EC 3.1.4.* (phosphoric diester hydrolase) inhibitor
An EC 3.1.* (ester hydrolase) inhibitor that interferes with the action of a phosphoric diester hydrolase (EC 3.1.4.*).
Any mammalian metabolite produced during a metabolic reaction in a mouse (Mus musculus).
EC 188.8.131.52 (non-specific serine/threonine protein kinase) inhibitor
An EC 2.7.11.* (protein-serine/threonine kinase) inhibitor that interferes with the action of non-specific serine/threonine protein kinase (EC 184.108.40.206), a kinase enzyme involved in phosphorylation of hydroxy group of serine or threonine.
ryanodine receptor agonist
A ryanodine receptor modulator which activates the receptor. Ryanodine receptors (RyRs) act as selective ion channels, modulating the release of calcium. Activating the receptors causes the release of calcium, so depleting internal calcium and ultimately preventing further muscle contraction.
Any eukaryotic metabolite produced during a metabolic reaction in fungi, the kingdom that includes microorganisms such as the yeasts and moulds.
adenosine A2A receptor antagonist
An antagonist at the A2A receptor.
Any substance which is added to food to preserve or enhance its flavour and/or appearance.
adenosine receptor antagonist
An antagonist at any adenosine receptor.
Any eukaryotic metabolite produced during a metabolic reaction in plants, the kingdom that include flowering plants, conifers and other gymnosperms.
human blood serum metabolite
Any metabolite (endogenous or exogenous) found in human blood serum samples.
A xenobiotic (Greek, xenos "foreign"; bios "life") is a compound that is foreign to a living organism. Principal xenobiotics include: drugs, carcinogens and various compounds that have been introduced into the environment by artificial means.
ryanodine receptor modulator
An agent that increases the frequency of mutations above the normal background level, usually by interacting directly with DNA and causing it damage, including base substitution.
Any intermediate or product resulting from metabolism. The term 'metabolite' subsumes the classes commonly known as primary and secondary metabolites.
(via alkaloid )