The cyclohexene ring of HHCV has been modified to a cyclohexyl ring, making it a hydrogenated derivative of THCV.
The main endogenous receptors with which cannabinoids interact to produce physiological and psychological effects are the cannabinoid receptors CB1 and CB2. Although interactions with other receptors, such as TRPV1 and GPCR55, have been noted in previous research, these interactions may be crucial in the treatment of cancer through the undefined activation or downregulation of particular pathways.
Because cannabis sativa and its subspecies, C. indica and C. ruderalis, often contain just trace levels of cannabinoids like HHC-V, they are regarded as rare. A suggested investigation to determine the cytotoxicity of these unusual cannabinoids toward pancreatic cancer cells is the result of the rare cannabinoids’ rising popularity (MIA-PaCa2, HPAF-II, and PANC1). With evidence being strongly presented when compared to commercially available anticancer agents poly(ADP ribose) polymerase (PARP) inhibitors, the data evaluated through such studies led to the proposed idea of these rare cyclic cannabinoids towards the treatment of pancreatic cancer due to the modest efficacy as single agent antineoplastics compared to common single agent antineoplastics on the market.
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