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Key roles of hydrophobic rings of TM2 in gating of the α9α10 nicotinic cholinergic receptorPLAZAS, Paola V; DE ROSA, Maria J; GOMEZ-CASATI, Maria E et al.British journal of pharmacology. 2005, Vol 145, Num 7, pp 963-974, issn 0007-1188, 12 p.Article

Epigenetic regulation of nuclear steroid receptorsLEADER, Jennifer E; CHENGUANG WANG; MAOFU FU et al.Biochemical pharmacology. 2006, Vol 72, Num 11, pp 1589-1596, issn 0006-2952, 8 p.Article

Receptor protection studies comparing recombinant and native nicotinic receptors : Evidence for a subpopulation of mecamylamine-sensitive native α3β4* nicotinic receptorsBENJAMIN FREE, R; KASER, Daniel J; BOYD, R. Thomas et al.Neuroscience letters. 2006, Vol 392, Num 1-2, pp 135-139, issn 0304-3940, 5 p.Article

Nuclear Receptors and Female Reproduction : A Tale of 3 Scientists, Jensen, Gustafsson, and O'MalleyCHAUDHURI, Gautam.Reproductive sciences (Thousand Oaks, Calif.). 2008, Vol 15, Num 2, pp 110-120, issn 1933-7191, 11 p.Article

G-Protein-Coupled Receptor Heteromers as Key Players in the Molecular Architecture of the Central Nervous SystemBRUGAROLAS, Marc; NAVARRO, Gemma; MARTFNEZ-PINILLA, Eva et al.CNS neuroscience & therapeutics (Print). 2014, Vol 20, Num 8, pp 703-709, issn 1755-5930, 7 p.Article

HUMAN OLFACTORY EPITHELIAL CELLS GENERATED IN VITRO EXPRESS DIVERSE NEURONAL CHARACTERISTICSBORGMANN-WINTER, K. E; RAWSON, N. E; ADAMEK, G et al.Neuroscience. 2009, Vol 158, Num 2, pp 642-653, issn 0306-4522, 12 p.Article

Recent advances in receptor chemistry: proceedings/6th Camerino-Noordwijkerhout Symposium, Camerino, ITA, 6-10 September, 1987MELCHIORRE, C; GIANNELLA, M.Pharmacochemistry library. 1988, Vol 11, issn 0165-7208, VII-333 pConference Proceedings

Regulation of the cytosolic sulfotransferases by nuclear receptorsRUNGE-MORRIS, Melissa; KOCAREK, Thomas A; FALANY, Charles N et al.Drug metabolism reviews (Softcover ed.). 2013, Vol 45, Num 1, pp 15-33, issn 0360-2532, 19 p.Article

Overview of Muscarinic Receptor SubtypesEGLEN, Richard M.Handbook of experimental pharmacology. 2012, Vol 208, pp 3-28, issn 0171-2004, 26 p.Article

Disrupting specific PDZ domain-mediated interactions for therapeutic benefitHOUSLAY, Miles D.British journal of pharmacology. 2009, Vol 158, Num 2, pp 483-485, issn 0007-1188, 3 p.Article

Expression of the murine CB2 cannabinoid receptor using a recombinant Semliki Forest virusOLSON, John M; KENNEDY, Suzanne J; CABRAL, Guy A et al.Biochemical pharmacology. 2003, Vol 65, Num 12, pp 1931-1942, issn 0006-2952, 12 p.Article

Chronic nicotine treatment differentially modifies acute nicotine and alcohol actions on GABAA and glutamate receptors in hippocampal brain slicesPROCTOR, William R; DOBELIS, Peter; MORITZ, Anna T et al.British journal of pharmacology. 2011, Vol 162, Num 6, pp 1351-1363, issn 0007-1188, 13 p.Article

Glutamate and GABA receptor signalling in the developing brainLUJAN, R; SHIGEMOTO, R; LOPEZ-BENDITO, G et al.Neuroscience. 2005, Vol 130, Num 3, pp 567-580, issn 0306-4522, 14 p.Article

Lonotropic and metabotropic glutamate receptor structure and pharmacologyKEW, James N. C; KEMP, John A.Psychopharmacologia. 2005, Vol 179, Num 1, pp 4-29, issn 0033-3158, 26 p.Article

Physiology of the orexinergic/hypocretinergic system: a revisit in 2012KUKKONEN, Jyrki P.American journal of physiology. Cell physiology. 2013, Vol 73, Num 1, issn 0363-6143, C2-C32Article

Influence of the M3-M4 intracellular domain upon nicotinic acetylcholine receptor assembly, targeting and functionKRACUN, S; HARKNESS, P. C; GIBB, A. J et al.British journal of pharmacology. 2008, Vol 153, Num 7, pp 1474-1484, issn 0007-1188, 11 p.Article

Cross-talk between nuclear receptors and nuclear factor κBDE BOSSCHER, K; VANDEN BERGHE, W; HAEGEMAN, G et al.Oncogene (Basingstoke). 2006, Vol 25, Num 51, pp 6868-6886, issn 0950-9232, 19 p.Article

Pharmacology and Clinical Use of Sex Steroid Hormone Receptor ModulatorsCLEVE, A; FRITZEMEIER, K.-H; HAENDLER, B et al.Handbook of experimental pharmacology. 2012, Vol 214, pp 543-587, issn 0171-2004, 45 p.Article

The enhancement of dopamine D1 receptor desensitization by adenosine A1 receptor activationYAN CAO; XIE, Ke-Qiang; ZHU, Xing-Zu et al.European journal of pharmacology. 2007, Vol 562, Num 1-2, pp 34-38, issn 0014-2999, 5 p.Article

Different roles of adenosine A1, A2A and A3 receptors in controlling kainate-induced toxicity in cortical cultured neuronsREBOLA, Nelson; RODRIGUES, Ricardo J; OLIVEIRA, Catarina R et al.Neurochemistry international. 2005, Vol 47, Num 5, pp 317-325, issn 0197-0186, 9 p.Article

Functional NMDA receptors with atypical properties are expressed in podocytesANDERSON, Marc; JAE MI SUH; EUN YOUNG KIM et al.American journal of physiology. Cell physiology. 2011, Vol 69, Num 1, issn 0363-6143, C22-C32Article

Molecular biology of excitatory amino acid receptors: subtypes and subunitsBOCHET, P; ROSSIER, J.Experientia. Supplementum. 1993, Num 63, pp 224-233, issn 0071-335XArticle

The preclinical biology of a new potent and selective progestin: trimegestoneWINNEKER, Richard C; BITRAN, Daniel; ZHIMING ZHANG et al.Steroids. 2003, Vol 68, Num 10-13, pp 915-920, issn 0039-128X, 6 p.Conference Paper

The effects of C-terminal truncation of receptor activity modifying proteins on the induction of amylin receptor phenotype from human CTb receptorsUDAWELA, Madhara; CHRISTOPOULOS, George; MORFIS, Maria et al.Regulatory peptides. 2008, Vol 145, Num 1-3, pp 65-71, issn 0167-0115, 7 p.Conference Paper

Presynaptic modulation controlling neuronal excitability and epileptogenesis: Role of kainate, adenosine and neuropeptide Y receptorsMALVA, Joao O; SILVA, Ana P; CUNHA, Rodrigo A et al.Neurochemical research. 2003, Vol 28, Num 10, pp 1501-1515, issn 0364-3190, 15 p.Article

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