GABAReceptor Pharmacology: A Tribute to Norman Bowery by Thomas P. Blackburn (Eds.)

By Thomas P. Blackburn (Eds.)

This monograph was once assembled to honor Professor Norman Bowery and his paintings at the thirtieth anniversary of his discovery of the GABAB receptor. within the current quantity top neuroscientists from academia and supply a point of view of present study, either simple and translational within the discovery of substances performing at the GABAB receptor. Articles written by means of major investigators within the fieldInforms and updates on all of the newest advancements

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Deriu et al. (2005) succeeded to identify the minimal functional domain of the GABAB1b receptor, which still binds the competitive radioligand [125I]CGP71872 and leads to a functional, GABA-responding receptor when coexpressed with GABAB2. Mutant GABAB1b receptors, in O OH H N H CH3 OH OH O P H N O OH O 125 I H N H CH3 N OH O P OH OH NH FIGURE 9 H N 125 I CH3 OH O O H N OH O H N– [125I]CGP71872 O COOH P N+ H N N– N+ N H N [125I]CGP64213 125 I OH OH Structures of third generation GABAB receptor antagonists.

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