Synthesis and Properties of Diazipine, a Novel Photoaffinity Probe for Calcium Channel-Linked Dihydropyridine Receptors
Photoaffinity labeling techniques using reagents with ligand structures have versatile roles in picking up and identifying receptor molecules of the ligands in crude preparations, and even in locating or identifying the binding sites of the ligands in the receptor molecules.
KeywordsCalcium Channel Wheat Germ Agglutinin Rabbit Skeletal Muscle Photoaffinity Label Dihydropyridine Receptor
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