A. A. Tuzhikova

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Quantitative RT-PCR was used to study the expression of genes for temperature-sensitive TRP (transient receptor potential) ion channels in the hypothalamus in control (kept for five weeks at +20 ± 22°C) and cold-adapted (five weeks at +4 ± 6°C) rats. We report the first observation of expression of the genes Trpv3 and Trpm8, evidencing the presence of TRPV3(More)
The gene expression of thermosensitive TRP (transient receptor potential) ion channels was studied by the method of quantitative reverse transcription-polymerase-chain-reaction (RT-PCR) in hypothalamus of control (normal) rats (5 weeks at the room temperature 20 +/- 22 degrees C) and rats adapted to cold (5 weeks at the room temperature 4 +/- 6 degrees C).(More)
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