Advances in Serotonin Receptor Research - Molecular Biology, Signal Transduction and Therapeutics

Author(s): Graeme R. Martin (Editor); Richard M. Eglen (Editor); Daniel Hoyer (Editor); Mark W. Hamblin (Editor); Frank Yocca (Editor)

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This volume addresses a number of key issues concerning receptor function and control. Special attention is paid to the physiological relevance of information obtained from recombinant receptor-transducer systems, especially in terms of constitutive receptor activity and receptor-transducer pleiotropism. The book also covers genetic basis of disease diagnosis and treatment, the molecular basis of drug-and-receptor trafficking, the importance of receptor-receptor interactions in cell conditioning and the utility of mutagenesis studies and transgenics in drug discovery. This volume should provide insights into novel approaches to serotonin receptor-targeted therapeutics.

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General Fields

  • : 9781573311717
  • : New York Academy of Sciences
  • : 0.431
  • : December 1998
  • : --- length: - '9' width: - '6' units: - Inches
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : Graeme R. Martin (Editor); Richard M. Eglen (Editor); Daniel Hoyer (Editor); Mark W. Hamblin (Editor); Frank Yocca (Editor)
  • : Paperback
  • : 500 s 573.8/6419
  • : 297