Cloning of a Rat D2-Dopamine Receptor cDNA
Recent structural analyses have revealed that neurotransmitter receptors can be divided into two families: the G protein-coupled receptors and the ligand-gated ion channels (Stevens, 1987; Dohlman, 1987; Hall, 1987).
KeywordsCytoplasmic Loop Striatal Membrane Hydrophobic Stretch Spiperone Binding Guanine Nucleotide Regulatory Protein
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