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Structure des récepteurs mu et delta des opiacés : RECEPTEURS COUPLES AUX PROTEINES G = Structure of mu and delta opioid receptorsGRANIER, Sébastien.MS. Médecine sciences. 2012, Vol 28, Num 10, pp 870-875, issn 0767-0974, 6 p.Article

Single-channel observations on the mu-opioid receptorSMUDA, J. W; DE LEVIE, R.Biophysical journal. 1986, Vol 50, Num 4, pp 759-760, issn 0006-3495Article

Selective nonpeptide opioid antagonistsPORTOGHESE, P. S.Handbook of experimental pharmacology. 1993, Vol 104, pp 279-293, issn 0171-2004, 1Article

Affinity labeling of μ and κ receptors with naloxone benzoylhydrazoneSTANDIFER, K. M; MURTHY, L. R; KINOUCHI, K et al.Molecular pharmacology. 1991, Vol 39, Num 3, pp 290-298, issn 0026-895X, 9 p.Article

Postnatal development of multiple opioid receptors in rat brainKORNBLUM, H. I; HURLBUT, D. E; LESLIE, F. M et al.Brain research. 1987, Vol 37, Num 1-2, pp 21-41, issn 0006-8993Article

Purified opioid μ-receptor is of a different molecular size than δ- and κ-receptorsUEDA, H; HARADA, H; MISAWA, H et al.Neuroscience letters. 1987, Vol 75, Num 3, pp 339-344, issn 0304-3940Article

Recent developments in the design of receptor specific opioid peptidesHRUBY, V. J; GEHRIG, C. A.Medicinal research reviews (Print). 1989, Vol 9, Num 3, pp 343-401, issn 0198-6325Article

Opiate receptors: ligands and methods of studyOLLEY, J. E.Clinical and experimental pharmacology and physiology. 1989, Vol 16, Num 6, pp 535-538, issn 0305-1870Article

Guanine nucleotide and cation regulation of υ, δ, and κ opioid receptor binding: evidence for differential postnatal development in rat brainSZUCS, M; SPAIN, J. W; OETTING, G. M et al.Journal of neurochemistry. 1987, Vol 48, Num 4, pp 1165-1170, issn 0022-3042Article

Molecular mechanism of opioid receptor selectionSCHWYZER, R.Biochemistry (Easton). 1986, Vol 25, Num 20, pp 6335-6342, issn 0006-2960Article

Opioid receptor binding in rat spinal cordKRUMINS, S. A.Neurochemical research. 1987, Vol 12, Num 3, pp 231-235, issn 0364-3190Article

Ontogenetic studies on mu delta and Kappa opioid receptors in rat brainVOLTERRA, A; BRUNELLO, N; RESTANI, P et al.Pharmacological research communications. 1986, Vol 18, Num 10, pp 979-990, issn 0031-6989Article

Identification of a μ-δ opioid receptor heteromer-biased agonist with antinociceptive activityGOMES, Ivone; FUJITA, Wakako; GUPTA, Achla et al.Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 2013, Vol 110, Num 29, pp 12072-12077, issn 0027-8424, 6 p.Article

δ-opioid receptor subtypes and cross-talk with μ-receptorsTRAYNOR, J. R; ELLIOTT, J.Trends in pharmacological sciences (Regular ed.). 1993, Vol 14, Num 3, pp 84-86, issn 0165-6147Article

Molecular biology of kappa and delta opioid receptorsREISINE, T; KONG, H; YASUDA, K et al.Regulatory peptides. 1994, pp S5-S6, issn 0167-0115, SUP1Conference Paper

Phosphatidylinositol turnover in neuroblastoma cells: regulation by bradykinin, acetylcholine, but not μ- and δ-opioid receptorsYU, V. C; SADEE, W.Neuroscience letters. 1986, Vol 71, Num 2, pp 219-223, issn 0304-3940Article

K-Opioid receptors are differentially labeled by arylacetamides and benzomorphansRUSOVICI, Daniela E; NEGUS, S. Stevens; MELLO, Nancy K et al.European journal of pharmacology. 2004, Vol 485, Num 1-3, pp 119-125, issn 0014-2999, 7 p.Article

Probes for narcotic receptor mediated phenomena. XV: (3S,4S)-(+)-trans-3-methylfentanyl isothiocyanate, a potent site-directed acylating agent for the γ opioid receptors in vitroKIM, C.-H; ROTHMAN, R. B; JACOBSON, A. E et al.Journal of medicinal chemistry (Print). 1989, Vol 32, Num 6, pp 1392-1398, issn 0022-2623, 7 p.Article

Na+ modulation, inverse agonism, and anorectic potency of 4-phenylpiperidine opioid antagonistsEMMERSON, Paul J; MCKINZIE, Jamie H; SURFACE, Peggy L et al.European journal of pharmacology. 2004, Vol 494, Num 2-3, pp 121-130, issn 0014-2999, 10 p.Article

Discrete mapping of brain mu and delta opioid receptors using selective peptides: quantitative autoradiography, species differences and comparison with kappa receptorsSHARIF, N. A; HUGHES, J.Peptides (New York, NY. 1980). 1989, Vol 10, Num 3, pp 499-522, issn 0196-9781Article

Identification of multiple opiate receptors through neuroendocrine responses. I: Effects of agonistsPECHNICK, R; GEORGE, R; POLAND, R. E et al.The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics. 1985, Vol 232, Num 1, pp 163-169, issn 0022-3565Article

Characterization of opioid receptors in cultured neuronsVAYSSE, P. J.-J; ZUKIN, R. S; FIELDS, K. L et al.Journal of neurochemistry. 1990, Vol 55, Num 2, pp 624-631, issn 0022-3042, 8 p.Article

Magnetic fields differentially inhibit mu, delta, kappa and sigma opiate-induced analgesia in miceKAVALIERS, M; OSSENKOPP, K.-P.Peptides (New York, NY. 1980). 1986, Vol 7, Num 3, pp 449-453, issn 0196-9781Article

Dog cerebral cortex contains μ-, δ- and κ-opioid receptors at different densities: apparent lack of evidence for subtypes of the κ-receptor using selective radioligandsSHARIF, N. A; DURIE, E; MICHEL, A. D et al.Brain research. 1990, Vol 510, Num 1, pp 108-114, issn 0006-8993Article

Opioid Receptors and Their Ligands in the Musculoskeletal System and Relevance for Pain Control : Current Perspectives and Challenges in Design, Chemistry and Pharmacology of OpioidsSPETEA, Mariana.Current pharmaceutical design (Print). 2013, Vol 19, Num 42, pp 7382-7390, issn 1381-6128, 9 p.Article

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