00 Hardcover QP552 Growing evidence suggests that G protein-coupled receptors interact with scaffolding, cytoskeletal, and signaling proteins and that these interactions play a role in the targeting, anchoring, and functioning of the receptors in the plasma membrane, thus contributing to cell development and plasticity.
What does GPR2 stand for?
GPR2 stands for G Protein-Coupled Receptor
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Takeda Pharmaceutical Company Limited (Osaka, Japan) has patented a useful and novel G protein-coupled receptor protein and DNA thereof.
1]R), a G protein-coupled receptor that regulates inflammation and vascular function.
9783527312849 Ligand design for G protein-coupled receptors.
[ILLUSTRATIONS OMITTED] Discussion ATP has a dual role as both an energy source for enzymatic reactions and as a first messenger for several classes of G protein-coupled receptors and ligand-gated ion channels.
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Among specific topics are the ligand screening of olfactory receptors, the analysis of the regulation of muscarinic acetylcholine receptors, and modeling G protein-coupled receptors for drug design.
The Scripps Research Institute (La Jolla, CA) has patented a G protein-coupled receptor that has an enlarged extracellular loop between the fourth and fifth transmembrane domains.