712 Drug Info
Ordopidine Drug Info [532776]
Org-10490 Drug Info [556264]
PD-143188 Drug Info [534559]
Perazine Drug Info [527325], [551871]
Pergolide Drug Info [556264]
PF-217830 Drug Info
Piperacetazine Drug Info [556264]
PNU-96391A Drug Info [532971]
Pramipexole Drug Info [556264]
Pridopidine Drug Info [531022]
RBP-7000 Drug Info [532645]
Romergoline Drug Info [551899]
Ropinirole Drug Info [556264]
RWJ-25730 Drug Info
S-18327 Drug Info [525657]
S32504 Drug Info [526972]
Sarizotan Drug Info
SDZ-208911 Drug Info [528305], [551871]
SDZ-GLC-756 Drug Info [534322]
SDZ-MAR-327 Drug Info
SEL-73 Drug Info [543559]
Sibenadet Drug Info
SLV-310 Drug Info
SLV-313 Drug Info
SSR-181507 Drug Info
YKP-1358 Drug Info [528644]
Zicronapine Drug Info [549861]
Binder Droperidol Drug Info [535656]
Molindone Drug Info [536346], [538098]
SKL-10406 Drug Info [544111]
Y-931 Drug Info [536463]
ZD-3638 Drug Info [536463]
Stimulator Pseudoephedrine Drug Info [535332], [537761]
Modulator (allosteric modulator) SB269652 Drug Info [532915]
Target Expression Profile (TEP) and Drug Resistance Mutation (DRM)
TEP EXP Info
Pathways
KEGG Pathway Rap1 signaling pathway
cAMP signaling pathway
Neuroactive ligand-receptor interaction
Gap junction
Dopaminergic synapse
Parkinson&#039
s disease
Cocaine addiction
Alcoholism
PANTHER Pathway Heterotrimeric G-protein signaling pathway-Gi alpha and Gs alpha mediated pathway
Heterotrimeric G-protein signaling pathway-Gq alpha and Go alpha mediated pathway
Dopamine receptor mediated signaling pathway
Nicotine pharmacodynamics pathway
Reactome Dopamine receptors
G alpha (i) signalling events
WikiPathways Hypothetical Network for Drug Addiction
Monoamine GPCRs
GPCRs, Class A Rhodopsin-like
Genes and (Common) Pathways Underlying Drug Addiction
GPCR ligand binding
GPCR downstream signaling
Nicotine Activity on Dopaminergic Neurons
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