CCG-63802 may be used to study G-protein-mediated cell signaling.
GCC-63802 binds to RGS4 and blocks interaction with Goa (IC50 = 1.9 uM). RGS4 (Regulator of G protein Signaling) is one of the RGP proteins responsible for terminating mu opioid receptor signaling. RSG proteins are GTPase activators, and drive G protein subunits to an inactive, GDP-bound form.
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