G Cambois

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To understand how two structurally analogous ligand-receptor systems, the nociceptin/opioid receptor-like 1 (ORL1) and dynorphin A/kappa-opioid receptor 1 (KOR1) systems, achieve selectivity, receptor chimeras were generated and analyzed. Replacing discrete domains located between the N-terminus and top of the third transmembrane helix of the KOR1 by the(More)
The aim of the present study was to delineate the functional domains of nociceptin (noc), a neuropeptide which is structurally related to dynorphin A (dyn). The binding and biological potencies towards the nociceptin (ORL1) and dynorphin A (kappa-opioid) receptors of twenty dyn/noc and noc/dyn hybrid peptides were compared with those of the parent(More)
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