CGP 3466B has no effect on disease course of (G93A) mSOD1 transgenic mice.

Groeneveld GJ, van Muiswinkel FL, de Leeuw van Weenen J, Blauw H, Veldink JH, Wokke JH, van den Berg LH, Bär PR

There is an accumulating body of evidence that apoptosis is involved in the motor neuron death that occurs in ALS, and in the (G93A) mSOD1 transgenic mouse model (mSOD1 mice). CGP 3466B, a tricyclic propargylamine structurally related to (-)-deprenyl, was found to inhibit apoptosis in a wide variety of in vitro and in vivo models. We therefore studied the effect of CGP 3466B in mSOD1 mice.