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Bicuculline and muscimol---GABA

Richard Vickery Richard.Vickery at unsw.edu.au
Sun Jun 1 08:30:47 EST 1997

In article <338D449F.6436 at uclink4.berkeley.edu>,
   matt wachowiak <mattw at uclink4.berkeley.edu> wrote:
>Tim Hays wrote:
>> Does anyone know how long Bicuculline or muscimol can stay frozen in
>> deionized water without significant degredation?  Also, do these
>> substances dissolve into a water "easily"?  Thanks in advance
>> for any help!
>> --
>> _____________________________________
>Bicucculine is not very soluble in water, but bicucculine methiodide 
>is. If you do manage to get bicucculine into solution and freeze it it 
>wil most likely come out of solution upon thawing. Muscimol is freely 
>soluble and can be stored for long periods without significant 
>degradation. That is my experienece at least.


Our bicuculline methiodide was active after up to 6 months frozen storage.

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