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Leffler , Agnes; Ahlstedt , Ingela; Engberg , Susanna; Svensson , Arne; Billger , Martin; Öberg , Lisa; Bjursell , Magnus; Lindström , Erik; Von Mentzer , Bengt (2009)
Publisher: Elsevier
Languages: English
Types: Article
Subjects: AA, Chemistry, NKB, NKA, Talnetant, NK-receptor sequences, Species difference, Aprepitant, NK-receptor function, NKR, FLIPR, Saredutant, TM, NK receptors, SP

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mesheuropmc: nervous system
International audience; Tachykinin NK receptors (NKR) differ to a large degree among species with respect to their affinities for small molecule antagonists. The aims of the present study were to clone NKRs from gerbil (NKR and NKR) and dog (NKR, NKR, NKR) in which the sequence was previously unknown and to investigate the potency of several NKR antagonists at all known human, dog, gerbil and rat NKRs.

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