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In mouse periaqueductal gray matter (PAG) membranes, the mu-opioid receptor (MOR) coprecipitated the alpha-subunits of the Gi/o/z/q/11 proteins, the Gbeta1/2 subunits, and the regulator of G-protein(More)
In the CNS, the regulators of G-protein signaling (RGS) proteins belonging to the Rz subfamily, RGS19 (G(alpha) interacting protein (GAIP)) and RGS20 (Z1), control the activity of opioid agonists at(More)
The long isoform of the phosducin-like protein (PhLPl) is widely expressed in the brain and it is thought to influence G-protein signalling by regulating the activity of Gbetagamma dimers. We show(More)