2 edition of Receptor - receptor interactions found in the catalog.
Receptor - receptor interactions
Includes bibliographies and index.
|Statement||edited by Kjell Fuxe, Luigi F. Agnati.|
|Series||Wenner-Gren Center international symposium series -- v. 48|
|Contributions||Agnati, Luigi Francesco., Fuxe, Kjell., Wenner-Gren Center Symposium on Receptor-Receptor Interactions (1986 : Stockholm, Sweden)|
|LC Classifications||QH603.C43, QH603.C43 R418 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 561 p. :|
|Number of Pages||561|
INTERACTIONS This type of bond is weaker than covalent bond (-5 Kcal/mol). Also known as electrostatic interactions. At the same time, it is one of the most prevalent bonds in drug-receptor interaction. The drug molecule must have opposite charge compared to the ionized amino acids found in the receptor or enzyme. Drug-Receptor Theory -- 2. Seven Transmembrane Receptor Behavior -- 3. Human Recombinant Receptor Systems -- 4. Stimulus-Response Mechanisms -- 5. Drug Response Systems -- 6. Diffusion and Drug Concentration in Receptor Compartments -- 7. Statistical Assessment of Biological Significance from Data -- 8. Affinity -- 9. Efficacy --
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Receptors are macromolecules involved in chemical signaling between and within cells; they may be located on the cell surface membrane or within the cytoplasm (see table Some Types of Physiologic and Drug-Receptor Proteins).Activated receptors directly or indirectly regulate cellular biochemical processes (eg, ion conductance, protein phosphorylation, DNA transcription, enzymatic activity).
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Physical DA–NMDA Receptor Interactions. In addition to modulation of NMDAR function through activation of signal transduction cascades [47,48], recent studies have shown that physical interactions between these receptors allow cross-talk via receptor physical interactions between the C-terminal tails of D 1 receptors and either the NR1 or NR2A NMDAR subunit have been.
Start studying week 3: drugs and receptors - basis of interactions. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. We report the establishment and characterization of an ELISA-based assay for studying major and minor group RV–receptor interactions.
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Theories of drug-receptor interaction Occupation. The central dogma of receptor pharmacology is that a drug effect is directly proportional to the number of receptors that are occupied.
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John Newport Langley and Paul Ehrlich introduced the concept of a receptor that would mediate drug action at the beginning of the 20th century. Alfred Joseph Clark was the first to quantify drug-induced biological responses. 1) the interactions involved in drug-receptor complex are same forces experienced by all interacting organic molecule 2) except for covalent bonding, each of these other types of interactions is considered weak but they have an additive 3)In general, bonds formed between a drug and receptor are weak non-covalent interaction (effects are reversible).
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